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A Model to Examine Trauma and Violence
Megan Bollen, Social Science, Alverno College What are the commonalities in the progression of violence? Are there defining characteristics in
Bans and Remote Borders: Dissent under Difficult Conditions
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Creative Transformation of Conflict: A Case Study of Makungu High School in Bukavu, Democratic Republic of Congo
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Peace Education in Urban Schools
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How to Avert Yet Another War in the Middle East
Ali R. Abootalebi, Professor of Political Science, teaches Global and Middle Eastern Politics at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. He
Dialogue: an Ethic for U.S. Cities
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