Routledge, 2013. This book, edited by Joyce Apsel and Ernesto Verdeja, provides an interdisciplinary overview of recent scholarship in genocide studies.
Forthcoming, University of Chicago Press, 2013. Atalia Omer cuts to the heart of the Israeli-Arab conflict, navigating complex arguments about ethnicity, boundaries and peace while highlighting groups that provide urgently needed resources for conflict analysis and peacebuilding.
ABC-CLIO, 2013. Written by Atalia Omer and Jason Springs, this book tackles the assumptions behind common understandings of religious nationalism, exploring the complex connections between religion, nationalism, conflict, and conflict transformation.
Princeton University Press, 2012. Gary Goertz and James Mahoney identify and discuss major differences between qualitative and quantitative research methods while seeking to promote tolerance and exchange of ideas.
University of California Press, 2012. Catherine Bolten's book tells the story of how ordinary Sierra Leoneans survived the decade-long war that devastated their country. The book illuminates a social world based on love, compassion, material exchange, and nurturing.
Brill, 2012. International law has lacked a widely accepted definition of armed conflict, despite the essential human rights and other rules that depend on such a definition. This book, edited by Mary Ellen O'Connell, contains the report of the International Law Association's Committee on the Use of Force and papers delivered at an interdisciplinary conference to inform the committee.
Jossey-Bass, 2012. Bernard Mayer weaves together the theory and practice of conflict resolution, using examples ranging from warring nations to family disputes. The book bridges the gap between abstract theoretical approaches and practical handbooks, serving as a resource for practitioners, professors, and students of conflict management.
Oxford University Press, 2012. Daniel Philpott proposes a fresh approach to political reconciliation that finds new inspiration in the ancient religious traditions of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism.
Carolina Academic Press, 2012. This book is designed to assist in lawyers in preparing to practice international dispute resolution. It is a comprehensive treatment of the full range of dispute resolution processes, including negotiation, mediation, inquiry, conciliation, arbitration, and adjudication.
SAGE Publications, 2012. Peter Wallensteen's highly popular text links conflict resolution theory to real-world cases, exploring ongoing situations in Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Sudan, the Côte d'Ivoire, Iran, Pakistan and the Arab democratic wave from a conflict resolution perspective.