Brownbag: Route causes of conflict: Trajectories of violent and nonviolent conflict intensification

Brownbag seminar with Isabel Bramsen

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Time: 30 January 2017 12:00-13:00
Place: PRIO, Hausmanns gate 3, Oslo

​The presentation takes point of departure in Bramsen's recently submitted PhD dissertation of the same name. Firstly, she will present a relational theorization of conflict and conflict intensity as distinct from violence and secondly, she will discuss the micro-dynamics of how and why violence emerged in the Arab Spring conflicts in Bahrain, Tunisia and Syria and how the conflicts took three different pathways.
Isabel Bramsen is a post-doc fellow at CRIC, Copenhagen University, and a visiting researcher at PRIO through the Research School on Peace and Conflict.

The seminar is organised in collaboration between the Research School and the research groups Peacebuilding, Conflict Patterns and Non-State Conflict Actors.    

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