Sussex Centre for Conflict and Security Research (SCSR)

Past Events

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Critical Genocide Studies: New Directions for an Interdisciplinary Field

Thursday 9 May from 8:45 until 18:15
Gallery Room 2, Conference Centre, Bramber House (3rd floor)
Sussex Centre for Conflict and Security Research events, Spring 2019

SCSR / CAIT Joint Workshop


Responsibility for Colonial Injustice

Wednesday 1 May from 17:00 until 19:00
Fulton B Lecture Theatre
CAIT Spring Term Programme 2019
Professor Catherine Lu McGill University

2018/19 Sussex International Theory Prize Lecture (Part II)


Building the Network: Using Assemblages to Understand the Intelligence Community through Socio-Material Relations

Tuesday 9 April from 13:00 until 14:00
Fulton 113
Sussex Centre for Conflict and Security Research events, Spring 2019
Rupert Culyer

SCSR Research Café


States of Cohabitation - In Need of, and Inspired by Queer Cultures of Conflict

Tuesday 19 March from 13:00 until 14:00
Arts C333
Sussex Centre for Conflict and Security Research events, Spring 2019
Antke Engel

All faculty and PhDs welcome for informal discussion and collaboration around issues of conflict and cohabitation.


Special Research Café Session Prep for the SCSR / Conflict Research Society Conference

Thursday 28 February from 13:00 until 14:00
Ashdown House AH-G4
SCSR Research Café
Judith Verweijen and Jan Selby

Please join us to share and discuss helpful tips and advice on putting together a paper proposal for the SCSR / Conflict Research Society conference.


Knowing about civilian harm in the war in Yemen

Tuesday 19 February from 13:00 until 14:00
Arts C333
SCSR Research Café
Anna Stavrianakis and Andrea Carboni

Please join us for our first research cafe event of the term, 19th February 1-2pm, Arts C333.


'Decolonising Intervention'

Tuesday 12 February from 16:00 until 18:00
Ashdown 101
Dr Meera Sabaratnam, SOAS

Dr Meera Sabaratnam will be talking about her book 'Decolonising Intervention'.


Book Launch: David Wearing (Royal Holloway) 'Anglo-Arabia: Why Gulf Wealth Matters to Britain’

Tuesday 11 December from 16:00 until 18:00
Fulton G15
Sussex Centre for Conflict and Security Research / Centre for Global Political Economy joint event

You are invited to attend this event for David Wearing from Royal Holloway, introducing his new book Anglo-Arabia: Why Gulf Wealth Matters to Britain.


'The data is gold, and we are the gold-diggers’: Race and new research practices in eastern DRC

Tuesday 27 November from 13:00 until 14:00
Arts C333
SCSR Research Cafes
Gauthier Marchais, IDS

Please join the Sussex Centre for Conflict and Security Research (SCSR) for our next Research Café event, which features Gauthier Marchais...


The Future of Famine

Monday 19 November from 17:30 until 19:00
Chowen Lecture Theatre, BSMS
SCSR Annual Lecture
Alex DeWaal

The nature of famines has shifted. What factors will determine the future of famine?


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