The collection of large, systematic data has revolutionized the study of conflict and contention. This
webinar brings together leaders in the field of conflict data collection and analysis to envision the future of
the field. Topics of discussion will include the prospects and limitations of automation, non-traditional
sources of information, challenges with dis/mis-information, and topics ripe for study.
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- Jessica Maves Braithwaite, University of Arizona
- Erica Chenoweth, Harvard
- Killian Clarke, Georgetown
- David Cunningham, University of Maryland
- Cassy Dorff, Vanderbilt
- Laura Dugan, Ohio State University
- David Muchlinski, Georgia Tech
- Javier Osorio, University of Arizona
- Clionadh Raleigh, Sussex & ACLED
- Idean Salehyan, University of North Texas