Conferences & Events

Providing a Deeper Understanding for the Big Problems that Rise from Conflict in Society

The Dispute Resolution Research Center is a nationally-recognized center for research on conflict, collaboration, dispute resolution and negotiation. As part of our intellectual mission, we convene research conferences bringing together preeminent scholars to advance the study of conflict-related topics, such as ethnic conflict, relational and intergroup conflict, negotiations, social movements, and ethical breaches. These conferences aim to provide a deeper understanding of and potential solutions for the big problems that arise from conflict in society.

DRRC Intergroup Conflict & Cooperation Conference

June 14 - 15, 2019

By invitation only

Featured Events

Political Polarization Conference

After much consideration, we decided to postpone the 2020 Political Polarization Conference to a later date. We made this decision with the safety and well-being of all conference participants top of mind, and in accordance with Northwestern University’s COVID-19 guidance.

DRRC Intergroup Conflict & Cooperation Conference

DRRC hosted the inaugural Intergroup Conflict & Cooperation Conference in June 2019.

Culture and Negotiation Conference 2018

Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University hosted a conference on Culture and Negotiation from April 12 to April 14, 2018. The conference conveners, Jeanne Brett and Michele Gelfand, designed the conference to stimulate future research at the intersection of culture and negotiation.

Moral Psychology Summit

The summit, jointly organized by faculty members from the Marketing Department and Management & Organizations Department, will bring together diverse theoretical researchers who share an interest in the psychology of morality, with the goal of catalyzing new conceptual developments. The conference will spotlight recent theory-driven research and will showcase a dozen speakers.

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