Each year students apply for competitive fellowships to work within the Transcultural Conflict and Violence initiative.
Transcultural conflicts and violence are a growing threat around the globe. At Georgia State, a diverse group of faculty, doctoral Presidential Fellows and postdoctoral researchers are working to root out the causes, solutions and impacts of these issues.
This internationally recognized body of scholars work in disciplines: including departments of Anthropology, Communication, Computer Science, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology. Our researchers collaborate to bring interdisciplinary answers to complex problems.
In federal funding for research into transcultural conflict and violent extremism.
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Our unique team of scholars is researching the causes of violence and terrorist tactics. Four core members anchor a larger group of researchers and students.
Our research focuses on understanding the seeds of terrorism and sharing information to help prevent future conflicts.