Journal of Transdisciplinary Peace Praxis

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

Current Issue

Scheduled to be released on 30 January 2019

In the inaugural issue, the complex conflictual themes and relational dynamics exposed by human’s on-going late capitalist environmental degradation will be explored.

Articles in the Inaugural Issue

 

Environmental Crime and Restoration of the Future

Randall Amster, Head, Justice & Peace Studies; Environmental Studies, Georgetown University, USA

 

Can Communities Forge a Path to Peace?

Cathryne L. Schmitz, Professor Emeritus in Social Work, University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA & Lacey M. Sloan, Associate Professor in Social Work, University of Vermont, USA

 

From Eco-grief to Green Social Work

Sandra Engstrom, Lecturer in Social Work, University of Stirling, Scotland

 

Animal Lives Matter

Gwen Hunnicutt, Associate Professor in Sociology, University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA

 

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

 

Gas Flaring, Environmental Degradation and Community Agitation in West Africa

Vandy Kanyako, Assistant Professor in Conflict Resolution Programme, Portland State University, USA

 

Farmers Facing Climate Change in 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

 

Batak Toba Women: Contributing to Peace Ecology 

Maria Kardashevskaya, Ph. D. candidate in Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Manitoba, Canada