Institute for the Study of

Intercommunal Conflict

Intercommunal conflicts form barriers to peace and human security. The Institute for the Study of Intercommunal Conflict promotes research and outreach activities that provide an understanding of the causes, escalation pathways, and consequences of intercommunal conflicts, as well as their resolution.


February 5, 2009

1:00–3:00 p.m.
JFK Library Auditorium
Eastern Washington University

"Conversations With Revolutionaries: Coming Together to Win a Revolution"

ISIC associates Dr. Martha Cottam, Bruno Baltodano, and Joe Huseby, with Dr. Martin Garcia, visiting assistant professor at Eastern Washington University, will discuss research conducted in Nicaragua in July and August 2008.

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