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Paris is not Alone: Roundtable on the Terror Attacks in Comparative Perspective

Nov 20, 2015 12:00PM to 01:20PM
Aaron Burr Hall 219
Restricted to Princeton University
Andre Benhaim (French and Italian Depts.) Bernard Haykel (Near Eastern Studies) Philippe Lancon (Liberation) Gyan Prakash (History) Kim Scheppele (Woodrow Wilson School; Sociology. Moderated by Sophie Meunier Meunier (Princeton, Woodrow Wilson School)

Paris has been the target of two violent terror attacks this year. In order to contribute to answering the “why there and why now” questions, this multidisciplinary roundtable gathers experts from different fields and with a different regional focus to try to highlight the tactics and strategies at play in the French case by comparing and contrasting with other cases of terror attacks, including in Russia, India and Lebanon.

Organized by the EU Program, co-sponsored by the Council of the Humanities, the Department of French and Italian, the Program in European Cultural Studies, the Program in Contemporary Politics and Society, the Ferris Seminars in Journalism, the Program in Latin American Studies, the Princeton Institute on International and Regional Studies, the Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies, the Institute for Transregional Studies, and the Woodrow Wilson School.