20 Oct 2021
16:15  - 17:45

Ort:
Online or at the University of Basel

Organisator:
Departement of Social Sciences, Institute of Political Science

Kolloquium / Seminar, Workshop

Everyday Peace: How So-called Ordinary People Can Disrupt Violent Conflict

This event is part of the Peace Research Colloquium and takes place bi-weekly on Wednesdays

During the autumn semester, swisspeace, the Department of Social Sciences, and the Institute of Political Science are hosting a bi-weekly «peace research colloquium» from 4.15 - 5.45 pm open to all members of the University and all other interested parties. Every other week we will host a scholar to present findings from recent peace research, presenting recently published books and articles, and to discuss the state of the field.

This session:

20 October
Everyday Peace: How So-called Ordinary People Can Disrupt Violent Conflict

Speaker: Roger MacGinty, Durham University
Discussant: Adam Kochanski, swisspeace
Online

Upcoming program:

03 November
Incredible Commitments: How UN Peacekeeping Failures Shape Peace Processes

Speaker: Anjali Dayal, Fordham University, New York
Discussant: Dana Landau, swisspeace
Online

17 November
Transitional Justice in Process: Plans and Politics in Tunisia

Speaker: Mariam Salehi, Freie Universität Berlin
Discussant: Sahar Ammar, swisspeace
University of Basel, Bernoullistr. 14/16 Room 02.004

01 December
The Responsibility to Protect in Darfur: From Forgotten Conflict to Global Cause and Back

Speaker: David Lanz, swisspeace
Discussant: Tobias Hagmann, Roskilde University
University of Basel, Bernoullistr. 14/16 Room 02.004

15 December
When Peace Kills Politics: International Intervention and Unending Wars in the Sudans

Speaker: Sharath Srinivasan, University of Cambridge
Discussant: David Lanz, swisspeace
University of Basel, Bernoullistr. 14/16 Room 02.004


The sessions will take place partly online, and partly in person. To receive the link for online sessions, please register through the link below.


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