Harvard University is closed today due to an ongoing public safety situation in the area. This afternoon’s first session of the “Confronting Evil” conference is postponed until tomorrow morning, starting at 9:00.
Please check here for further updates later today.
The Program on Negotiation is pleased to co-present “Confronting Evil: Interdisciplinary Perspectives,” a two-day conference which will bring together leading scholars to discuss the conceptual and practical dimensions of evil. Topics to
Dr. Achim Wennmann will present a talk on “Negotiating exits from violent crime: Approaches, evidence & implications” on March 5th from 12:15 – 1:30 p.m. in Wasserstein Hall #B010. Dr. Wennmann is a Researcher at the Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP) of the Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies, Geneva. Bring your own lunch; dessert and sodas provided.
Experiments conducted by Program on Negotiation faculty member Francesca Gino and her colleague Sreedhan Desai suggest that remembering childhood memories may cause a person to behave in a more ethical manner.
The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, in partnership with The Center for Public Leadership and the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School
invites the public to an address by
Nobel Peace Prize Co-recipient, 2011
Yemeni Political Activist and Journalist
When: Thursday, June 7, 2012
Time: 6 p.m.
Where: Institute of Politics Forum, Harvard Kennedy School
Free and open
Interpersonal Conflict and Negotiation (PSY 0134)
TUFTS UNIVERISTY (undergraduate)
An examination of perspectives in social psychology for understanding the escalation and reduction of conflict. Course emphasizes empirical research approaches to the study of conflict and negotiation techniques, and the nature and functioning of third-party intervention in interpersonal, intergroup, and international settings.
Section times TBA
“Intractable” Conflicts: What Role for Negotiation
HARVARD LAW SCHOOL
This seminar will study several “intractable” conflicts. For some, such as Northern Ireland and South Africa, there has been considerable progress. For others, such as the conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians, and the United States and Cuba, there has
Robert H. Mnookin is the Samuel Williston Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, the Chair of the Executive Committee, Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, and the Director of the Harvard Negotiation Research Project. A leading scholar in the field of conflict resolution, Professor Mnookin has applied his interdisciplinary approach to negotiation and conflict resolution to a remarkable range of problems, both public and private.
Conflict and Negotiation (CC 266)
FALL and SPRING 2011/2012
Department of Communication Studies
Study conflict theory and principles and practices of dispute resolution. Includes everyday conflict, negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and alternative dispute resolution systems. Emphasis on interpersonal skills development. (Fall: Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 a.m.-11:45 a.m.; Spring: Tuesday and Thursday 4:00-5:45 p.m.)
Mediation happens primarily through talk. Successful mediators must listen and observe carefully while using their own talk to guide the participants in presenting their cases (offering, responding, disagreeing, agreeing, etc.). In this session, Professor Glenn will closely analyze mediation talk through a research method called conversation analysis (CA). CA involves close study of videotape and