As global violence and conflict has proliferated, the need to understand the causes and predictive indicators of violence, as well as to identify empirically verifiable solutions have become societal imperatives. Over the past five years, faculty in the Transcultural Conflict and Violence initiative has received more than $10 million in external funding to examine why violence happens, how we can predict its occurrence, and what effective remedies might be available.
ATLANTA—A new book that looks at the critical role of argument in today’s society brings together experts in the fields of communication at the intersection… more »
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ATLANTA — A new movie about the Centennial Olympic Park bomber is renewing focus on the deadly domestic terror attack and how… more »