Peace studies between tradition and innovation (Book, 2015) []
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Peace studies between tradition and innovation

Peace studies between tradition and innovation

Author: Randall Amster; Laura L Finley; Edmund Pries; Richard McCutcheon; Peace and Justice Studies Association,
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015.
Series: Peace studies (Newcastle upon Tyne (England)), 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats

The field of peace and conflict studies is rich in secular and faith traditions. At the same time, as a relatively new and interdisciplinary field, it is ripe with innovation.


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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Randall Amster; Laura L Finley; Edmund Pries; Richard McCutcheon; Peace and Justice Studies Association,
ISBN: 1443871664 9781443871662
OCLC Number: 900179540
Notes: Papers resulting from the 2013 Peace and Justice Studies Association conference--Page x.
Description: xx, 297 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
Contents: pt. I. Enduring questions. Revisualizing (in)justice: peace studies in the early 21st century / Joanna Swanger ; The ethics of power and the power of ethics: transformation as power diffusion / Michael Minch ; Skin in the game: the emergence of family-based anit-war organizing in the 21st century / Kelly Rae Kraemer ; Aboriginal-Canadian relations: curricular possibilities for reconciliation and peacebuilding / Jennifer A. Tupper --
pt. II. Organizing and activism. Activism, agency, and assemblage: performing resistance in Occupy Wall Street and Idle No More / Emily Welty ; Where you stand determines what you see: twenty-first century models of feminism, new media and peace activism / Amy Schneidhorst ; Human development, anthropogenic climate change, and the demands of justice / Michael Minch --
pt. III. Peace pedagogy. Othering: lessons from Rwanda for America's schools / Mishy Lesser ; University-school-community practices for peace and justice / Steve Sider [and others] ; Social justice education through activism and advocacy: a case study of the college brides walk / Kelly Concannon and Laura Finley ; Peace education as an ethical framework to situate restorative justice: locating the concerns of communities of color in peace and justice discourse / David Ragland --
pt. IV. Practical applications. Shaping peacebuilding partnerships between international and Palestinian NGOs: implications for peace studies / Wendy Kroeker ; Improving security through local peacebuilding: a municipal perspective on the Salvadoran gang truce / Kari Mariska Pries ; Humanizing global trade: the fair trade solution / Lowell Ewert and Jennifer Wiebe ; Teaching peace and the costs of war throug public art / Sharon Toffey Shepela.
Series Title: Peace studies (Newcastle upon Tyne (England)), 1.
Responsibility: edited by Randall Amster, Laura Finley, Edmund Pries and Richard McCutcheon.


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