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Volume 1, Number 1, Jan/Feb 2000

Recently Found in the Periodicals

The most recent issue of the Conflict Resolution in Education Network's publication The Fourth R (Vol 89, Nov-Dec 1999, Jan 2000) focuses almost entirely on higher education concerns. Articles of special interest to people working in higher education include:

  • O'Leary, D. Peace Studies? Conflict Resolution? Where are we now?
  • Warters, B. Moving Into the Millennium: Supporting Conflict Resolution in Higher Education.
  • Marcus, P.F. Conflict and Education: Through a Teacher's Eyes.
  • Harris, I, Glowinski, J, & Perleberg. Why Do Teachers Practice Peace Education?
  • Clechman, F. George Mason University's Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution and the Changing Field of Conflict Resolution.
  • Dugan, M.A. Distance Education in Conflict Resolution: What's Going On and What Value Does It Add?

Richardson, S.M. (1999). Promoting Civility: A Teaching Challenge. New Directions for Teaching 77.

This volume of New Directions for Teaching explores strategies for reducing conflict and incivility in the classroom.

Weigert, K.M. & Crews, R.J. (eds.) (2000). Teaching for Justice: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Peace Studies. American Association for Higher Education's Series on Service-Learning in the Disciplines.

Typical of this series, the volume opens with several scholarly essays focusing on theoretical and conceptual issues at the intersection of the discipline and the pedagogy of service-learning. Then faculty report their experiences integrating service-learning into undergraduate and graduate peace studies programs

Orders can be placed via fax and phone. If you have questions about the Series or need help ordering, call the AAHE Publications Orders Desk at (202) 293-6440 x11 or via email at The list price for the volume is $28.50 and $24.50 for AAHE members.

Peacing Together is an occasional newsletter produced by Tammy Lenski and Associates. Lenski's conflict resolution consulting and training practice specializes in the higher education area, and her newsletter, while brief, provides useful ideas for application in a range of settings. The newsletter is found at

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