Meeloopdag - MSc Crisis and Security Management, spec. War and Peace Studies
- dinsdag 5 maart 2024
2511 DP Den Haag
This master programme is taught in English. All the information is in English.
Are you interested in the MSc Crisis and Security Management (CSM), specialisation War and Peace? Do you want to know more about what it is like to follow this master’s programme at Leiden University? Be a CSM Student for a Day!
(max. 15 students)
Take part in a Student for a Day at MSc Crisis and Security Management
If you decide to join this Student for a Day event, you:
- attend the lecture 'Gender Peace and War' by Vanessa Newby from the course 'Peace Studies: History, Theories and Concepts'
- Meet the student ambassador Niels Heukelom;
- will have the possibility to ask all your questions about Crisis and Security Management, specialisation War and Peace Studies.
|Start your Student for a Day with a tour through the Wijnhaven building
|15:15 - 18:00 hrs.
|lecture 'Gender Peace and War' by Vanessa Newby from the course 'Peace Studies: History, Theories and Concepts'
|18:00 - 18:15 hrs.
This lecture is at another location, so please be on time at Wijnhaven, Turfmarkt 99 The Hague.
After your registration, you will receive an e-mail with more information a few days before this event starts. If you register, we expect you to come. If you want to cancel your registration, please send an e-mail to the student ambassador.
About the course
This course is an advanced introduction to the history, core concepts, and scholarly debates related to the academic field of peace studies. You will study the concept of peace and its various dimensions as analysed by core peace thinkers and you will examine how peace is conceived of by multiple policy actors in practice. You will interrogate the different approaches to understanding peace, from a variety of political thinkers including Hobbes, Kant, Rawls, and Machiavelli. You will then explore the theories of peace espoused by prominent peace theorists such as Ledarach, Galtung and the Bouldings. Empirical topics covered on the course include the protection of civilians (POC), the role of the UN in promoting peace, just war theory, western approaches to peace activism, sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA), conflict related sexual violence (CRSV), and gender in peacemaking and peacekeeping. In this course, we will also focus on reviewing, analysing and assessing existing knowledge ensuring you develop critical analysis skills by interrogating key texts, concepts, and scholarly traditions. More information
If you have questions about the Master's programme Crisis and Security Management, please contact the programme via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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