Organization: School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, QUB
The School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics of Queen’s University Belfast opens a call for papers for the conference dedicated to new perspectives on non-state political violence. We welcome PhD and early-career researchers as well as experienced academics and practitioners from a broad range of backgrounds who are interested in innovative ways of researching and analysing non-state political violence. This includes the following areas:
1. New approaches to research non-state political violence
· theoretical frameworks and interdisciplinary approaches: philosophical, historical, anthropological, economic/PR, artistic/cultural, etc.;
· approaches to data collection and analysis
· ethical aspects of doing research on political violence
2. New trends in political violence
· historical heritage within the 21st century non-state political violence;
· modi operandi;
· terrorist financing and economic resources;
· propaganda and radicalisation
3. New responses to terrorism
· counter-terrorism strategies;
· intelligence and information-sharing;
· legislation and state security practices
· ethical side of counter-terrorism
Please submit your abstract (max. 500 words) and a short bio to email@example.com by July 15, 2019
Notifications of Acceptance by August 15, 2019
All submissions should be in English.
If you wish to organise a conference panel please email the conference organisers regarding the theme and panellists’ names. All panellists should submit individual abstracts before the deadline.
For more information, please, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Antonella Acinapura, Anna Kruglova, Dominik Hamm