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

Christian Gläßel , Anna-Lena Hönig,  Cosima Meyer, Katrin Paula, and Julia Semmelbeck are participating in the “Graduate Workshop on Conflict Dynamics” held 20-21 September 2017 at Nuffield College, University of Oxford.

They will present the following papers:

  • Christian Gläßel: “Your Behavior Drives Me Mad: How (Non)Violent Opposition Tactics Trigger Military Coups in Counterinsurgency Wars” (co-authored with Adam Scharpf and Belén González)
  • Anna-Lena Hönig: “Cooperation and protest: Explaining the intensity of resistance events with networked interaction”
  • Cosima Meyer: “Shades of Post-War Stability: When Rebels Challenge the Regime’s Legitimacy”
  • Katrin Paula: “Sometimes less is more: Media censorship, news falsification, and dissatisfaction in 1989 East Germany” (co-authored with Christian Gläßel)
  • Julia Semmelbeck: “Exploring the Crime-Terror Nexus”

The workshop is co-organized by Nicholas Barker (University of Oxford), Juergen Brandsch (University of St Andrews) 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).