Our goals are to advance interdisciplinary knowledge for students, scholars, and practitioners on the relationship between peace and warfare at local, national, and global levels. Its primary mission is to advance scholarship and deliberation on war, broadly defined, and its mitigation.
For more information about the Peace and War Center check out an interview with Director Travis Morris.
“Al Queda hostage in Syria and Islamic radical expert talks about his time in captivity”
Theo Padnos: September 26th, 3:30-6:00 pm, Multi-Purpose Room in the Library
“Crisis Management: Libya’s Impact on Department of State Policy in the Sahel”
Renee Ragin: October 16th, Time TBD, Chaplin Gallery
Student Debate: October 24th, 16:15 – 17:15, Cabot 085
Moderated by Sarwar Kashmeri. The debate will be aired on WNUB 88.3 and Facebook live.