Violence

Scholarly Publications

The Nation's Pain and Women's Shame: Polish Women and Wartime Violence

December 2006

This volume explores the role of gender on both the home and fighting fronts in eastern Europe during World Wars I and II.

Gender and Antisemitism in Wartime Soviet Exile

December 2005

From the Middle Ages until World War II, Poland was host to Europe's largest and most vibrant Jewish population.

Humanitarian Intervention and Relation Sovereignty

December 2006

Just war theory is the traditional approach taken to questions of the morality of war, but war today is far from traditional.

Other Publications

Avoiding Defeatism on Afghanistan

November 2012

Media reports have not been kind to Afghanistan in recent weeks. The rising threat of insider violence, anti-U.S. demonstrations and high-profile attacks, the U.S.

News

Journal Article: "Immigration into Europe: Economic Discrimination, Violence, and Public Policy," written by Rafaela M. Dancygier and David Laitin

November 2013

The impact of immigration on Western European demographics will be the topic of Stanford political science professor David Laitin and co-writer Rafaela Dancygier's (Princeton University) soon to be...

The Europe Center June 2014 Newsletter

June 2014

The Europe Center June 2014 Newsletter

Old Events

Rome Rather than You

April 27, 2007

A film in the San Francisco International Film Festival. Presented in association with the Arab Film Festival. SKYY Prize Contender. West Coast Premiere.

An Evening with Orhan Pamuk

October 23, 2007

Orhan Pamuk was born in Istanbul in 1952 and grew up in a large family similar to those which he describes in his novels Cevdet Bey and His Sons and The Black Book, in the district of Nisantasi.

Understanding Massacre: Exploring the Genocidal Process (the Holocaust - Bosnia - Rwanda)

April 16, 2008

How is it possible to make sense out of the socio-political process that sometimes leads to extreme violence, ethnic cleansing and genocide?