Below, we have listed announcments, news, and events related to the Peace, Conflict, and Security Program at CU Boulder.

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January 30: Northern Ireland Global Seminar Info Session

For complete details, visit the webpage for this program. Spend Maymester 2018 exploring the history and beauty of Northern Ireland. Immerse yourself in a post-conflict society and learn cutting-edge approaches to peacebuilding from experts on the ground. Plus, visit sites like the ancient Giant’s Causeway, Titanic Museum, and Game of... Read more »
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November 9: Interest Meeting for Global Seminar: Northern Ireland

Spend Maymester 2018 exploring the history and beauty of Northern Ireland on the Peace & Conflict in Northern Ireland global seminar with PACS Core Instructor, Dr. Alison Castel. There will be an interest meeting on Thursday, Nov. 9th from 5:15 - 6:15 PM , in C4C N215 (ground floor). Immerse... Read more »
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November 1: Beyond #Protest

Beyond #Protest brings together three panelists to discuss the civic discourse caused by recent protests from Charlottesville to kneeling during sporting events, the factors that cause them, the facilitators that spread them and the effectiveness behind these movements. Wednesday, November 1st, 2017 Noon-1:15pm Old Main Chapel, CU Boulder Free and... Read more »

October 6: Legitimacy and Security Policy Talk

Izaak Taylor, “'Legitimacy and Security Policy” Friday, Oct. 6, 12:00 – 1:00 Hellems 269 Students are invited to join this talk on campus! Izaak Taylor is a CU Scholar in Residence this year at the Center for Western Civilization, Thought, and Policy. Many political philosophers believe that, in order for... Read more »
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October 10: CU in DC Info Night

CU in DC Info Night Date: Tuesday October 10th Time: 5:30 PM Where: UMC 247 Come get your questions answered, hear testimonials from past students, and learn about the application process, the internship search, and what life in Washington, D.C. is like! Click here to visit the CU in DC... Read more »
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September 22: Paramilitary Politics in Colombia

Please join us for a talk by Dr. Winifred Tate (Department of Anthropology, Colby College) Paramilitary Politics in Colombia Friday, September 22nd 4:00 - 5:15 p.m. Hale 230 “The judgment of history will recognize the goodness and nobility of our cause,” indicted drug trafficker and paramilitary leader Salvatore Mancuso told... Read more »
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September 29: Soldiers & Kings - Photoethnographic Practice in the Context of Smuggling Across Mexico

Dr. Jason De León Soldiers & Kings: Photoethnographic Practice in the Context of Smuggling Across Mexico Hale 230, 4:30pm Friday, September 29 Since 2015, De León has been involved in an analog photoethnographic project focused on documenting the lives of Honduran smugglers who profit from transporting undocumented migrants across Mexico... Read more »

Research Opportunity: Project to Oppose Global Murder of Activists and Journalists

To address the horrific upsurge in killings of activists worldwide (for example, Wayne Lotter, the anti-poaching leader in Africa, was ambushed and killed ), Arden Buck wants to research the patterns of killings and put together a guide for avoiding being assassinated, to be used by environmental and human... Read more »
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September 22: New Perspectives on North Korea - Building the Socialist Future in the Cold War Era

CAS Event Friday, September 22, 2017 4:00-6:00 p.m., ATLAS 102 This colloquium will feature academic talks by two scholars on North Korea, illuminating new perspectives on North Korean gender relations and youth literature. Suzy Kim (Rutgers University) and Dafna Zur (Stanford University) are two of the very few humanities scholars... Read more »
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September 19: Charlottesville in Historical Perspective, A Faculty-Led Panel

September 19, 2017, 5:00-7:00PM Duane Physics G1B20 Featuring short presentations by three faculty members: Barbara Demmig-Adams, Ralph Mann, and Alphonse Keasley. All three have personal experiences involving Nazism, the KKK, and/or white supremacy. One of the speakers in particular will be discussing her childhood experiences as the daughter of a... Read more »