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Ethnic Conflict and Violence

 

Ethnic Conflict and Violence

Project Title Investigators Project Period
Terrorist and Extremist Organizations (TEO) Database Jonathan Wilkenfeld, R. Karl Rethemeyer July, 2012 to December, 2016
Shadows of Violence: Empirical Assessments of Threats, Coercion and Gray Zones Amy Pate, Barnett S. Koven July, 2016 to June, 2017
One God for All? Fundamentalism and Group Radicalization Johanna Birnir, Nil Satana July, 2013 to December, 2016
Minorities at Risk Related Projects June, 2005 to December, 2016
Massive Online Open Course: Understanding Terrorism and the Terrorist Threat Gary LaFree, William Braniff, Katherine Worboys Izsak January, 2014 to March, 2014
Global Terrorism Database (GTD) Acceleration Erin Miller January, 2019 to January, 2020
Global Terrorism Database (GTD) Erin Miller, Gary LaFree, Laura Dugan June, 2001 to October, 2022
Divergent Dimensions of Radicalization Risk: Migration and Violent Extremism in Sabah Barnett S. Koven, Samuel D. Henkin September, 2019 to September, 2021
Developing Academic Partnerships and Collaborative Research on Countering Violent Extremism in Malaysia and Southeast Asia Amy Pate, Barnett S. Koven, William Braniff September, 2018 to December, 2019
Dealing with the Devil: When Bargaining with Terrorists Works Erica Chenoweth, Laura Dugan June, 2009 to December, 2011
Country Reports on Terrorism - Statistical Annex Gary LaFree, Erin Miller May, 2012 to May, 2018
Computational Modeling of Grievances and Political Instability Through Global Media Gary LaFree September, 2014 to September, 2019
Project Title Publication Date START Authors Publication Type
Violence and the Dialectics of Landscape: Memorialization in Cambodia July 2014 Henkin, Samuel D. Journal Article
Unholy Alliances: Evidence on Linkages between Trans-State Terrorism and Crime Networks: The Case of Bosnia June 2010 Mincheva, Lyubov; Gurr, Ted Robert Book Chapter
Under What Conditions Does Ethnic Conflict Result in Armed Violence? January 2017 McCauley, Clark Book Chapter
The Use of Violence by Ethnopolitical Organizations in the Middle East February 2007 Pate, Amy; Wilkenfeld, Jonathan; Michael, Mary; Asal, Victor Research Brief
The Reason We Don't Know March 2012 Pate, Amy; Birnir, Johanna; Wilkenfeld, Jonathan; Gurr, Ted Robert Journal Article
The Oxford Handbook of Social Movements October 2015 della Porta, Donatella Book
The Intersection of Homicide, Terrorism, and Violent Extremism January 2018 LaFree, Gary; Gruenewald, Jeff Journal Article
The Evolution of Prosociality and Parochialism After Violence July 2016 Mironova, Vera Journal Article
Spotting the Threat July 2014 Neumann, Peter Journal Article
Socially Relevant Ethnic Groups, Ethnic Structure, and AMAR August 2014 Pate, Amy; Birnir, Johanna; Wilkenfeld, Jonathan Journal Article
Social Norms after Conflict Exposure and Victimization by Violence: Experimental Evidence from Kosovo July 2018 Mironova, Vera Journal Article
Service-Seeking Behavior, Perceptions of Armed Actors, and Preferences Regarding Governance: Evidence from the Palestinian Territories May 2015 Flanigan, Shawn Journal Article
Seriously Not All Right: Five Wars in Ten Years May 2014 Capps, Ron Book
Rethinking Violence: States and Non-State Actors in Conflict August 2010 Chenoweth, Erica Book
Report: Demystifying Gray Zone Conflict: A Typology of Conflict Dyads and Instruments of Power in Libya, 2014-Present November 2016 Koven, Barnett S.; Johns, Mila START Reports
Religion, Government Coalitions, and Terrorism February 2013 Birnir, Johanna; Satana, Nil Journal Article
Religion and Politics in the Developing World: Explosive Interactions July 2002 Mainuddin, Rolin Book
Religion and Political Mobilization March 2019 Birnir, Johanna Book Chapter
Preventing Mass Atrocities: Policies and Practices September 2018 Gurr, Ted Robert Book
Postmemory and the Geographies of Violence at Kraing Ta Chan, Cambodia August 2018 Henkin, Samuel D. Journal Article
Political Exclusion, Oil, and Ethnic Armed Conflict November 2014 Piazza, James A.; Asal, Victor Journal Article
Political Demography of Conflict in Mali June 2018 Leuprecht, Christian Report
Phnom Penh during the Cambodian Genocide: A Case of Selective Urbicide January 2014 Henkin, Samuel D. Journal Article
Peace and Conflict 2010 November 2009 Wilkenfeld, Jonathan; Gurr, Ted Robert Book
Myth and Reality in International Politics: Meeting Global Challenges through Collective Action September 2015 Wilkenfeld, Jonathan Book
Mediating International Crises November 2006 Wilkenfeld, Jonathan; Asal, Victor Book
Lowest of the Low: Why Some Countries Suffer Terrorist Attacks against Schools December 2019 Asal, Victor Journal Article
