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  • Meet Eben Weitzman ’84 Conflict Resolution Professor and Consider Graduate Study

    It was great to have the opportunity to meet Eben Weitzman ’84 at the Peace and Justice Studies Association meetings at Tufts University during the fall 2012 semester. Prof. Weitzman was sharing information at the meetings about programs in conflict resolution at the University of Massachusetts, where he teaches. He has kindly written a blog…

  • Transforming Ethnopolitical Conflict course aligns with visiting mural artist residency

    Drop-add has begun, and spots are available in Professor Lee Smithey’s course, Transforming Intractable Conflict (SOCI 025B).  This course is registered in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology but can also be counted toward a minor in Peace and Conflict Studies. How can long-term deadly conflicts between groups with opposing ethnic identities change in ways…

  • Video of Prof. Mubarak Awad’s 2011 visit

    Spurred by Dr. Kuttab’s visit to campus this past week, we are posting video of his colleague, Prof. Mubarak Awad’s visit to Swarthmore College on November 7, 2011. Photos are available here. The Daily Gazette covered the event. Both of these events were sponsored by Students for Peace and Justice in Palestine.   Mubarak Awad…