Advocacy and Activism - The advent of the Internet, an increased emphasis on globalism and the proliferation of network theory...
Collaborative Governance - Collaboration is an essential tool in an increasingly interconnected world. We examine how collaborative govern...
Environmental Collaboration and Conflicts - The rapid growth of industry and the intense competition for natural resources have brought...
International and Intra-state Conflicts - We strive to understand the transformation of largescale destructive conflicts involving...
Announcing the Seventh Annual E-PARCC Teaching Case and Simulation Competition- For Collaborative Public Management, Networks and Public Management, Collaborative Governance, and Collaborative Problem Solving. Cash prizes of $5,000 for best teaching case, best teaching simulation.
Robert Rubinstein, Professor of Anthropology and International Relations, spoke on “Culture, Interagency Dynamics, and Health in the Middle East,” in the Middle East Regional Forum Lecture Series at the Center for Regional Studies of the United States Naval Academy, 2 October 2014.
Carving Through Borders: Discrimination, Immigration, and Citizenship on Sept. 18th, the College of Visual and Performing Arts of Syracuse University along with the PARCC, presented an exhibition of banners, which examine the artistic expression of discrimination experienced by Mexicans and discuss the real tensions in American society and policy relating to immigration and citizenship. The banners were designed by Mexican activist artists and produced by SU students through the Steamroller project and are on display through October 8th in the Joseph A. Strasser Commons, on the second floor of Eggers Hall.
Kriesberg Fund Supports Constructive Approaches to Conflict. In honor of Louis Kriesberg's birthday, we invite PARCC supporters to give to the fund he established for teaching and research on constructively waged conflict. Lou is currently focused on a new book to be published by Oxford Univ. Press.
PARCC's "Conflict and Collaboration" blog is active this week, with new posts by Prof. Miriam Elman ( Time to Oust Hamas: A Response to Nathan Thrall and Thank You, Eliaz and Ali) and by Maxwell graduate students Timothy Rodriguez ( Israel’s Latest Assault on Gaza) and Imran Khalid ( A Call for Re-humanization of the Palestinian People).
Elman book published. PARCC faculty associate, Miriam Elman's new edited book Jerusalem: Conflict and Cooperation in a Contested City was published in May 2014.
Social and Solidarity Economy for Sustainable Development: Its Premises – and the Social Economy Basel Example of Practice . Isidor Wallimann has published an article in International Review of Sociology based on his Conversations in Conflict Studies presentation “Real Utopias: An Example of Contemporary Practice from Switzerland.”
New Teaching Simulation and Cases Published through E-PARCC. Three new award-winning teaching resources are available at E-PARCC.org, a collection of online cases and simulations designed for those who teach collaborative public management, networks, governance, and problem solving.
Labor Symposium Available on Video. If you missed our February 2014 event "'From Exclusion to Power': Labor Law and the Right to Organize Among Domestic and Farm Workers," you can watch video of the sessions on YouTube. Panel 1 discussed domestic workers, and Panel 2 focused on migrant farmworkers. This event was organized by PARCC's Labor Studies Working Group.
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In conjunction with the celebration of the 90th anniversary of the Maxwell School, PARCC held an art exhibition called Carving Through Borders: Discrimination, Immigration, and Citizenship on Thursday, September 18th.
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