School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development

Faculty Publications


Articles in Refereed Journals
Books/Monographs
Edited Books
Chapters in Books

Articles in Refereed Journals

2016
  • Sen, Debarati. “Affective Solidarities? Participating in and Witnessing Fair Trade and Women’s Empowerment in Transnational Communities of Practice.” Anthropology in Action (2):13-18 [Journal special issue titled: Towards Communities of Practice in Global Sustainability, Part Two, Guest Editors: Carl A. Maida and Sam Beck]
  • Charity Butcher and Maia Carter Hallward. ”Bridging the Gap between Human Rights and Peace: An Analysis of NGOs and the United Nations Human Rights Council”. ISP-Apr-2015-0037.R1. International Studies Perspectives
  • Brandon Lundy and Akanmu Adebayo. “Introduction,” Journal of Global Initiatives: Policy, Pedagogy, Perspective, Vol.10, No.2, pp. 1-5. Special Edition on “Sustainable Livelihoods and Conflict”
  • Maia Carter Hallward and Crystal Douglas. ”Tweeting Resistance: The Evolution of Engagement Frameworks, Research in Social Movements, Conflict and Change, Vol 40 (forthcoming)
  • Pallas, C. and C. Butcher ‘Using Dating as an Analogy to Teach IR Theory’, European Political Science. Available online, doi:10.1057/eps.2015.111. Print version in press.
  • Pallas, C. and A. Guidero. Forthcoming. ‘Reforming INGO Accountability and Representivity: Supply vs. demand-driven models’, International Studies Review.
  • Pallas, C. and L. Nguyen. Forthcoming. ‘Donor Withdrawal and the Future of Civil Society in Vietnam: Problems and Solutions from the HIV/AIDS Sector’, Development Policy Review.
  • Pallas, C. Forthcoming. ‘Inverting the Boomerang: Examining the Legitimacy of North-South-North Networks in Transnational Advocacy’, Global Networks.
  • Pallas, C. Forthcoming. ‘Brief: Aid Reduction and Local Civil Society in Conflict-Affected States: New Research and Stakeholder Dialogue’, Journal of Peacebuilding and Development. In press.
  • Pincock, Heather and Timothy Hedeen. “Where the Rubber Meets the Clouds: Anticipated Developments in Conflict and Conflict Resolution Theory” Ohio State Journal of Dispute Resolution 31, no 3 (2016), 431-449.
  • Raines, Susan S., Yeju Choi, Joshua Johnson and Katrina Coker. "Safety, Settlement and Satisfaction in Domestic Relations Mediations: New Findings" Family Courts Review, October (Forthcoming)
  • Raines, Susan S. and Yeju Choi, 2016. "Throwing Punches and Chairs: Mediators' Experiences with Violence in Mediation" Negotiation Journal (October (forthcoming)
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Books/Monographs

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2014
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2012
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2010
  • Adebayo, Akanmu G. In the Sphere of the Dragon: China’s Economic Relations with Africa in the New Millennium. Ibadan: Ibadan School of History Monograph Series No. 2.

