Doctoral Student Publications

2019

(listed in descending order by publication date)

Ash, Jude (Psychology & Peace Studies student) and Yoon, K. Lira. “Negative emotions and emotion avoidance in victim derogation.” Personality and Individual Differences, Volume 154, 1 February 2020.

Marcantonio R.A., Field S., Regan P.M. (2019) "Toxic trajectories under future climate conditions." PLoS ONE ,14(12): e0226958.

Güiza-Gómez, Diana Isabel and Saffon-Sanín, María Paula. “Colombia en 2018: entre el fracaso de la paz y el inicio de la política programática/Colombia in 2018: between the failure of peace and the beginning of programmatic politics.” Revista de Ciencia Política, Vol. 39, No. 2, 2019, pp. 217-237.

Tarsha, Mary S. (Psychology and Peace Studies Ph.D. student) and Narvaez, Darcia. “The Evolved Nest: A Partnership System That Fosters Child and Societal Wellbeing.” Interdisciplinary Journal of Peace Studies, Volume 6, Issue 3 Fall 2019.

Güiza-Gómez, Diana Isabel and ​​​​​​Uprimny-Yepes, Rodrigo. "Pacigerancia: el valor jurídico de los acuerdos de paz en el derecho internacional/Pacigerence: Legal Status of Peace Agreements Under International Law.Latin American Review, Vol. 3, July 2019, pp. 48-77

Lederach, Angela J. (Anthropology and Peace Studies, '19). "Youth provoking peace: an intersectional approach to territorial peacebuilding in Colombia." Peacebuilding, May 2019.  

Marcantonio, Richard A(Anthropology and Peace Studies Ph.D. student). "Water, anxiety, and the human niche: a study in Southern Province, Zambia," Climate and Development. 21 May 2019. 

 

Khan, Helal Mohammed (Anthropology and Peace Studies Ph.D. student). "The People’s Forest: Environmental Activism Surrounding the Sundarbans in Bangladesh." The Jahangirnagar Review, Part II: Social Science, Vol. XL, 2019, pp. 81-95

 

Marcantonio, Richard A. (Anthropology and Peace Studies Ph.D. student) and Bolten, C. 2019. "Farmers Facing Climate Change in Southern Zambia." Journal of Transdisciplinary Peace Praxis. Vol. 1 (1) p. 61-84.