International Summer School in Comparative Conflict Studies, June 27 – July 4, 2016
Call for Applications
The Center for Comparative Conflict Studies (CFCCS) at the Faculty of Media and Communications (FMK), Singidunum University invites you to apply for the seventh International Summer School in Comparative Conflict Studies. The 2016 Summer School will take place at the Faculty of Media and Communications in Belgrade, from June 27 to July 4, 2016.
Applications are received for the following five courses (one course per applicant):
- Religion and Conflict: The Balkans’ Explorations vs. Explorations of the Balkans
Dr. Dino Abazović (University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
- From Intervention to Non-Intervention: The Triumph of State Sovereignty over Human Rights?
Dr. Maxine David (University of Leiden, Netherlands)
- Orientalism, Balkanism, Occidentalism: Thinking through Discourses of “Othering” and “Conflict”
Dr. Jelena Tošić (University of Vienna, Austria)
- Memory and Conflict: Remembering and Forgetting in Divided Societies
Dr. Orli Fridman (Faculty of Media & Communications (FMK) and SIT Balkans, Serbia)
- From Brotherhood and Unity to EU Integration: The Shades of Politics in Serbia
Dr. Jelisaveta Blagojević (Faculty of Media & Communications (FMK), Serbia)
The invitation is aimed at graduate students, advanced undergraduate students, individuals holding professional positions in the civic, public or private sector from all countries.
For more information on the Summer School courses and on tuition please visit the CFCCS website.
CFCCS Tuition Scholarship is available for students from selected countries, for more information please visit the website.
Deadline to submit applications: March 25, 2016
Online application form for the 2016 International Summer School in Comparative Conflict Studies is available on CFCCS website.
For all questions and information please contact email@example.com
For more details please visit www.cfccs.org
Project & Summer School Coordinator
Center for Comparative Conflict Studies (CFCCS)
Faculty of Media and Communications (FMK)
Karadjordjeva 65, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia