Journal of Transdisciplinary Peace Praxis

ISSN 2631-746X (Print) & 2631-7478 (Online)


Released on 30 January 2019

In the inaugural issue, the complex conflictual themes and relational dynamics exposed by human’s ongoing late capitalist environmental degradation have been explored.

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List of Contributors 3
Editor’s Welcome and Introduction
JEREMY RINKER, Assistant Professor & Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Peace & Conflict Studies, University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA
Environmental Degradation: Communities Forging a Path Forward
LACEY M. SLOAN, Associate Professor in Social Work, University of Vermont, USA & CATHRYNE L. SCHMITZ, Professor Emeritus in Social Work, University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA
Peering through Frames at Conflict and Change:Transition in the Los Angeles Urban Water System
MARCIA HALE, Assistant Professor in Peace and Conflict Studies, University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA & STEPHANIE PINCETL, Founding Director and Professor-in-Residence, California Centre for Sustainable Communities at University of California at Loss Angeles, USA
Farmers Facing Climate Change in Southern Zambia
RICHARD ‘DREW’ MARCANTONIO, Ph.D. candidate in Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and the Anthropology Department, University of Notre Dame, USA, & CATHERINE BOLTEN, Associate Professor in Anthropology, University of Notre Dame, USA
Gas Flaring, Environmental Degradation and Community Agitation in West Africa
VANDY KANYAKO, Assistant Professor in Conflict Resolution Programme, Portland State University, USA
The Batak Toba Women: Why Radical Rightful Resistance?
MARIA KARDASHEVSKAYA, Ph.D. candidate in Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Manitoba, Canada
Killing Time: Environmental Crimes and the Restoration of the Future
RANDALL AMSTER, Professor & Head, Justice & Peace Studies; Environmental Studies, Georgetown University, USA
Neoliberal Bio-politics and the Animal Question
GWEN HUNNICUTT, Associate Professor in Sociology, University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA
Recognising the Role Eco-grief Plays in Responding to Environmental Degradation
SANDRA ENGSTROM, Lecturer in Social Work, University of Stirling, Scotland
Curated by NILANJAN DUTTA, Associate Editor, JTPP
Book Review
BANDANA PURKAYASTHA, Professor of Sociology & Asian American Studies, University of Connecticut, USA & KOYEL KHAN, Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology Department, University of Connecticut, USA