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Peace & Conflict Studies Blog

Month: May 2013

  • Transforming Ethnopolitical Conflict course aligns with visiting mural artist residency

    Drop-add has begun, and spots are available in Professor Lee Smithey’s course, Transforming Intractable Conflict (SOCI 025B).¬† This course is registered in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology but can also be counted toward a minor in Peace and Conflict Studies. How can long-term deadly conflicts between groups with opposing ethnic identities change in ways…

  • Program Lunch and Celebrating Seniors

    The rain that was predicted during our end-of-year lunch yesterday did not materialize, and we enjoyed a beautiful ¬†lunch on the front lawn of the Lang Center for Civic and Social Responsibility. As always, it was wonderful to catch up with one another. We also took the opportunity to congratulate and say farewell to our…

  • Peace and Conflict Studies luncheon to celebrate the end of the academic year

    You are invited to a special Peace and Conflict Studies program luncheon to celebrate the end of the academic year and congratulate our 2013 Special Majors and Minors! Our end-of-the-year event provides an important opportunity for us to relax together, catchup, and get to know others in the program. Tuesday, May 7, 2013 12:00 Noon…