Journal of Transdisciplinary Peace Praxis

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

Current Issue

Released on 21 July 2019

JTPP’s second issue deals with the true human costs of social conflict on institutions, communities, and the public good which seem to be slowly eroding in the current era of populist and authoritarian politics the world over.

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List of Contributors 5
Editor’s Welcome and Introduction
Dr Jeremy Rinker, Assistant Professor & Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Peace & Conflict Studies,  University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA
The ‘Normality’ of Social Conflicts: Why Post-War Political Instability Might (Sometimes) be a Good Thing
Dr Kathia Légaré, Professor (Part-Time), Saint-Paul University, Ottawa, Canada
Science and Art of Peace
Dr Samir Kumar Das, Professor of Political Science, University of Calcutta, India
Human Costs in Cleavage-Based Politics in the United States
Dr Stephen J Chapman, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Monmouth University, USA
When the Local is Global: Critical Pedagogy as Practice
Dr Daniel Rhodes, Director, Undergraduate Social Work Programme, University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA
Human Costs of Conflict in Nigeria: Roles and Responsibilities of Stakeholders
Dr Bosede Awodola, Head, National Peace Academy & Chief Research Fellow, Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution (IPCR), Nigeria
Human Costs of Reconciliation on South African Women in the South African Freedom (or Anti-Apartheid) Movement
Dr Narissa Ramdhani, Director, Ifa Lethu Foundation, South Africa & Director, Resource Mobilisation, Vaal University of Technology, South Africa
(Re)Claiming Human Dignity
Dr Amanda Smith Byron, Associate Professor in Conflict Resolution, Portland State University, USA
Restoring Trust in the Self through Failure: An Exploration of Singing as Reflective Practice and its Role in Nonviolent Social Change
Dr Lauren Michelle Levesque, Assistant Professor, Providence School of Transformative Leadership and Spirituality, Saint-Paul University, Ottawa, Canada
Curated by Nilanjan Dutta, Associate Editor, JTPP
Book Review
Nilanjan Dutta & Noor Ghazi, PhD Candidate in Peace and Conflict Studies, University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA