Seminars / Reading Group
PACS Seminar Series
This fall, the seminar will meet online from 11:25 AM-12:40 PM on Thursdays. Authors will join us for a discussion of their works and will deliver a formal talk followed by a Q&A. There will be a pre-circulated reading, which will be sent to participants upon registration. The authors and readings for this term will focus on gender and the security sector.
The full schedule for the Fall 2021 Seminar Series is available for download here.
Presented by the Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies and the Gender and Security Sector Lab.
September 16 Anjali Dayal, Incredible Commitments: How UN Peacekeeping Failures Shape Peace Processes (Cambridge University Press, 2021).
September 23 Chiara Ruffa, “Gender, Socialization, and Norms of Restraint: Findings from the US Military Academy at West Point,” working paper.
Registration link: https://cornell.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcldemgrT4uEt214k4Uvr4lVsqNR5CeLSzF
September 30 Sarah Brayne, Predict and Surveil: Data, Discretion, and the Future of Policing (Oxford Scholarship Online, 2020).
Registration link: https://cornell.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcvcuGpqD0vHtWTnAcn5kVjNjA0PnxYMbae
October 07 Jonathan Mummolo, “The role of officer race and gender in police-civilian interactions in Chicago,” Science 371, 6530 (2021): 696–702.
October 14 GSS Lab Fellows, Current Research from the Gender and Security Sector Lab
October 21 Rachel Wahl, “Should we talk to the police? The relationship between dialogue and activism in police reform,” based on article published in Polity, vol 49, no 4 (2017): 489–517.
October 28 Madhav Joshi, “Actors, Time and Space in Peace Implementation Process: A New Research Agenda.”
November 04 Kristine Eck, “Policing Armed Conflict,” working paper.
November 11 Erica de Bruin, How to Prevent Coups d'Etat (Cornell University Press, 2020).
November 18 Lindsay Cohn, “The Domestic Use of Federal Force and Civil-Military Relations in the Post-Reconstruction U.S., 1877-1921” from forthcoming book Posse: Domestic Use of Federal Forces and U.S. Civil-Military Relations.
Peace and Conflict Studies involves a wide range of scholarly topics. For a broader sense of what interests researchers and graduate trainees at the Reppy Institute, a list of previous seminar topics is shared below.
This seminar series was organized as a reading group. We met met online from 11:25 AM-12:40 PM on Thursdays. Authors joined us for a discussion of their works, but did not deliver formal talks; instead, we spend most of our time discussing pre-circulated reading.
The authors and readings for this term focused on four key issues: authoritarianism, racism, gender, and cybersecurity.
The full schedule for the Spring 2021 Reading Group Series is available here.