H-Peace is an international scholarly network that seeks to broaden understanding about historical and contemporary peace and justice concerns. An affiliate of the Peace History Society, H-Peace provides an easy way to stay informed of the latest developments in Peace History and Peace Studies, and to communicate with other scholars working and teaching in these fields.
H-Peace will specifically address issues of:
-nonviolent theory and practice
-disarmament, arms control, and international peacekeeping campaigns
-state-sponsored, non-governmental, and grassroots efforts to promote peace, social justice and human rights
-peace culture and education
-the impact of gender, race, class, sexuality, religion, nationality, and ethnicity on regional and global conflicts
-poverty, underdevelopment, epidemics, natural resources, and the global economy and environment as they pertain to questions of peace, war, and security
-nonviolent alternatives to violence and war
The H-Peace list is co-edited by Marian Mollin, mmollin@vt.edu, Ian Lekus, lekus@duke.edu, Scott Bennett, bennetts@georgian.edu, Christy Snider, csnider@berry.edu, and Amy Schneidhorst, aschne1@uic.edu. The editors serve two-year renewable terms, with the approval of the H-Net Executive Committee, and rotate their duties. The current editor will be identified in all messages coming from the list. The editors will solicit postings (by email, phone and regular mail), will assist people in managing subscriptions and setting up options, will handle routine inquiries, and will consolidate some postings. The editors will post and solicit announcements and calls for conferences, panels, fellowships, and other such matters. The editors invite suggestions regarding the scope and operation of H-Peace.
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