Graduate Workshop on Conflict Dynamics at Nuffield College, University of Oxford

Aug 23, 2018   //   by Christine Krisch   //   General  //  Comments Off on Graduate Workshop on Conflict Dynamics at Nuffield College, University of Oxford

Jürgen Brandsch, Anna-Lena Hönig, Cosima Meyer, and Felix Olsowski are participating in the second “Graduate Workshop on Conflict Dynamics” held 24-25 September 2018 at Nuffield College, University of Oxford.

They are presenting the following papers:

Jürgen Brandsch: “Provoking ordinary people. The effects of terrorism on violent and non-violent collective action’ (co-authored with Andre Python)”

Anna-Lena Hönig: “What explains NGO cooperation in hybrid regimes best? Evidence from a local cooperation network in Kazakhstan”

Cosima Meyer: “Surviving the aftermath – Understanding how military and political experience affect post-war political leadership”

Felix Olsowski: “Enduring for Peace? Casualty Aversion of UN Peacekeeping Contributors”

The workshop is co-organized by Nicholas Barker (University of Oxford), Jürgen Brandsch (University of Mannheim), and Anna-Lena Hönig (University of Mannheim) with financial support from Nuffield College, the Changing Character of War Centre, and the Centre for International Studies (University of Oxford) as well as the Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence (University of St Andrews).