Complexity, Intractability, and Social Change

Submitted by Danielle Smith on Wed, 10 Jun 2015, 6:51pm

Intractable conflicts are those conflicts that persist over time and space. They draw us in and we seem to remain trapped in their grip despite efforts of many to resolve them. Examples are easy to identify – from national and international conflicts to a longstanding family feud. In his 10-minute talk, Dr. Peter Coleman will share a new way of thinking about and engaging in intractable conflict – through the lens of complexity science and dynamical systems theory

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Wednesday, June 10, 2015
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