Marc Pilisuk 2011

Volume 1: History and Vitality of Peace Movements

  Part I: The Meaning of Peace
  Chapter 1 Eternal Peace Michael N. Nagler  
Chapter 2 A Philosophy of Peace Barry L. Gab  
  Chapter 3 Peace Development Today: An Overview Johan Galtung  
  Part II: The Peace Inheritance: Science and the Promise of Human Nature
  Chapter 4 The Evolution of Peace Michael N. Nagler & Angel Ryono  
  Chapter 5 Psychology and Peace Marc Pilisuk & Mitch Hall  
  Part III: A Societal Perspective
  Chapter 6 Cultural Understanding in Peacekeeping, Peacemaking, and Peace Building Paul R. Kimmel  
  Chapter 7 Rethinking "Identity" for a Global Age: Emerging Responsibilities and Duties Rebecca Joy Norlander & Anthony J. Marsella  
  Chapter 8 Cultures of Peace or Culture of Peace? David Adams  
  Part IV: Religious Dimensions of Peace
  Chapter 9 The Spirit of Change: Spiritual and Religious Resources for Peace and Justice Movements Donald Rothberg  
  Chapter 10 When Prayer and Revolution Became People Power Hildegard Goss-Mayer  
  Chapter 11 Catholic Social Teaching: Integrating the Virtue of Nonviolent Peacemaking Eli Sasaran McCarthy  
  Chapter 12 Alternatives to War and Violence: An Islamic Perspective Mohammed Abu-Nimer & James A. Badawi  
  Part V: Gender in War and Peace
  Chapter 13 Women: Battleground for War, Resource for Peace Gianina Pellegrini  
  Chapter 14 Nothing Short of a Revolution: Reflections on the Global Women's Movement Kavita Nandini Ramdas  
  Chapter 15 A Feminist Ethical Perspective on Weapons of Mass Destruction Carol Cohn & Sara Ruddick  
  Part VI: The Challenge Before Us
    Chapter 16 War, Peace, and Climate Change: A Billion Lives in the Balance Jan Egeland  
    Chapter 17 The Moment for Turning: Living as if Peace and Sustainability Really Mattered David C. Korten  
    Chapter 18 Against So Much Money and Power, Can the Peace Movement Succeed? Marc Pilisuk & Ellen Gaddy  
  A Final Word Marc Pilisuk & Michael N. Nagler