To be held at Swansea University on Thursday 25 April 2013.
The Economic and Social Research Council: Wales Doctoral Training Centre (Language-Based Area Studies Pathway) in collaboration with the Callaghan Centre for Power, Conflict and Empire will be organising a Workshop on “Inter-Cultural Violence”, Thursday 25 April 2013 for Swansea and Cardiff based PhD students at Swansea University (venue: 10:00 until 13:00: Vivian Tower, room 918 and 13:00 until 16:00: Margam Building, room 318). While the first workshop block will give a more general introduction to Concepts, Theories and Typologies of Inter-Cultural Violence (by Rob Bideleux) the subsequent workshop blocks will take a case study approach in studying inter-cultural violence. The workshop blocks will include a: A neo-Durkheimian approach to understanding cultures of violence: the case of Sierra Leone. (Dr Krijn Peters); ‘Peace at last in the Southern Philippines? The proposed Bangsamoro in Historical Context’. (Dr Gerard Clark); and Culture and Violence in Northern Ireland. (Dr C. McGrattan). The workshop will end with a session which will look specifically into The use of case studies in your research (Dr Krijn Peters)
- Swansea and Cardiff-based PhD students free (including tea/coffee and lunch)
- PhD students from other universities £20 (including tea/coffee and lunch)
All welcome – but please email Dr Krijn Peters – firstname.lastname@example.org – if you are interested in coming: spaces are limited and priority is given to ESRC-funded students
- Monday 22 April 2013 14.53 GMT
- Monday 22 April 2013 14.54 GMT
- RIAH, Swansea University