The department welcomes new PhD candidates
During the spring, five new PhD candidates have begun their doctoral studies at the department. They will be working on issues of key relevance for contemporary peace and conflict research, including the economics of peace and conflict, transboundary water cooperation and environmental negotiations. We welcome Eric Skoog, Stefan Döring, Charlotte Grech-Madin, Kyungmee Kim and Annkatrin Tritschoks to the department.
Roundtable on Nordic peace research
Professor Kristine Höglund and Associate Professor Isak Svensson participated in a roundtable on Nordic Peace Research, arranged at the 50th Anniversary Symposium for the journal Cooperation and Conflict in Lund on the 7th and 8th of May. The roundtable focused the trajectory of Nordic peace research, its aim and contribution, as well as the future for Nordic peace research.
More news from the Department
Regional Organizations in Focus in New York
Policy dialogue on peacekeeping and mediation
Introductory event of the International Centre for Water Cooperation
The department welcomes visiting guest from New Zeeland
UCDP presented at the Diplomatic Forum in Stockholm
DPCR Researchers on National Television
For more news, please see News Archive.
The Department now on Instagram!
Learn more about the Department and stay up to date on our current events by following our Instagram account! http://instagram.com/uppsalapcr
"Creating, Extending, and Validating Latent Variable Models of Human Rights and Repression"
28 May, 13.15-15.00 (Sal 2, Gamla Torget 3)
On 28 May, Christopher J. Fariss, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Penn State University, will hold a lecture on "Creating, Extending, and Validating Latent Variable Models of Human Rights and Repression". The Speaker Series lectures are open to the public. Most welcome!
For more information see the Speaker Series webpage.
Angela Muvumba Sellström defended her dissertation: "Stronger than Justice - Armed Group Impunity for Sexual Violence" on 17 January, in Auditoriet, Muesum Gustavianum. The opponent was Professor Chandra Lekha Sriram, University of East London.