Robert C. Johansen retired this year but plans to continue his research, writing, and advocacy for peace.
Julie Macfarlane's quest to document and analyze the North American notion of shari’a has resulted in a new book and two new reports for policymakers, religious leaders, and the public.
Peace studies master's students joined their MBA and law school classmates in field visits to Guatemala, Egypt, Ethiopia, and Mindanao in the Philippines.
The director of the Kroc Institute has been elected to the nation’s leading learned society, recognizing people who have made outstanding contributions to science, scholarship, public affairs, and the arts.
Irene Perurena, M.A. ’91, of Panama was recently honored with the Kroc Institute’s 2010 Distinguished Alumni Award.
A high-level task force of academics, policymakers, lawyers and religious leaders has released a report urging U.S. policymakers to rethink the role of religion in world affairs.
Three scholars at the Kroc Institute have won visiting fellowships for research on Middle East conflict, economic sanctions, and political reconciliation.