Introducing the AMAR (All Minorities at Risk) Data August 2017 Birnir, Johanna; Wilkenfeld, Jonathan; Gurr, Ted Robert Journal Article
How Human Boundaries Become State Borders: Radical Flanks and Territorial Control in the Modern Era July 2018 Krause, Peter Journal Article
Holy Terror and Mass Killings? Reexamining the Motivations and Methods of Mass Casualty Terrorists March 2005 Asal, Victor Journal Article
Friends in High Places: State Support for Violent and Non-violent Ethnopolitical Organizations June 2019 Asal, Victor Journal Article
Forecasting the Use of Violence by Ethno–Political Organizations: Middle Eastern Minorities and the Choice of Violence, V. S. Subrahmanian, ed. November 2012 Wilkenfeld, Jonathan Book Chapter
Extremes of asymmetric conflict: terrorism and genocide January 2012 McCauley, Clark Book Chapter
Ethnicity and Altruism after Violence: The Contact Hypothesis in Kosovo October 2014 Mironova, Vera Journal Article
Ethnic Conflict: An Organizational Perspective April 2013 Wilkenfeld, Jonathan; Asal, Victor Journal Article
ETA Ceasefires by the Numbers October 2011 Miller, Erin; Smarick, Kathleen Background Report
Dynamic Dimensions of Radicalization and Violent Extremism in Sabah, Malaysia December 2021 Henkin, Samuel D. Report
Do Contemporaneous Armed Challenges Affect the Outcomes of Mass Nonviolent Campaigns? December 2015 Chenoweth, Erica Journal Article
Divergent Dimensions of Radicalization Risk: Migration and Violent Extremism in Sabah, Malaysia December 2020 Henkin, Samuel D. START Reports
Divergent Dimensions of Radicalization Risk: Migration and Violent Extremism in Sabah December 2021 Report
Discrimination, Genocide, and Politicide February 2019 Asal, Victor Journal Article
Demystifying Gray Zone Conflict: A Typology of Conflict Dyads and Instruments of Power in Colombia, 2002-present December 2016 Koven, Barnett S. Research Brief
Crisis managers but not conflict resolvers: Mediating ethnic intrastate conflict in Africa July 2013 Wilkenfeld, Jonathan; Asal, Victor Journal Article
Crime Terror Alliances and the State. Ethnonationalist and Islamist Challenges to Regional Security May 2013 Gurr, Ted Robert Book
A Study of Crisis January 2000 Wilkenfeld, Jonathan Book
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START researchers earn $2.6 million NSF grant to investigate social media’s ability to predict political instability
START researchers co-lead webinar series on security challenges in Malaysia
START researcher explores how terrorism affects democracy, compares Turkey and US
START Announces Fellowships for 2005-06
Researcher Spotlight: Nil Satana
Researcher Spotlight: Daniella Fridl
Researcher Spotlight: Amy Pate
Research Brief: Law Enforcement Efforts to Counter Violent Extremism
New Research Brief Released: The Use of Violence by Ethnopolitical Organizations in the Middle East
New Dataset on Ethnically Based Organizations Released
Mohamed Nimer on the Americanization and Evolution of Islamism
Marginalization, discrimination create greater risk of radicalization for immigrants
Leading terrorism expert discusses mobilization of women into terrorist networks
Internships at START Available for Spring 2010
Intern Spotlight: Rick Magill
Have you seen it yet? START Research Review
Exciting Winter Courses Now Offered ONLINE
Dr. Bidisha Biswas discusses Indian Government’s approaches to managing conflict
Discussion Point: Counterterrorism Strategies and Democracy: Lessons for the US from the (Unfortunate) Example of Turkey
Database Spotlight: Minorities at Risk Organizational Behavior (MAROB)
Conciliatory counterterrorism strategies could limit terrorist groups’ lethality
Analyzing peace and civil conflict
***Background Info: Moscow Subway Bombing***
Image Title Job Title Institution
Markus Binder

Project Manager/Researcher, START

University of Maryland
Marcus A. Boyd

Geospatial Research Unit (GRU) Director, START

Director of Graduate Studies, START

University of Maryland
Katy Lindquist

Principal Research Scientist, NSI Inc.

Karina Panyan

Research Assistant, Global Terrorism Database (GTD), START

University of Maryland
John Sawyer John Sawyer

Director of Strategic Corporate Research Relationships

University of Maryland
Clark McCauley Clark McCauley

Professor of Psychology

Bryn Mawr College
Barnett Koven Barnett S. Koven

Data Science Manager, Deloitte Government & Public Services

 

Anthony Lemieux Anthony Lemieux

Associate Professor of Communication and Lead Researcher of the Transcultural Conflict and Violence Program

Georgia State University
Amy Pate Amy Pate

START Executive Director and Research Director

University of Maryland

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