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Education and courses

CRIC is affiliated with a number of degrees, specializations and courses both at the University of Copenhagen and at other institutions. The development and proliferation of teaching and knowledge in the areas of conflict studies and peacebuilding is part of the core ambition of CRIC. The following past and current specializations and courses are affiliated with CRIC:

Ongoing and coming:

Previous:

  • 2016: MA elective: ‘The Politics of Memory and Commemoration in Ireland’, 10 ECTS, Aarhus University (Spring 2016). Sara Dybris McQuaid
  • 2016: MA elective: ‘Peacebuilding and Human Rights – policies, institutions, approaches’, 7,5 ECTS, Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen (Fall 2016). Mie Roesdahl
  • 2015/16: MA elective: ‘International Aspects of State Fragility’, 7,5 ECTS, Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen (2015/2016). Nikolas Emmanuel
  • 2014/15/16: MA elective: ‘Ethnic Conflict’, 7,5 ECTS, Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen. Nikolas Emmanuel
  • 2013/14/15: MA elective: ‘Conflict in Africa’, 10 ECTS, Center for African Studies, University of Copenhagen. Bjørn Møller
  • 2015: MA elective: ‘Digital activism in the context of the Arab Spring’, TORS, University of Copenhagen (Fall 2015), Donatella Della Ratta
  • 2015: MA elective: ‘Language and Conflict’, 5 ECTS, Aarhus University (Fall 2015). Sara Dybris McQuaid
  • 2014: PhD course: ‘The trouble with violence – lessons from psychology, sociology and anthropology’. In collaboration with Johannes Lang and Henrik Vigh. University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark. Poul Poder
  • 2014: BA course: ‘Pack up your troubles’: the peace process in Northern Ireland’ 10 ECTS, Aarhus University. Sara Dybris McQuaid
  • 2014: BA course: ‘Conflicts on Parade: Acts of Violence, Men of Violence, Victims of Violence’, 15 ECTS, Aarhus University. Sara Dybris McQuaid
  • 2014: BA course: ‘The past is an instrument with which the present builds a future: the politics of memory and commemoration’ 5 ECTS, Aarhus University. Sara Dybris McQuaid
  • 2014: BA and MA elective: ‘Politics in Africa’, Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen (Spring 2014). Nikolas G. Emmanuel
  • 2014: BA and MA elective: ‘State Collapse and Reconstruction’, Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen (Fall 2014). Nikolas G. Emmanuel
  • 2014: MA Course: ‘Minorities in the Middle East’. Middle East Studies, University of Copenhagen (fall 2014), Jakob Skovgaard-Petersen