Journal of Transdisciplinary Peace Praxis

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

Current Issue

Released on 30 Januaryy 2020

JTPP’s third issue (Vol. 2, No. 1) is focused on exploring the limits of our current neoliberal capitalist ethos and cultural mindset. In this issue, one will find examples of peace researchers and activists challenging the realities of neoliberalism in the institutions of the media, on university campuses, and after natural disasters.

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Contents

List of Contributors 5
Editor’s Welcome and Introduction
JEREMY A RINKER 
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Mobilising Shared Strengths for Collective Peacebuilding with Newcomers MAUREEN K PORTER, NORBERT FRIETERS-REERMAN, STEPHANIE LANGLEY, SUSAN DAWKINS & ANKE REERMAN 16
A Pedagogy of Resistance: Reflections on Teaching Love and Indignation in a Neoliberal University RACHEL HALFRIDA CUNLIFFE 39
Transcending the ‘Neoliberal Self’ for Positive Peace: A New Balance between Individualism and Collectivism AYÇA DEMET ATAY 64
A Social Media Study of Neoliberal Populist Hegemony GAURAV SHAH 82
‘We are More, and We are Not Afraid’—Puerto Rican Summer 2019 MARTHA QUIÑONES DOMÍNGUEZ 105
Excavating to Educate under Hidden Neoliberal Value Systems JUNE GORMAN 130
Resisting the Neoliberal University: Situating Resistance in Critical Pedagogy JUSTIN HARMON, JOE COLE, DANIEL RHODES & JEREMY A RINKER 155
Kaleidoscope
Curated by NILANJAN DUTTA 
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Book Review DANIEL RHODES & SCOTTY PETERSON 181