[Uwhistory] Presentation - Monica Toft,
"Peace through Security: The Durable Settlement of Civil Wars" (fwd)
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Thu May 3 08:10:28 PDT 2007
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From: Jeffrey Wolf <jeffwolf at u.washington.edu>
To: Jeffrey Wolf <jeffwolf at u.washington.edu>
Subject: Presentation - Monica Toft,
"Peace through Security: The Durable Settlement of Civil Wars"
The Center for International Studies, Jackson School of International
Studies; the University of Washington Institute for National Security
Education and Research (INSER); and the University of Washington
International Security Colloquium (UWISC) present:
Monica Toft, Peace through Security: The Durable Settlement of Civil Wars.
Time and Place: Friday, May 11, in Gowen Hall 1A, at 12:00 - 1:30.
Discussant: Stephan Hamberg, PhD student, UW.
Monica Toft is Associate Professor at the Kennedy School of Government,
and Assistant Director of the John M. Olin Institute for Strategic
Studies, at Harvard University. She has authored The Geography of Ethnic
Violence: Identity, Interests and the Indivisibility of Territory
(Princeton University Press, 2003) and is the co-editor of The Fog of
Peace and War Planning: Military and Strategic Planning Under Uncertainty
(Routledge Press, 2006). Her articles include "Getting Religion? The
Puzzling Case of Islam and Civil War" (International Security, 2007) and
"Issue Indivisibility and Time Horizons as Rationalist Explanations for
War" (Security Studies, 2006).
For more information, please contact Jeff Wolf
(jeffwolf at u.washington.edu).
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