In our Conflictology group/lab, we are interested in studying closeness centrality between individuals, groups, or states and how this process leads to the evolution of conflict and/or resolution thereof. We believe conflict evolves through salient structures such as markets and pastoral transhumance spaces. We therefore, study space and networks in intertribal border markets as factories […]
The intertribal border markets- to mean both tangible and intangible expression to principles of social structure binding communities to a holistic system through human relations in time and space. We consider a ‘market’ to represent both spatial space and a set of norms, institutions and value system upon which individuals, groups or states transact conflict […]
Chinese New Year, popularly known as Spring Festival is considered the world’s biggest annual migration. Chinese people travel from the cities to their rural homes,
Congratulations to Prof. Francis Onditi, Dean- School of International Relations and Diplomacy for his recent appointment as an Associate Professor of conflictology.
Prof. Francis Onditi has sustained an unmatched research and publication track record and developed
The World Book Day was first officially celebrated in 1995, when UNESCO selected April 23rd as the date to mark the event. The date coincides with the birth and deaths of famous authors, including the death of William Shakespeare (April 23, 1616) and Miguel de Cervantes (April 22, 1616) and Josep Pla (April 23, 1981) […]