Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies seminars

The Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies holds a weekly seminar series, sponsored by the Honeyman Trust. The talks are held on Wednesday afternoons at 5pm in the Arts Lecture Theatre within the Arts Building. 

Attendance at these seminars is compulsory for Middle East, Caucasus and Central Asian Security Studies MLitt students.

Candlemas Semester, 2019/2020

25 September Oliver Kaplan Resisting War: How communities protect themselves University of Denver
09 October Tarja Vayrynen Corporeal Peacebuilding: Bodies and transitions Tampere University Finland

Archive of previous seminars

Semester 2, 2018/2019

27th February Cedric de Coning, Catherine Jones, Norrie MacQueen, Mateja Peter Roundtable, 'United Nations peace operations in a changing global order' NUPI/ACCORD
13th March Tom Rodwell Elite bargains and political deals UK Government Stabilisation Unit
10th April Christine Cheng Extralegal groups in post-conflict Liberia: How trade makes the modern state King’s College London
24th April Richard Caplan Book launch, 'Measuring peace: Principles, practices and politics' University of Oxford

Semester 1, 2018/2019

10th October Prof Roger Mac Ginty From the hyper-local to the international: How can IR accommodate the local and the everyday? University of Manchester
17th October Dr Matt Waldman Strategic Empathy Centre for Empathy in International Affairs
31st October Prof Oliver Richmond The Post-Liberal Peace University of Manchester
07th November Dr Marsha Henry Seminar London School of Economics