Center for Comparative Conflict Studies (CFCCS)

The Center for Comparative Conflict Studies (CFCCS) was founded in Belgrade in 2008. It is a research and educational center at the Faculty of Media and Communications (FMK), (...)
The Center for Comparative Conflict Studies (CFCCS) was founded in Belgrade in 2008. It is a research and educational center at the Faculty of Media and Communications (FMK), Belgrade Singidunum University.

goals

The CFCCS is an educational center dedicated to the comparative analysis of societies in conflict. Working primarily within the context of the conflicts in the former republics of Yugoslavia and Palestine/Israel, the Center provides opportunities for university students, scholars, activists and educators to critically engage in the study and analysis of conflict, its transformations, and various roles taken up within conflicts. In so doing, the Center offers theoretical and practical resources for those working to be effective agents of social change. We achieve our goals by offering comparative interdisciplinary frameworks for understanding dynamics within societies in conflict. THEMATIC FOCUS We explore the dynamics of conflict through an inter-disciplinary comparative approach that analyzes the intersections of nation, religion, gender, and class. In particular, our research interests and study seminars focus on the following themes: - Memory and its role in conflict analysis and conflict transformation - Transitional Justice and critical approaches to peacebuilding and reconciliation - Education for peace - Nationalism and Identity Transformation - Role of State and Civil Society Institutions
type: university
country: Serbia
city: Belgrade

contact

Karadjordjeva 65
11000 Belgrade Serbia
e-mail: office@cfccs.org
Contact: CFCCS OFFICE
http://cfccs.org/

Chair and Department of the History of Medical Sciences, Poznan University of Medical Sciences, Poland

We explore historical-medical aspects of multi-ethnic societies in Central Europe, especially Poland and Lithuania. There is an area of unique co-existence of Polish, German, (...)
We explore historical-medical aspects of multi-ethnic societies in Central Europe, especially Poland and Lithuania. There is an area of unique co-existence of Polish, German, Jewish, Lithuanian, Belarussian scholars, including doctors, botanists, pharmacists, and naturalists. Moreover, there is an area of dramatic tensions and stratification that generated important health and social problems.

goals

We are interested in close collaboration in partners with the same research interests to organize a conference and publish a monograph.
type: university
country: Poland
city: Poznań

contact

ul. Przybyszewskiego 37A
60-356 Poznań Poland
tel: +48 61 854 72 41/2
e-mail: wojtasz@ump.edu.pl
Contact: Doz. Anita Magowska
www.kzhnm.ump.edu.pl

Department of Geography, Tourism and Hotel Management, Faculty of Sciences

Department have six chairs. One of them is Chair of Social Geography and Teaching in Geography. Department have 800 students. Among other subjects our professors teaching: (...)
Department have six chairs. One of them is Chair of Social Geography and Teaching in Geography. Department have 800 students. Among other subjects our professors teaching: Political Geography, History of Geography, National History and Demography. Department have B.A., M.A., and PhD. studies.

goals

Teaching and scientific research with special emphasys on region of Central and Southeastern Europe.
type: university
country: Serbia
city: Novi Sad

contact

Trg Dositeja Obradovica 3
21000 Nov Novi Sad Serbia
tel: +381603560325
e-mail: chdr.novisad@gmail.com
Contact: Darko Gavrilovic, PhD.
www.dgt.uns.ac.rs