The 2022 SPAWN conference will explore questions of race and gender in counter/terrorism research and policy and examine the complexities of expanding the notion of terrorism to include white supremacist and incel violence. It will bring together rising stars and more established scholars who are engaged in pathbreaking work on these issues.
Following the distinctive SPAWN format, junior scholars will present their papers at the main workshop sessions. More senior scholars will serve as commentators. In addition to the main workshop sessions, there will be a keynote address by Professor Atiya Husain (Carleton University), a talk from a practitioner perspective by international human rights and laws of war specialist Khalil Dewan, and a roundtable by Syracuse University faculty.
Registration is required.
This event was first published on March 28, 2022 and last updated on March 29, 2022.