Open to graduate students from fields including, but not limited to, government, sociology, history, science and technology studies, anthropology, philosophy, law, and communications.
Participants will be offered a modest stipend of up to $500 to defray their expenses for travel, room and board.
The Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies at Cornell University is accepting abstract submissions for its graduate student conference, to be held on Saturday, April 23, 2022. Topics should be related to the Reppy Institute’s interest in the problems of war and peace, arms control and disarmament, and instances of collective violence.
Guiding questions include how do law, technology, peace, and conflict intersect, both conceptually and in historical or contemporary contexts? How have technologies been deployed in peace/conflict scenarios? How do specific technological artifacts or systems embody the politics of peace or conflict?