Violence: An international journal is launching a call for papers on the theme "Where are we in the study of war?". This theme section will be coordinated by Michel WIEVIORKA (EHESS) and Scott STRAUS (University of California, Berkeley).
The School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS) and the Fondation Maison des sciences de l'homme (FMSH) are happy to invite you to the launch of the international network of researchers facing extreme violence.
The RICEVE program, an international network of researchers facing extreme violence, intends to study the way in which researchers, whether they are historians, sociologists, anthropologists, political scientists, jurists, etc. can face violence and atrocities such as crimes, genocides, tortures, war rapes, executions, etc. on their work fields. RICEVE is dedicated to analyzing and problematizing the indirect effects of extreme violence on the subjects who study them.
Danilo Šarenac is a senior researcher employed at the Institute for Contemporary History in Belgrade. His main field of study is cultural history of the First World War. He also studies history of banditry in the Balkans as well as culture of memory. He has contributed articles to several international volumes about the Great War.
Title: The Artillery Myth: How did the Serbian Public get it Wrong? French Military Assistance to Serbia in 1914