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Surveying the Horizons of Peace, Conflict and Security Research

Wednesday 21 September 2022, 10.30AM to 17:00 PM

Speaker(s): Professor Nina Caspersen

10:30-11:00 Coffee, welcome and introduction to the YCCS

Co-Directors Prof Nina Caspersen and Prof Graeme Davies

11:00-12:30 Panel 1 – Thinking About Conflict and Security

Dr Sara de Jong (University of York) – Local Employed Civilians in (neo-)Imperial Wars: A Postcolonial Perspective

Dr Alex Hall (University of York) – Seaports and the Politics of Minor Security

Dr Margherita Belgioioso (University of Leeds) - Contentious Political Behaviours and Outcomes: A Rationalist Approach

Dr Kristen Harkness (University of St Andrews) - Creating Ethnic Stacking Data

Discussant: Prof Graeme Davies (University of York)

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-15:00 Panel 2 – Peacebuilding and Governing Peace after War

Dr Claire Smith (University of York) - From liberal to illiberal peacebuilding: Understanding conflict management and hybrid pathways to peace in Asia

Dr Ioana Cismas (University of York) - Generating Respect for Humanitarian Norms by Engaging the Inluencers

Dr Rebecca Tapscott (University of Edinburgh) - Studying the State Through Everyday Violence

Dr David Duriesmith (University of Sheffield) - The Politics of Masculinities in the Wake of Conflict

Discussant: Dr Gyda Sindre (University of York)

15:00-15:15 Tea/Coffee

15:15-16:45 Panel 3 – The Crisis in Ukraine

Dr Nick Ritchie (University of York) - Nuclear Weapons and Putin’s War

Dr Sara Van Gozen (University of York) - What Can Just War Theory Tell Us About the War in Ukraine (and What Can’t It)?

Dr Ellie Knott (LSE) – Approaching the Intersections of Identity and Citizenship from the Bottom Up in Crimea and Moldova

Dr Sophie Gueudet (University of York) – International Representation of Donetsk and Luhansk and their Transnational Solidarity Networks in the EU

Discussant: Prof Nina Caspersen (University of York)

16:45-17:00 Closing Remarks

Location: Berrick Saul Treehouse, University of York Main Campus

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