Nationalism, Religion and Violence Summer Seminar (Prague 2016)

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The Summer Seminar on Nationalism, Religion and Violence in Europe (2016), which is organized by the Charles University in Prague and International Hellenic University in Thessaloniki and supported by the LSEE and PRIO, is ready to launch its fourth year.

A key goal of the Summer Seminar, taking place in Prague from June 20 to July 1, 2016, is to contribute in a substantial way to the study of violence and to catalyze the growth of the study of violence as a field. It is led by international researchers from universities and institutions with excellent reputation such as USHMM, Sciences Po, New York University, Georgetown University, University of Edinburgh, University of Montreal, and University of Sydney, targeting students and graduates of Political Science, History, Anthropology, International Relations, International Law, Journalism and other related disciplines. The course can be taken by both undergraduate and (post-) graduate students.

The successful previous seminars Nationalism, Religion and Violence in SE Europe in Thessaloniki in 2013 and 2015 and Nationalism, Religion and Violence in Europe in Prague in 2014 will enable the University to continue educating intellectual elites in the region and globally as well as stimulating intercultural understanding.

For more details please see the attachment and visit the website of the Nationalism, Religion and Violence Summer Seminar: http://nrvsschool.fsv.cuni.cz/.

If anyone has any questions about the summer seminar, please email nrvsschool@fsv.cuni.cz.
You can also check the Facebook page for current information, news and updates.

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