Publications, E-Zines and other Resources for Peacebuilding
Print and Online
- The Little Books of Justice & Peacebuilding series – edited by Howard Zehr, many written by CJP faculty past & present
- Faculty & Staff Publications – books and articles by faculty, staff, associates, alumni, and others associated with CJP
- Student & Alumni Papers – periodic papers from students and alumni, peer-reviewed and approved by CJP faculty before publication
- Beyond September 11th – A series of articles written by CJP faculty, past and present, in response to the events and ongoing implications of 9/11.
A Geneology of Ideas
This is a series of e-journals that introduce ideas and practices taught at the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding. Along with the written journals, we include podcasts and short videos.
Center for Justice and Peacebuilding
Summer Peacebuilding Institute
- March 2017
- September 2016
- February 2016
- January 2016
- September 2015
- April 2015
- March 2015
- December 2014
Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience (STAR)
- Read Tips for a Conflict Resolution Career by Ron Kraybill
- The Nested Model of Conflict developed by Maire Dugan is frequently cited, but the original paper is difficult to obtain. As a consequence, we think that some of her most important insights about the connection between overt conflicts and underlying issues of structural violence and injustice have been overlooked. We thank Columbia College (South Carolina) for their permission to house the original article where others can access it easily. The citation format used here is APA.
Dugan, Maire. “A Nested Theory of Conflict.” Women in Leadership 1, no. 1 (1996): 9–20.
- STAR Toolkit – printable trauma resources
- When a Parent is in Prison – photo documentary project led by Howard Zehr & Lorriane Stutzman Amstutz
- Women in Peacebuilding - 2004 PDF e-publication by Lisa Schirch
- CJP Email Listserv