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Academic Workshop Fieldwork in (Post-)Conflict Settings

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Academic Workshop Fieldwork in (Post-)Conflict Settings

Thursday, May 18th, 2017
Location: Radboud University, Soeterbeeck Ravenstein Conference Center

Host: Centre for International Conflict Analysis and Management (CICAM)



9:00: Welcome and Opening Remarks

Mathijs van Leeuwen, Acting Director of CICAM



9:15-11:00: Defining the Field
“Ethnographic peace research and our limited power to influence policy and practice”

Gearoid Millar, University of Aberdeen


“Across the borders: Defining the ‘research field’ in a post-conflict diaspora study”

Mohamed Munas, Radboud University


“Countering the ‘prose of counter-insurgency’: reflecting on ethnographic field work on ethnic rebel groups in Myanmar”

David Brenner, University of Surrey


“How to Research That Which is Not There? Agnotology and the Study of Not- Knowing and Non-Action in Conflict-Affected Settings”

Nora Stel, Maastricht School of Management


Chair: Luuk Slooter, CICAM

Discussant: Abbey Steele, University of Amsterdam


11:00-11:30: Coffee break
11:30-13:00: Research and Local Authorities
“Fieldwork in authoritarian states: Complicity, deception and resistance”

Jonathan Fisher, University of Birmingham


“Researching changing position of traditional authorities in post-conflict Northern Uganda”

Sophie Komujuni, University of Ghent


“Conditioned access: Are there boundaries to meaningful research in South Sudan?”

Lotje de Vries, Wageningen University


Chair: Lieneke de Visser, CICAM

Discussant: Gemma van der Haar, Wageningen University


13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:45: Power and Positionality
“Trust me I’m from the diaspora”

Anne Nguyen, University Saint Louis Bruxelles


“Fieldwork in non-state armed conflict settings: Dynamics of power and security in the periphery”

Jana Krause, University of Amsterdam


“Positionality and the implications for ‘indigenous’ researchers in conflict settings”

Tarila Marclint Ebiede, University of Leuven


“Research in the shadow of the violent past: Power, autonomy, and neutrality in polarised societies”

Corinna Jentzsch, Leiden University


Chair: Romain Malejacq, CICAM

Discussant: Willemhein Verkoren


15:45-16:00: Coffee Break

16:00-17:00: Building a Community of Scholars, Improving Graduate Training and Facilitating Cross-Institutional Dialogue
All participants
Chairs: Haley Swedlund and Margriet Goos

17:00+: Drinks Reception

  • Academic Workshop Fieldwork in (Post-)Conflict Settings
  • 9:00: Welcome and Opening Remarks
  • 11:00-11:30: Coffee break 11:30-13:00: Research and Local Authorities
  • 13:00-14:00 Lunch 14:00-15:45: Power and Positionality
  • 15:45-16:00: Coffee Break 16:00-17:00: Building a Community of Scholars, Improving Graduate Training and Facilitating Cross-Institutional Dialogue

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