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David Siroky is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Arizona State University, School of Politics and Global Studies, where he is a key member of the Center for Social Dynamics and Complexity. In addition, he is an associate researcher at the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict, the Melikian Center for Russian, the Eurasian and East European Studies, the Center for Jewish Studies and the Center for the Future of War. His research focuses on the roots of nationalism, particularly its secessionist form, and the causes and consequences of collective violence.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 19/11/2020

Despite violence being a major theme in the humanities and social sciences, and the subject of a great deal of research, these disciplines are much less likely to tackle the issues of exiting violence and violence prevention.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 21/07/2020

The journal Socio is launching a call for papers on the theme Social Uprisings: Destruction and Significant Experience of Violence. The dossier is co-ordinated by Pauline Hachette (Université de Paris 8) and Romain Huët (Université Rennes 2). Proposals for contribution (title, two page summary and bibliography) should reach Socio before 26 October 2020. Submitted articles will be due by 15 March 2021.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 15/07/2020

PAVE | Preventing and Addressing Violent Extremism through Community Resilience in the Balkans and MENA

The new EU research project PAVE (Preventing and Addressing Violent Extremism through Community Resilience in the Balkans and MENA) aims to tackle the global issue of radicalisation by examining its root causes and driving factors. Based on a comparative assessment of local communities with features of vulnerability or resilience to violent extremism across seven case study countries, the 13 international partner institutions will develop concrete policy proposals to inform citizens and stakeholders within and beyond the regions under study.

This session will tackle the study of social and historical transformations that law enforcement professions (armed forces, jurists, magistrates) have undergone in the past decades when met with conflictual situations caracterized by a high degree of uncertainty regarding the nature of the violences that emerge from them.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 25/02/2020

The new EU research project PAVE (Preventing and Addressing Violent Extremism through Community Resilience in the Balkans and MENA) aims to tackle the global issue of radicalisation by examining its root causes and driving factors. Based on a comparative assessment of local communities with features of vulnerability or resilience to violent extremism across seven case study countries, the 13 international partner institutions will develop concrete policy proposals to inform citizens and stakeholders within and beyond the regions under study.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 14/02/2020
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