War & Institutional Change

War and Institutional Change centers the concept and practice of war preparation and war making and transnational war economies as a key aspect of investigating institutional change.

Affiliated Scholars:
Samer Abboud
Omar Dahi
Pete Moore

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Justice to Transcend Conflict: Video Report

A recording of the panel that launched The Syrian Center for Policy Research's Justice to Transcend Conflict Report

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Watching television while forcibly displaced: Syrian refugees as participant audiences

This article explores how Syrian refugees and internally displaced people are using social media to reshape interpretations of their own status through their engagement with quality TV texts that tackle the refugee crisis.

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Kurdish Movements Panel

The causes and consequences of Turkish invasion of northern Syria specifically on the future of Kurdish movements featuring Omar Dahi, Utku Balaban, Ahmet Tonak, and Zumray Kutlu. Hosted by Clare O'Brien.

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Indicative Resources

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UPCOMing Events & Programming

Book Panel February 18th: Inter-imperiality by Laura Doyle

February 19, 2021

Please join us for a panel to discuss "Inter-imperality: Vying Empires, Gendered Labor, and the Literary Arts of Alliance" with author Laura Doyle, Kate Bedford, & Scarlett Cornelissen & moderated by Mark Laffey.

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