Peace Talk : Young Scholar Series
PEACETALK: YOUNG SCHOLAR SERIES AT CFPPR
We are delighted to announce a new talk series by FPPR: PeaceTalk. Similar in organization to our established BISS seminars, PeaceTalk is oriented towards disseminating research findings of young scholars and promoting their academic achievement. We welcome scholars, who emphasize an empirical approach to studying international politics and share a normative concern for promoting peace.
Just as BISS seminars serve to promote linkages between policy and research, the PeaceTalks is particularly research oriented and enhance links between younger scholars and the wider academia. Focusing on innovative research, the peace talks series aims to
a) promote dissemination of latest research.
b) expand its research network to younger generation of scholars.
c) promote publication of latest research.
We particularly look for young scholars who would like to
a) present the preliminary findings of a recent/ongoing research project (including but not limited to PhD dissertations)
b) discuss the data collection and analysis methods
c) receive feedback from their colleagues on their research, and
d) enhance their academic network for further research collaboration
FPPR covers travel expenses of speakers from outside Ankara.
The audience of peace talks consists of researchers, graduate students as well as policy makers.
The talks will take place at lunch time, in Bilkent University G building seminar room (G160). Lunchtime snacks and refreshments will be served.
Apr 11, 2018
On April 11, the Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research hosted a PeaceTalk: Young...
Nov 29, 2017
On November 24, 2017, the Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research hosted a...
Apr 17, 2017
On April 13, 2017, the Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research hosted a PeaceTalk:...
Dec 07, 2016
On December 6, 2016, guest speaker, Marie Curie Fellow and PRIMO Early Stage Researcher...
May 04, 2016
On May 4, 2016, guest speaker Eyüp Ersoy, PhD Candidate, Bilkent University addressed a...