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    • Jan
      22

      Dehumanization is often identified as a core component of violent intergroup conflict; some have argued it is even a necessary factor.  But what exactly is dehumanization, and what evidence do we have for its unique effects on behavior?  This talk by Leonard Scott Newman, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology is part of the PARCC Conversations in Conflict Studies series. 

      Sponsored by PARCC.

      Please contact Roxanne Tupper at 315-443-2367 or rmtupper@syr.edu for more information.  

      400 A Eggers

    • Jan
      23

      Meet and Greet for Faculty Interested in Environmental Issues, hosted by PARCC's Environmental Conflicts and Collaborations group.  This meeting is to facilitate networking and collaboration among faculty at Maxwell and ESF active or interested in doing research on environmental conflicts and collaborations.  Lunch will be provided.

      Sponsored by PARCC.  For more information contact, Roxanne Tupper, rmtupper@syr.edu, 315-443-2367.  

      400 A Eggers

    • Feb
      05

      'Conflict and Collaboration in Conservation: Lessons from New York and Fiji' presented by Joshua Drew, Assistant Professor, SUNY ESF.  This talk is part of the PARCC Conversations in Conflict Studies Speaker Series.  Sponsored by PARCC.  For more information, contact Roxanne Tupper at rmtupper@syr.edu or at 315-443-2367.  

      400 A Eggers

    • Feb
      28

      'Applying Data Science to Foreign Policy Decisions' presented by Matthew Steinhelfer, Acting Deputy Assistant, Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations, part of the PARCC Conversations in Conflict Studies Speaker Series.  Sponsored by PARCC.  For more information contact Roxanne Tupper, 315-443-2367, rmtupper@syr.edu.

      400 A Eggers

    • Mar
      25

      'Indonesia's Transmigration Program' presented by Alex Rothenberg, Assistant Professor, Economics.  Part of the PARCC Conversations in Conflict Studies Speaker Series.  Sponsored by PARCC.  For more information, contact Roxanne Tupper at rmtupper@syr.edu or at 315-443-2367.  

      400A Eggers

  • Conversations in Conflict Studies

    Conversations in Conflict Studies is a weekly educational speaker series for students, faculty, and the community.   The series, sponsored by PARCC, draws its speakers from Syracuse University faculty, national and international scholars and activists, and PhD students. Pizza is served. Follow us on Twitter @PARCCatMaxwell, tweet #ConvoInConflict.