The Workshop on Conflict (WoC) provides an opportunity for faculty and graduate students at Michigan State University to exchange ideas about academic research on global conflict and cooperation. Both MSU faculty and graduate students are invited to present their works-in-progress at the workshop. Several times a year, faculty from other universities also visit our department to present their research. The workshop aims to meet twice monthly.
Talks will take place at South Kedzie Hall, Rm 104.
|Midwest Peace and Conflict Conference||Program||February 2/7 - 2/8|
|Beth Simmons, University of Pennsylvania||Border Orientation in a Globalizing World: Concept and Measurement||March 1|
|Jieun Lee||TBD||May 3|
|Olga Chyzh, Iowa State University||Spend ’Em If You Got ’Em: The Timing of Terrorist Attacks as a Function of Funding Consistency||September 21, 2018 10:30 am|
|Aila Matanock, University of California, Berkeley||Untouchable Forces: Restoring Trust in Security in Weak States?||September 28, 2018 10:30 am|
|Ragnhild Nordas, University of Michigan||Differences in degree or differences in kind? Re-conceptualizing State Repression||October 19, 2018 10:00 am|
|Cassy Dorff, University of New Mexico||Rewriting Violence: Media Bias and the Targeting of Journalists in Mexico’s Criminal Conflict||October 26, 2018 10:00 am|