Please join us on May 3rd for our FINAL SPC workshop meeting of the year. The meeting will be at noon in Perkins 217. A light lunch will be served! Click here for a copy of the paper.
Predatory theories of state formation assume that wars increase a state's extractive capacity. Yet the [...]
Please join us Friday, April 27th at 2pm in Breedlove, Perkins for a talk by Northwestern University’s Anne Sartori. Below is the abstract of Anne’s paper which will circulate the department a few days before the talk (or email Cassyld@gmail.com to request a copy).
Please join us on April 20th at 2pm in Breedlove, Perkins for a talk by Professor Matthew Baum of Harvard University. Below is an abstract of the paper which you can also read here.
Please join us for a talk by Associate Professor at the University of Rochester, Bethany Lacina. The talk will be in Breedlove at 2pm Friday, March 16th.
Cross-national studies of when governments accommodate or deter potential militants face the problem of specifying all grievances that could inspire violence. I use a [...]
Please join us this week on Friday in Breedlove (Perkins 217) at 1pm for a special version of SPC workshop. This week we will have our four third year Ph.D. candidates presenting papers that will be the basis for their oral exam.The presenters are: Andrew Bell, ”The Role of Military Culture in Civilian Victimization during [...]
Please join us for a presentation by Kyle Beardsley, Emory University on November 18, 2011 in Breedlove, Perkins.
Abstract: This paper considers three hurdles that impede the UN Security Council from translating its actions during armed into more durable peace afterconflict. First, when the UN takes resolute action it can impede the ability for the [...]
On September 23rd Visiting Professor Arzu Kibris will be presenting: ”Terrorism, Elections, and Ethnicity”. The talk will be held at 2pm in Breedlove, Perkins. Below you will find the abstract of her paper. Hope to see you there!
On September 16th Professor Zaryab Iqbal from Penn State will be presenting: ”Violent Conflict, Public Spending, and Population Health". The talk will be held at 2pm in Breedlove, Perkins. Below you will find the abstract of her paper. Hope to see you there!
Abstract: It is well-established that militarized conflict degrades population health both in the [...]