The Castleberry Peace Institute is pleased to announce we have several research talks scheduled this spring. First, on February 13 at 2:00 pm in Wooten 113, Professor Mike Findley of UT-Austin will be here to speak on "The Coevolution of War and Peace". Professor Findley is an expert on civil wars, terrorism, and international development and uses a variety of methods including field experiments, statistical and computational models, geospatial analysis, and interviews.
On February 28, Professor Caroline Hartzell from Gettysburg College will speak on "Can Civil War Settlements Help Build Political Trust? Evidence from Mindanao" at 2:00 pm in Wooten 221. Professor Hartrzell is a well-known expert on wars and peace agreements, and especially the sustainability of peace after war. Professor Hartzell is also currently editor-in-chief of Conflict Management and Peace Science.
Professor Ana Arjona of Northwestern University and expert on Colombian politics will be visiting on April 25. More details forthcoming.
Finally, one of our PhD students, Makito Takei will be presenting his research, "Unpacking Internationalized Internal Conflict: An Exploratory Study", as part of the Castleberry Peace Institute Human Security Research Workshop Series. The presentation will be Tuesday, March 5 at 2:00 pm in Wooten in a room to be named later.