Welcome to the Center for Global Peace and Conflict Studies (CGPACS) at the University of California, Irvine.
CGPACS is a multi-discplinary program dedicated to promoting scholarly, student, and public understanding of international peace and conflict.
This website includes links to research and publications by CGPACS faculty, information about Center Events, and job opportunities and grants related to issues of global peace and conflict. We invite you to browse through our website, and we hope you will consider participating in CGPACS!
Iranian Rock: Voice of a Generation
4 October, 2014
The Syrian Tragedy: Causes, Dynamics, and Consequences
23 October, 2014
Ebola: What You Should Know
27 October, 2014
Conflicts in the Middle East: Navigating the Narratives
17 November, 2014
One Land, Two States: Israel and Palestine as Parallel States
24 November, 2014
Future of mobile pay looks promising but lots left to be done
13 December, 2014
Bill Maurer, anthropology and law professor, is quoted by Tweak Town Dec. 13, 2014
Police protests draw old, young, white, and black
9 December, 2014
David Meyer, sociology professor, is quoted by The Wall Street Journal, Fox News and Seattle PI Dec. 9, 2014
How to crack the mobile payments market
8 December, 2014
Bill Maurer, anthropology professor and social sciences dean, is CNBC, Dec. 8, 2014