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The Penn Program in Ethnic Conflict seeks to disseminate and advance understanding of the myriad issues involved in ethnic conflict as well as the different approaches to its study. To this end, the Program provides a number of different resources for students, scholars, and all those who are interested in the study of ethnic conflict. The Links Page lists a number of organizations involved in the study of ethnic conflict as well as organizations that are actively engaged in attempts to promote conflict resolution. In addition, the personnel of the Program will maintain and contribute to the Debates and Resources page, providing extensive bibliographies as well as outlines of some of the more important debates within the field. We will also promote relevant publications of Associate Fellows and Associates to the Program, so as to encourage the broader dissemination of diverse perspectives and approaches to the field.

  Documents MP3s and Podcasts  

Here you can find a variety of PPEC resources, including podcasts, MP3 recordings of PPEC events including the 2007-2008 Andrew W. Mellon Sawyer Seminar: Power Sharing in Deeply Divided Places and the Roundtable Discussion on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement.

Associate Publications

Transitional Justice
The International Journal of Transitional Justice is now available online

Resources For Students

The following is an extensive bibliography, arranged by issue area and topic. Their inclusion here is not meant to be
an endorsement of a text's content, but rather a reflection of its relevance in contemporary analysis of ethnic conflict.










Executive Power-Sharing


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Political Science Graduate Student List, University of Pennsylvania

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