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The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is peace education.


Six Superlative Sources

· Barash, David P. Introduction to Peace Studies. Wadsworth, 1991.

· Boulding, Elise. Building a Global Civic Culture: Education for an Interdependent World. Teachers College Press, 1989.

· Harris, Ian M., and Morrison, Mary Lee. Peace Education. McFarland. 2nd ed. 2003.

· Lopez, George A., ed. "Peace Studies: Past and Future." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 504 (July 1989): 9-127.

· Reardon, Betty A. Comprehensive Peace Education: Education for Global Responsibility. Teachers College Press, 1988.

· Wien, Barbara J., ed. Peace and World Order Studies: A Curriculum Guide. World Policy Institute, 1984.

Other Excellent Sources

· Academic Info: Peace Studies.

· Barash, David P., ed. Approaches to Peace: A Reader in Peace Studies. Oxford University Press, 1999.

· Cancian, Francesca M., and Gibson, James Wilson, eds. Making War/Making Peace: The Social Foundations of Violent Conflict. Wadsworth, 1990.

· Carey, Dennis. "A Discipline Development Model for Peace Studies." Peace and Change 6 (Winter 1980): 90-98.

· The Center for War/Peace Studies.

· Eckhardt, William. "Integrating Peace Research, Peace Education, and Peace Action." Peace Research 20 (January 1988): 65-78.

· Fink, Clinton F. "Peace Education and the Peace Movement since 1815." Peace and Change 6 (Winter 1980): 66-73.

· Finn, Mary E., ed. "Peace Education for the Nuclear Age." Peace and Change 10 (Summer 1984): full issue.

· The Five College Program in Peace and World Security Studies (PAWSS).

· The Fourth Freedom Forum.

· Harris, Ian M. "Principles of Peace Education." Peace and Change 15 (July 1990): 254-71.

· The Institute for Peace Studies at Rocky Mountain College.

· The Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies.

· Keen, Mike Forrest, ed. "The Pedagogy of Peace." Peace and Change 15 (July 1990): full issue.

· Kemp, Anita. "A Paradigm for Peace Studies Programs." Peace and Change 9 (Spring 1983): 73-80.

· Moylan, Prudence A. "Teaching Peace: The Challenge of Gendered Assumptions." Peace and Change 28 (October 2003): 570-74.

· Peace and Conflict Studies Internet Guide of the University of Sydney Library.

· The Peace and Justice Studies Association.

· Peace Studies Department of the College of Saint Benedict.

· Peace Studies Section of the International Studies Association.

· Reardon, Betty A., ed. Education for Global Responsibility. Teachers College Press, 1988.

· Sloan, Douglas, ed. "Education for Peace and Disarmament: Toward a Living World." Teachers College Record 84 (Fall 1982): full issue.

· Swarthmore College Peace Collection.

· The United States Institute of Peace.

· Wallenstein, Peter, ed. Peace Research: Achievements and Challenges. Westview Press, 1988.

· Washburn, A. Michael. "Peace Education at the Crossroads." Peace Movements in America, edited by Charles Chatfield. Schocken Books, 1973.

· The World Policy Institute.

· Zeiger, Susan. "Teaching Peace: Lessons from a Peace Studies Curriculum in the Progressive Era." Peace and Change 25 (January 2000): 52-69.

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