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ДРУЗЬЯ САЙТА



FINAL REPORT

SYLLABI

Alex Aleshka, Belarus

Aurelian Lavrik, Moldova

Evgeny Rudnev, Russia

Alla Zakharchenko, Ukraine

Lubov Vnukova, Russia

Maria Ivanova, Russia

Mikhail Pokas, Ukraine

Natalya Kolisnichenko, Ukraine

Natalya Utesheva, Kyrgyz Republic

Nurlan Smagulov, Kazakhstan

Arthur Atanesyan, Armenia

Tetyana Pospelova, Ukraine

Vagram Ter-Matevosyan, Armenia, syllabus 1

Vagram Ter-Matevosyan, Armenia, syllabus 2

Vagram Ter-Matevosyan, Armenia, syllabus 3

Vladimir Salamatov, Ukraine

Year 3

2011-2012 project year

Conflict and Conflict Management in the Former Soviet Union

During the third year of the project, we will focus our work on thematically on conflicts in the post-Soviet region, applying analytical frameworks for conflict and conflict resolution to specific empirical cases there. Drawing on work in Years 1 and 2, we will build on the integrated understanding of theories and their comparative application that participants have gained by now. We will continue working on enhancing participants’ teaching skills (including through a specific session on ICT-based learning and teaching) and enabling them to integrate their research and teaching thus that they will be able to offer research-led teaching at their home institutions. The summer school will focus broadly on conflicts in the post-Soviet region, offering comparisons across time, sub-regions and themes. The winter contact session will offer participants an opportunity for in-depth engagement with the (latent) conflicts in Crimea and the Baltic States. The spring contact session will conclude this project’s activities.
As in the past two years, substantive teaching and learning activities will be complemented by modules on teaching skills and by collaborative research projects carried out by the participants and faculty, including specific opportunities for exchange visits among participants.

ReSET Winter Contact Session

 

FROZEN OR LATENT CONFLICTS?

CASE STUDIES OF CONFLICTS IN CRIMEA AND THE BALTIC STATES



Presentations of Faculty

Prof. Stefan Wolff Theories of Conflict Management

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Presentations of Participants
                                                                                                                 
Dr. Alla Zakharchenko