Caitlin Turner (Currie)
  • Ottawa, Ontario
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  • PhD Student, Carleton University
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New Issue of Unrest Magazine featuring Solon Simmons, Tatsushi Arai, Richard Rubenstien, Ali Erol, and More

Started Nov 21, 2013 0 Replies

The ninth instalment just might be our best yet.  We are excited to bring you a wide range of content addressing many contemporary conflicts and issues of violence.  The issue kicks off with two…Continue

Tags: and, Resolution, Analysis, Conflict, Magazine

Unrest Magazine Issue 8 - Call for Submissions

Started Feb 18, 2013 0 Replies

Unrest Magazine (http://www.unrestmag.com) is seeking submissions for our upcoming 8th issue.  The due date for submissions is March 15, 2013…Continue

Unrest Magazine Seeks Contributions for Issue #7

Started Aug 24, 2012 0 Replies

Unrest Magazine  is currently accepting submissions for our upcoming release.  We welcome pieces focusing on a range of topics dealing with…Continue

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The Reboot of Unrest Magazine: a new website, a new issue and a new approach to publishing

Started Apr 5, 2012 0 Replies

From the Editor-in-Chief of Unrest Magazine:In our brief existence as a publication, we’ve been amazed to witness how quickly the world can…Continue

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Craig Zelizer liked Caitlin Turner (Currie)'s discussion New Issue of Unrest Magazine featuring Solon Simmons, Tatsushi Arai, Richard Rubenstien, Ali Erol, and More
Nov 21, 2013
Caitlin Turner (Currie) posted a discussion

New Issue of Unrest Magazine featuring Solon Simmons, Tatsushi Arai, Richard Rubenstien, Ali Erol, and More

The ninth instalment just might be our best yet.  We are excited to bring you a wide range of content addressing many contemporary conflicts and issues of violence.  The issue kicks off with two pieces on the civil war in Syria.  Richard Rubenstein details the flaws in U.S. foreign policy to address all the stakeholders in the conflict, while …See More
Nov 21, 2013
Craig Zelizer liked Caitlin Turner (Currie)'s discussion Unrest Magazine Issue 8 - Call for Submissions
Feb 18, 2013
Caitlin Turner (Currie) posted a discussion

Unrest Magazine Issue 8 - Call for Submissions

Unrest Magazine (http://www.unrestmag.com) is seeking submissions for our upcoming 8th issue.  The due date for submissions is March 15, 2013 for publication in April.  We are primarily interested in articles that take a critical approach to matters of development, war, violence, and peace.  Currently we are prioritizing pieces dealing with events in Syria, Egypt, and Tunis, as well as, France's intervention in Mali, and US policy toward…See More
Feb 18, 2013
Caitlin Turner (Currie) posted a discussion

Unrest Magazine Seeks Contributions for Issue #7

Unrest Magazine  is currently accepting submissions for our upcoming release.  We welcome pieces focusing on a range of topics dealing with peace and conflict related issues.  Our current priority is to feature pieces dealing with the ongoing struggle in Syria, 2012, U.S. elections, and the rise of violence and extremism in relation to the financial crisis.  Regardless, all submissions will be considered.  Deadline for submissions is…See More
Aug 24, 2012
Caitlin Turner (Currie) updated their profile
May 28, 2012
Caitlin Turner (Currie) posted a discussion

The Reboot of Unrest Magazine: a new website, a new issue and a new approach to publishing

From the Editor-in-Chief of Unrest Magazine:In our brief existence as a publication, we’ve been amazed to witness how quickly the world can change.  From the Arab Spring to Occupy Wall Street there is a renewed interest in mass movements and large scale social protest.  Marx and Marcuse are back on reading lists and course syllabi.  Liberal frameworks of intervention, democratization, and post-conflict peacebuilding are increasingly coming…See More
Apr 5, 2012
S-CAR at GMU liked Caitlin Turner (Currie)'s blog post What's Next? #Occupy and the future of the American Left: A talk at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution
Dec 12, 2011
Caitlin Turner (Currie) posted a blog post

What's Next? #Occupy and the future of the American Left: A talk at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution

On Tuesday December 6, Faculty, students and the general public joined Unrest Magazine at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution for a spirited debate on the future of the Occupy Movement and the American Left. Occupy Wall Street and the growth of the Occupy Movement have launched the issues of inequality back into the political spotlight. The action taken on behalf of the 99% has reinvigorated populist politics in the U.S.…See More
Dec 9, 2011
Caitlin Turner (Currie) and Jennifer Lentfer are now friends
Nov 29, 2011
Caitlin Turner (Currie) posted discussions
Nov 29, 2011
Cameron M. Chisholm and Caitlin Turner (Currie) are now friends
Sep 26, 2011
Michael D. English replied to Caitlin Turner (Currie)'s discussion Unrest Magazine Issue Four July 2011 - Just Released
"The pdf version of Unrest Magazine Issue #4 is available for free at http://www.unrestmag.com Happy reading!"
Jul 21, 2011
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Social Media 4 Peace

Social Media 4 Peace is an active learning group designed to support individual organisation web-strategies to harness the peace development potential of the internet. We plan to co-publish our research findings to support our wider Peace community.
Jul 20, 2011
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Media and Peace

A place for people working or interested in the field of media's contribution to peace and conflict.
Jul 20, 2011

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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
Currently a PhD student at Carleton University, focused on communications and conflict. I obtained my MSc at the School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University.

Drawing on a diverse background of experience I focus my research on the use of technology for social change. In particular, the use of mobile ICTs in conflict escalation.
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Canada and the USA
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Canada
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
PhD Student, Carleton University
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Civil Society, Conflict Mainstreaming, Conflict Resolution, Information and Communication Technology, Media
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Communication, Information Technology, Program Design, Research

Caitlin Turner (Currie)'s Blog

What's Next? #Occupy and the future of the American Left: A talk at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution

Posted on December 9, 2011 at 12:27pm 0 Comments

On Tuesday December 6, Faculty, students and the general public joined Unrest Magazine at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution for a spirited debate on the future of the Occupy Movement and the American Left. Occupy Wall Street and the growth of the Occupy Movement have launched the issues of inequality back into the political spotlight. The action taken on behalf of the 99% has reinvigorated populist politics in the…

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At 2:53pm on March 27, 2011, Muhammad Tahir Tabassum said…

Dear Caitlin,

Feeling good to see your profile here.

We can be partners in common issues.

Peace.
At 1:14pm on September 14, 2010, Pastor Samuel Muderhwa M said…
Dear Caitlin
I would like to thanks for the good works you are doing and interest to be your friend and collaborate, see our page and website.

Samuel
At 7:35am on September 10, 2010, Alhaji Mohamed Warisay said…
Hi Cailin. Good that you've joined us. How are you?
At 9:12am on September 5, 2010, Sohail Mahmood said…
hello my dear caitlin
how are u doing?
At 1:29am on May 23, 2010, Sohail Mahmood said…
Caitlin

nice connecting here
how are u doing ?
best wishes
 
 
 

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