Edited Books

2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010

Chapters in Books

2016
2015
  • Adjei, Joseph Kingsley, and Akanmu G. Adebayo. Colonial Justice and Conflict Management: The Case of Chief Seniagya and the Ashanti Golden Stool. In Akanmu G. Adebayo, Brandon D. Lundy, Jesse J. Benjamin, and Joseph Kingsley Adjei, eds. Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies in West Africa: Beyond Right and Wrong. Pp. 103-114. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
  • Benjamin, Jesse J., and Akanmu G. Adebayo. Conclusion: Implications of Epistemic Diversity for Conflict Management in West Africa and the World. In Akanmu G. Adebayo, Brandon D. Lundy, Jesse J. Benjamin, and Joseph Kingsley Adjei, eds. Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies in West Africa: Beyond Right and Wrong. Pp. 323-332. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
  • Fletcher, K., and H. Gao. Cross-Cultural Engagement and the Effectiveness of Overseas NPOs: Peace Corps Volunteers in Gambia. In J. M. Smith and M. Kramer, eds. Case Studies in Volunteering and NGOs. New York: Peter Lang Publisher.
  • Hallward, Maia. A 'Peace by Piece' Look at the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. In Lucia Volk, ed. The Middle East in the World: An Introduction. Chapter 11. Routledge.
  • Lieberman, Robbie. The Missing Peace: Charlotta Bass and the Vision of the Black Left in the Early Cold War Years. In Howard Brick, Robbie Lieberman, Paula Rabinowitz, eds. Lineages of the Literary Left. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
  • Lundy, Brandon D., and Joseph Kingsley Adjei. Introduction: Reconciliation and Conflict Management in West Africa through Cultural Tradition. In Akanmu G. Adebayo, Brandon D. Lundy, Jesse J. Benjamin, and Joseph Kingsley Adjei, eds. Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies in West and Central Africa: Beyond Right and Wrong. Pp. 1-18. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
2014
  • Adjei, Joseph Kingsley, and Akanmu G. Adebayo. Indigenous Conflict Resolution Strategies in Monarchical Systems: Comparison of the Nature, Effectiveness, and Limitations of the Yoruba and Akan Models. In Akanmu G. Adebayo, Jesse Benjamin, and Brandon D. Lundy, eds. Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies: Global Perspectives. Pp. 85-102.Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
  • Bingol, Baran, and Jesse Benjamin. Mesopotamia’s Indigenous Revival: Discourse, Representation and Imagined Sovereignty. In Akanmu Adebayo, Jesse Benjamin, and Brandon D. Lundy, eds. Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies: Global Perspectives. Pp. 217-238. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
  • Benjamin, Jesse. ‘What About the Half, That’s Never Been Told?’: Jewish Whiteness as a Barometer of the Pitfalls of Modern Unicentric Epistemology. In Babacar M’bow, Carole Boyce Davies, and Adrienne von Lates, eds. MOCA: Reclaiming Art, Power, Ideas and Vision in an Ethnically Plural Community. North Miami: Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami.
  • Benjamin, Jesse J., and Brandon D. Lundy. Introduction: Indigeneity and Modernity, From Conceptual Category to Strategic Juridical Identity in the Context of Conflict. In Akanmu G. Adebayo, Jesse Benjamin, and Brandon D. Lundy, eds. Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies: Global Perspectives. Pp. 1-11. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
  • Dorff, Robert H. U.S. National Security Strategy and NATO. In Liselotte Odgaard, ed. Strategy in NATO: Preparing for an Imperfect World. Pp. 43-58. Houndmills: Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Lieberman, Robbie. The Long Black and Red Scare: Anticommunism and the African American Freedom Struggle. In Robert Justin Goldstein, ed. Little Red Scares: Anticommunism and Political Repression in the United States, 1921-1946. Pp. 261-288. Surrey, England: Ashgate Publishing.
  • Lundy, Brandon D. Monitoring Conflicts of Interest: Social Conflict in Guinea-Bissau’s Fisheries. In Akanmu G. Adebayo, Jesse J. Benjamin, and Brandon D. Lundy, eds. Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies: Global Perspectives. Pp. 151-165. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
  • Marktanner, Marcus, Brian Calfano, and Christina Michelmore. Elite-Led Consideration of the Role of Women in MENA Politics - Some Initial Experimental Findings. In Brian Calfano, ed. Assessing MENA Political Reform, Post- Arab Spring: Mediators and Microfoundations. Pp. 151-171. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
  • Marktanner, Marcus, and Brian Calfano. Introduction. In Brian Calfano, ed. Assessing MENA Political Reform, Post- Arab Spring: Mediators and Microfoundations. Pp. 1-34. Lexington Books.
