Jesse Driscoll, Paul D'Anieri, Jess Peake and Branislav Slantchev
Empirical Studies of Conflict 2022 Annual Meeting
October 14-15, 2022
The Empirical Studies of Conflict (ESOC) 2022 Annual Meeting brings together scholars of political violence, conflict, comparative politics, and international relations to explore a range of topics, including: policing and order provision in fragile contexts, disinformation and misinformation, refugees and forced migration, climate-related conflict and upheaval, domestic political violence, election violence, and small wars, cyber warfare, and other unconventional tactics in the context of great power competition. The fall meeting is supported by IGCC, Princeton University, and the Center for Effective Global Action at UC Berkeley. This workshop is led by IGCC research director Eli Berman and IGCC affiliate Aila Matanock.
To learn more about IGCC-supported research and engagement on political violence and conflict, see:
- The Disinformation Threat—and What to Do About It (Podcast episode featuring Jacob Shapiro)
- Analysis from Political Violence At A Glance (IGCC Blog led by IGCC affiliate Barbara Walter)
To see our 2022 ESOC photo diary, click here.