University of Massachusetts Survey of Peace and Conflict Programs

By David J. Smith, October 25, 2016 I recently received this message from Jeff Pugh at the University of Massachusetts.  If you are affiliated with a Peace and Conflict Resolution program you will want to participate. Dear Colleague,   We are writing to invite your participation in a study on short-term (one week through one semester)Continue reading “University of Massachusetts Survey of Peace and Conflict Programs”

On the Frontier of Peace and Conflict Studies: Tulsa Community College

By: David J. Smith, February 16, 2015 The American frontier of the 19th century conjures up images of western towns lacking law and order, cattle drives and rodeos, not so peaceful encounters between eastern migrating “whites” and native populations, and pioneering farmers and their families staking out land claims. This imagery is particularly powerful in Oklahoma, which wasContinue reading “On the Frontier of Peace and Conflict Studies: Tulsa Community College”