Student and Alumni Publications

Listed in descending order by publication date.

 

2021

Marcantonio, R.A., Field, S., Bai Sesay, P. and Lamberti, G. 2021. "Identifying Human Health Risk from Precious Metal Mining in Sierra Leone." Regional Environmental Change. Vol. 21 (1) p. 12.

2020

Güiza-Gómez, Diana Isabel, Bautista-Revelo, Ana Jimena, Malagón-Pérez, Ana María, and Uprimny-Yepes, Rodrigo. 2020. The Constitution of the Peasantry. Struggles for Recognition and Redistribution in the Legal Field [La Constitución del Campesinado. Luchas por Reconocimiento y Redistribución en el Campo Jurídico]. Bogotá: Dejusticia. 

Güiza-Gómez, Diana Isabel, Santamaría-Chavarro, Camila Andrea, and Uprimny-Yepes, Rodrigo. 2020. "Colombia's Fuerza Pública (Security Forces) in The Special Jurisdiction for Peace: Special Treatment or Preferential Treatment?," in Jus Post Bellum. Restraint, Stabilisation, and Peace, edited by Patrick Leiden, 252-280. Brill | Nijhoff. 

Marcantonio, R.A. (Peace Studies and Anthropology Ph.D. student) 2020 "“Toxicity travels in a changing climate.” Environmental Science & Policy. no 114560-569 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2020.09.029 

Scrafford, Katie. (Peace Studies & Psychology) “I Did It to Save My Children”: Parenting Strengths and Fears of Women Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. November 2020. doi:10.1177/0886260520969231. (Co-authored with Miller-Graff, Laura, Umunyana AG, Schwartz LE, and Howell KH)

Marcantonio R.A. (Peace Studies and Anthropology Ph.D. student) and Kristina Hook (Ph.D. ’20), The Environment in Warfare-Related Policy Making: The case in Ukraine.” Small Wars Journal. 25 October 2020. 

Adnani, Niloofar.  (Peace Studies graduate minor and MGA ’21) “Trump is waging a quiet war against civilians in Iran as the coronavirus pandemic drags on.” Business Insider. 24 October 2020

Fett, Anna (Peace Studies and History Ph.D. student) Covenant Brothers: Evangelicals, Jews, and U.S.-Israeli Relations. By Daniel G. HummelJournal of Church and State, Volume 62, Issue 3, Summer 2020, Pages 569–571, https://doi.org/10.1093/jcs/csaa050

Marcantonio R.A. (Peace Studies and Anthropolgy Ph.D. student) and Fuentes, Agustín. "A Clear Past and A Murky Future: Life in the Anthropocene on the Pampana River, Sierra Leone." Land 20209, 72

Yankoski, Michael (Peace Studies and Theology Ph.D. student), Tim Weninger & Walter Scheirer (2020) An AI early warning system to monitor online disinformation, stop violence, and protect elections, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 76:2, 85-90, DOI: 10.1080/00963402.2020.1728976

Kiptoo, William, M.A. ’14.  (2020) "Peace Connector Projects: Bishop Korir's Strategy for Grassroots Peacebuilding," The Journal of Social Encounters: Vol. 4: Iss. 1, 33-43. https://digitalcommons.csbsju.edu/social_encounters/vol4/iss1/4/

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

Lambelet, Kyle (Ph.D. '17). Feb 2020. ¡PRESENTE! Nonviolent Politics and the Resurrection of the Dead. Georgetown University Press.

Tarsha, Mary (Peace Studies and Psychology Ph.D. student); Park, Sohee; and Tortora, Suzi. 2020. Body-Centered Interventions for Psychopathological Conditions: A Review. Front. Psychol. 10:2907. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02907

2019

Marcantonio R.A. Field S, Regan PM (2019) Toxic trajectories under future climate conditions. PLoS ONE 14(12): e0226958. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0226958

Güiza-Gómez, Diana Isabel (Peace Studies and Political Science Ph.D. student) 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. (Peace Studies and Psychology 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 (Peace Studies and Political Science Ph.D. student) and ​​​​​​Uprimny-Yepes, Rodrigo. "Pacigerancia: el valor jurídico de los acuerdos de paz en el derecho internacional". Latin American Law Review, no. 3 (2019): 49-78. https://doi.org/10.29263/lar03.2019.03

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

Marcantonio, Richard A(Peace Studies and Anthropology Ph.D. student). (2020) Water, anxiety, and the human niche: a study in Southern Province, Zambia, Climate and Development, 12:4, 310-322, DOI: 10.1080/17565529.2019.1617664

 

Khan, Helal Mohammed (Peace Studies and Anthropology 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. (Peace Studies and Anthropology 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.