2018 INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL IN COMPARATIVE CONFLICT STUDIES

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The Center for Comparative Conflict Studies (CFCCS) at the Faculty of Media and Communications (FMK), Singidunum University invites you to apply for the 9th International Summer School in Comparative Conflict Studies. The 2018 Summer School will take place at the Faculty of Media and Communications in Belgrade, from June 24 to July 1, 2018.

The Summer School in Comparative Conflict Studies is part of the Politics department at FMK and the MA program in Critical Political Studies. It provides a learning opportunity for students interested in the study and analysis of societies in and post-conflict. Interdisciplinary in its nature, drawing from the fields of Peace and Conflict Studies, History, Anthropology, Education, Law, Political Sciences and International Relations, the Summer School in Comparative Conflict Studies provides students with an interactive learning experience utilizing frontal lectures and class discussions focusing on comparative conflict analysis of different case studies.

Benefits

It provides a learning opportunity for students interested in the study and analysis of societies and post-conflict.

Interdisciplinary in its nature, drawing from the fields of Peace and Conflict Studies, History, Anthropology, Education, Law, Political Sciences and International Relations, it provides students with an interactive learning experience utilizing frontal lectures and class discussions focusing on comparative conflict analysis of different case studies.

Eligibilities

Courses are offered to graduate students, advanced undergraduate students, and professionals working in related fields.

All courses are in English.

Applicants can choose only one course from the list below:

Citizenship and Violence: From States to Streets

Rethinking Peace Education: The Work of Identity and Culture Conflict Ridden Societies

Migrants, Borders, Power(s): Contemporary Struggles, Moral Claims, and Regimes of (im)mobility

Religion and Conflict: The Balkans’ Explorations vs. Explorations of the Balkans

From Intervention to Non-Intervention: The Triumph of State Sovereignty over Human Rights?

Memory and Conflict: Remembering and Forgetting in Divided Societies

Eligible Regions: Open For All

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