Narratives supporting conflicts: Development, institutionalizaton and the struggle to maintain them
Great Hall, Lanyon Building, Queen's University Belfast, with reception to follow
Danny Bar-Tal is a world-respected leader in the study of intractable conflicts. This lecture will explore how such conflicts are constructed as well as their content, dissemination, and instituionalization. His talk, based on decades of research and activism, will challenge the narrative of intractable conflicts.
The interdisciplinary keynote is envisioned as being a space for QUB staff, students and community partners to hear from a leader in the field on intractable conflict.
The keynote lecture is part of the Challenging the Narrative of Intractable Conflict conference. It is co-sponsored by:
- The School of Psychology, Queen's University Belfast
- The Centre for Identity and Intergroup Relations (CIIR), Queen's University Belfast
- The Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice
- The Northern Ireland branch of the British Psychological Association (NIBPS
With the support of the European Association for Social Psychology (EASP)
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
To register for this event, please click here.
- Event type
Lecture / Talk / Discussion