8th Eurasian Peace Science Conference
We invite the submission of proposals for individual papers and organized panels/roundtables for the 8th Eurasian Peace Science Conference, which will take place on January 14-15, 2019, at the Mount Scopus campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Jerusalem, Israel. The Conference will be hosted by The Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations, The Israeli Association for International Studies and The Harry S. Truman Research Institute for The Advancement of Peace.
The conference’s goals are to broaden cooperation and intellectual dialogue amongst Eurasian and Middle Eastern peace science scholars, to encourage the fruitful interaction with the worldwide peace science community, and to bring together the most updated and relevant research on conflict and peace-related topics from throughout the entire world.
We welcome proposals for both organized panels/roundtables, individual papers, as well as proposals related to this year's theme "Peace Science in Contested Spaces". All aspects of the peace science discipline are welcome, including in particular: (a) empirical studies of political violence and peaceful resolution; (b) quantitative and formal analyses of conflict and peace processes; (c) peace science methodology and theory; (d) alliances, investment, trade, and conflict; (e) economic and political causes of international and domestic violence, encompassing war, ethnic conflict, terrorism, and criminal activity; (f) contemporary regional conflicts, particularly in Eurasia and the Middle East; (g) security and foreign policy; and (h) conflict analysis, management, and resolution.