PhD Course on Research Methods in Critical Security Studies

Course held by the Research School on Peace and Conflict

News

7 August 2013

The Research School on Peace and Conflict will in October hold a five-day PhD course on Research Methods in Critical Security Studies.

This five-day PhD course, held by the Researh School on Peace and Conflict, provides an introduction and overview to a range of research methods in critical security studies. Its aim is to provide tools and methods to students of critical security studies in support of clear research design and rigorous scholarly methods.

Coordinators and primary lecturers: J. Peter Burgess (PRIO) and Mark B. Salter (University of Ottawa).


Guest lecturers: Claudia Aradau (King's College, London); Thierry Balzacq (University of Namur, Belgium); Xymena Kurowska (Central European University); Maria Stern (University of Gothenburgh).

The Research School on Peace and Conflict offers advanced research training for the next generation of peace and conflict scholars by building on networks and expertise at the UiO, NTNU and PRIO.

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