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On 2 May, Belén González, Post-doctoral Researcher, University of Mannheim, will hold a lecture on “The political consequences of wartime sexual violence: Evidence from a list experiment”. The Speaker Series lectures are open to the public. Most welcome!
Alumni Talks 2019
Welcome to this year's Alumni Talks, hosted by the DPCR Alumni Association!
This year we welcome Alberto Fernandez Gibaja and Martina Klimes, both alumnus from DPCR. The event will be moderated by Professor Isak Svensson.
After the talks, there will be finger food, wine and mingle.
On 16 May, Courtenay Conrad, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of California-Merced, will hold a lecture on “Monitoring via the courts: Judicial oversight and police violence in India”. The Speaker Series lectures are open to the public. Most welcome!
Coercion and its Effects: Evidence from the Israel-Palestine Conflict
This dissertation studies the efficacy and effects of coercive policies in the context of the Israel-Palestine conflict. The four composite essays investigate the impact of Israel’s practice of house demolition and construction of a separation barrier on Palestinians’ conflict preferences and use of violence, as well as the broader consequences of these policies for Palestinian communities.
On 5 June, Atsushi Tago, Professor of Political Science, Waseda University, will hold a lecture on “The power of denouncement in invisible crises”. The Speaker Series lectures are open to the public. Most welcome!