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The PJSA Peace Chronicle editorial team is excited to release the Fall 2018 - Winter 2019 issue! You can view it here.
Peace and Justice Activism in an Era of Disruptive Political Theater By: J. Rinker, S. Jafari, and T. Seidel [TO VIEW THE DOCUMENT AS A PDF]
[For a .PDF of this statement, click here] Dr. John Ettling President, State University of New York, Plattsburghpresident_office@plattsburgh.edu Dr. Jake Liszka Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, State University of New York, Plattsburghprovostfirstname.lastname@example.org
[Note: After a formal vote of the Board of Directors of the Peace and Justice Studies Association, on 17 August 2016 the Association signed the letter issued by the Middle East Studies Association in response to a wave of repression in Turkey following the attempted coup of 15 July 2016.] -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Position Paper: Gender-Based and Sexual Violence on College Campuses
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.
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! To view the current issue, members must be logged in, and click:
Issued by the Peace and Justice Studies Association Authored by Jeremy Rinker, Ph.D. and Laura Finley, Ph.D.