Browsing articles from "April, 2015"

Anita Gohdes speaking at re:publica 15

Apr 28, 2015   //   by Adam   //   General  //  Comments Off on Anita Gohdes speaking at re:publica 15

Dr. Anita Gohdes will be speaking at the upcoming re:publica 15, one of the largest conferences about digital culture in the world, 5th-7th of May in Berlin.
Anita will be giving a talk titled: “Pics or it didn’t happen – how does social media access affect what we know about killings in the Syrian conflict?”.
She will also be participating in a panel on cybersecurity.

Adam Scharpf teaching course on visualizing statistical results

Apr 23, 2015   //   by Adam   //   General  //  Comments Off on Adam Scharpf teaching course on visualizing statistical results

Adam Scharpf will teach a course on visualizing data and statistical results in Stata, 24 April – 09 May, 2015. The course is taught in cooperation with the Zentrum für Schlüsselqualifikationen at the University of Mannheim.

Secretary’s office will be closed on Monday, 4th May 2015

Apr 16, 2015   //   by Adam   //   General  //  Comments Off on Secretary’s office will be closed on Monday, 4th May 2015

The secretary’s office will be closed on Monday, 4th of May 2015.

New publication by Anita Gohdes

Apr 16, 2015   //   by Adam   //   General  //  Comments Off on New publication by Anita Gohdes

Megan Price, Anita Gohdes and Patrick Ball (2015). “Documents of war: Understanding the Syrian conflict.” Significance. Volume 12, Issue 2, pages 14–19. DOI: 10.1111/j.1740-9713.2015.00811.x

Anita Gohdes presenting at the New Faces in Political Methodology Conference

Apr 14, 2015   //   by Adam   //   General  //  Comments Off on Anita Gohdes presenting at the New Faces in Political Methodology Conference

Dr. Anita Gohdes has been invited to present her research at the New Faces in Political Methodology Conference, hosted by the Quantitative Social Science Initiative at Penn State University, 25. April 2015. Anita will be presenting a paper titled “Information, Connectivity and Strategic State Repression.”

New publication by Sabine Carey

Apr 13, 2015   //   by Adam   //   General  //  Comments Off on New publication by Sabine Carey

The paper “Governments, Informal Links to Militias, and Accountability” by Sabine Carey, Michael Colaresi and Neil Mitchell has been published in a special issue on militia groups in the Journal of Conflict Resolution. You can access the article here. An ungated version of the paper is available here.

Read more about the Pro-Government Militia Project.

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