Category Archives: Research Centers on Violence

Newberry Graduate Scholar-in-Residence Program

The Newberry Library in Chicago is offering residencies for graduate students researching and writing their dissertations.¬† Graduate students receive a carrel and have access to the impressive rare book, pamphlet, manuscript and map collections of the Newberry Library. The Newberry … Continue reading

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ReligioWest Research Program

The ReligioWest research program, based at the European University Institute, pursues research on issues of religious pluralism, secularism, religion and the law, religion in the political sphere, and religious violence. The ReligioWest website indicates: “ReligioWest studies how different western states … Continue reading

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French Paleography Workshop

The 2014 French Paleography workshop will take place at the Meeter Center for Calvin Studies in Grand Rapids, Michigan, from June 16 through June 27, 2014. The workshop is co-sponsored by the Meeter Center and the Sixteenth Century Society and … Continue reading

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The Ethics of War

War is often perceived as completely unethical, yet the people who engage in warfare always have ethical systems and cultural frameworks that shape their military practices and individual behaviors. Classic texts on warfare from Thucydides to Clausewitz grapple with ethical … Continue reading

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Pre-doctoral Position in Policy Studies

Pre-Doctoral Research Fellowship Foreign Policy Program The¬†Foreign Policy Program at the Brookings Institution invites applications for the award of one or two full-time resident fellowships for policy-oriented doctoral research for the 2014-2015 academic year. The fellowships are designed for candidates … Continue reading

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Center for the Study of Religious Violence Launches

Welcome to the website of the Center for the Study of Religious Violence! The newly created Center for the Study of Religious Violence is launching a website to promote scholarly investigation of intersections of religion and violence in comparative historical … Continue reading

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