ViEWS brownbag series
Welcome to brownbag seminars hosted by the Views program at the Department of Peace and Conflict Research. The seminars are held at 12.00-13.00 at the Department. The presentations are classical 'brownbags' with a 10-20 minute presentation and subsequent discussion. The seminars are open for everyone to attend.
- 15 January: José Antonio Ballesteros Figueroa, PhD Candidate, University of Edinburgh: The daily, and uncertain, forecasting of the future: An STS approach to the production of environmental forecasting tools.
- 12 February: Caroline Brandt, PhD Candidate in Political Science, University of California, Berkeley: Rebel group participation in government counterinsurgency campaigns.
- 27 February: Nils Metternich, Associate Professor in International Relations at the School of Public Policy and ViEWS Research Associate: Predicting the severity of civil wars: An actor-centric approach.
- 17 May: Yuri M. Zhukov, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Faculty Associate, Center for Political Studies, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan: Fighting for Tyranny: The Great Terror and Soviet military performance in WWII (Co-authors: Arturas Rozenas, Assistant Professor of Politics, Arts & Science, New York University and Roya Talibova, Ph.D. Candidate in the Departments of Political Science and Scientific Computing (MICDE), University of Michigan.
- 4 June: Nils-Christian Bormann, Lecturer in the Department of Politics at the University of Exeter: Predicting the right conflict? Conceptualizing actors in quantitative research.