The purpose of this workshop is to explore how knowledge relating to ethnic and/or national conflict and its regulation is produced. Abstracts are welcome on any aspect of knowledge production in conflict-affected regions. Selected participants will be invited to a two-day workshop on this theme at the Exeter Centre for Ethno-Political Studies (EXCEPS) at the University of Exeter in June 2012. As the workshop seeks to examine knowledge production both within and beyond academia, abstracts focusing on non-academic sites of knowledge production by either academics and/or practitioners are also welcome.
Participantsí travel and accommodation will be paid for by the workshop organizers. Please note that drafts of papers should be circulated to fellow participants six weeks before the workshop in order to generate substantive discussion and feedback during the workshop. Final drafts will be expected three months from the workshop. The final drafts will be published as an edited volume.
Interested participants should send abstracts of 700-1,000 words to Mary-Alice C. Clancy at M.A.C.Clancy@exeter.ac.uk by 2 February 2012. Successful applicants will be notified by 14 February 2012. Further information can be found on the EXCEPS website
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