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Hello members, friends and supporter of PJSA,
Like many nonprofits, the PJSA has been challenged to maintain the resources necessary for the business of providing professional opportunities and support for our members. Make no mistake: we are committed to you and the work that you do in the world, and have no plans of vanishing any time soon! Indeed, more so now than ever, our collective expertise and vision is essential for turning crises into opportunities and, ultimately, war into peace. Donate to the PJSA and help us continue this work.
Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA) Press Release Date: June 5, 2016 Re: PJSA hires Michael Loadenthal as new Executive Director Dear Friends and Colleagues,
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Peace & Change: A Journal of Peace Research This scholarly journal is co-published by PJSA and the Peace History Society. The journal features articles related to the creation of a peaceful, just, and humane society.
The Peace Chronicle A newsletter published by PJSA three times a year, featuring new scholarship and literature; the latest developments in peace research, peace studies and peace education; central issues in the peace and justice movement; book and film reviews; and other selected resources for educators and activists. Check out the latest issue of the Peace Chronicle by becoming a member today!
Issued by the Peace and Justice Studies Association Authored by Jeremy Rinker, Ph.D. and Laura Finley, Ph.D.
January 8, 2016 Dr. Philip Graham Ryken, President Wheaton College Blanchard Hall 501 College Avenue Wheaton, IL 60187 Dear President Ryken:
Position Paper: Guns Are Not the Solution to Gender-Based Violence Issued by the Peace and Justice Studies Association Authored by Heidi Huse, Ph.D., and Laura Finley, Ph.D. The Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA), in keeping with its mission and values, is opposed to the argument that deadly firearms are the primary if not sole solution to the very serious problem of sexual and domestic assault that traumatizes or kills men, women, and children around the world.