  • Sen, Debarati, Ferdinand Kwaku Danso, and Natalia Menses. Conclusion: Culture and Conflict Management: The Need for a Paradigm Shift. In Akanmu G. Adebayo, Jesse Benjamin, and Brandon D. Lundy, eds. Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies: Global Perspectives. Pp. 257-264-102.Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
2013
  • Benjamin, Jesse. Katama Mkangi’s Subaltern Sociology: Legacies of Race and Colonialism at the Coast of East Africa. In Rebecca Gearhart and Linda Giles, eds. Recentering Kenya Coastal History and Culture: The Mijikenda and their Neighbors. Africa World Press.
  • Gao, H. M., and E. Gheorghiu. Powering toward ‘Cultural Hybridization’ in Post–Acquisition Integration: A Six-Tier Communication Gap Learned from the Case of Duracell and Nanfu. In Transforming Business, Transforming People: The Art and Science to Build High-Performance Organizations in a Global Environment. Pp.167-181. Bucharest: ASEBUS.
  • Gao, M. H., and D. Womack. How Caucasian parents communicate identity to adopted Chinese daughters. In A. Gonzalez and T. M. Harris, eds. Mediating Cultures: Parenting in Intercultural Contexts. Pp. 43-57. Plymouth, UK: Lexington Books.
  • Lieberman, Robbie. ‘Put My Name Down’: U.S. Communism and Peace Songs in the Early Cold War Years. In Robert Adlington, ed. Red Strains: Music and Communism outside the Communist Bloc after 1945. Pp. 119-131. London: Oxford University Press.
  • Lundy, Brandon D. Cabral and Freire: The Importance of Cultural Capital in Re-Building a Successful Education System in Guinea-Bissau. In Firoze Manji and Bill Fletcher Jr., eds. Claim No Easy Victories: The Legacy of Amilcar Cabral. Pp. 365-378. Dakar: CODESRIA/Daraja Press.
  • Paracka Jr., Daniel J. The Kalamazoo/Fourah Bay College Connection: Lessons Learned from Study Abroad in Africa. In Brandon D. Lundy, and Solomon Negash, eds. Teaching Africa: A guide for the 21st Century Classroom. Pp. 202-210. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
  • Rodney, Patricia, Asha T. Rodney, Jesse Benjamin, Hashim Gibrill, and Senai Abraha. Walter Rodney and Amilcar Cabral: Common Commitments and Connected Praxis. In Firoze Manji and Bill Fletcher Jr., eds. Claim No Easy Victories: The Legacy of Amilcar Cabral. Pp. 297-314. Dakar: CODESRIA/Daraja, 2013.
2012
  • Adebayo, Akanmu G. The Nigerian Diaspora’s Understanding of and Responses to Corruption in Nigeria: Empirical Evidence from Nigerians in Georgia, USA. In H. Mohammed, M. Aluaigba, and K. Aminu, eds. Corruption, Governance, and Development in Nigeria: Perspectives and Remedies. Kano, Nigeria: Aminu Kano Center for Democratic Research and Training.
  • Lundy, Brandon D. The Involution of Democracy in Lusophone West Africa. In Akanmu G. Adebayo, ed. Managing Conflicts in Africa’s Democratic Transitions. Pp. 119-140, 191. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
  • Lundy, Brandon D. Making Africa Accessible: Bringing Guinea-Bissau into the University Classroom. In Robert Shanafelt, ed. Building Bridges in Anthropology: Understanding, Acting, Teaching and Theorizing. Pp. 147-174. Knoxville, TN: Newfound Press.
  • Lundy, Brandon D. Spiritual Spaces, Marginal Places: The Commodification of a Nalú Sacred Grove. In Sarah Lyon and Christian Wells, eds. Contested Economies: Global Tourism and Cultural Heritage. Pp. 121-142. Lanham, MD: Altamira Press.
  • Pincock, Heather. Does Deliberation Make Better Citizens? In Tina Nabatchi, John Gastil Matt Leighninger, and G. Michael Weiksner (Eds). Democracy in Motion. New York: Oxford.
  • Pynn, Thomas. I am not an I: Performative (Self)Identity in the Poetry of Bob Kaufman. In Sharin Elkholy, ed. The Beats and Philosophy. Pp. 79-95. Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky Press.
  • Sen, Debarati. Illusive Justice: Subnationalism and Gendered Labor Politics in Darjeeling Plantations. In Srila Roy, eds. New South Asian Feminisms: Paradoxes and Possibilities. Pp. 131-150. London: Zed Books.
2011
  • Cerami, Joseph R., Jared E. Bennett, and Robert H. Dorff. Introduction: Strategic Assessments and National Security Reform. In Joseph R. Cerami, Robert H. Dorff, and Matthew Harber, eds. National Security Reform 2010: A Midterm Assessment. Carlisle, PA: U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute.
  • Hallward, Maia Carter. International Law and the Case of Operation Cast Lead: ‘Lawfare’ and the Struggle for Justice. In Maia Carter Hallward, and Julie M. Norman, eds. Nonviolent Resistance in the Second Intifada: Activism and Advocacy. Pp. 111-132. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Hallward, Maia Carter, and Julie M. Norman. Conclusion: Prospects for Nonviolent Resistance in Palestine-Israel. In Maia Carter Hallward, and Julie M. Norman, eds. Nonviolent Resistance in the Second Intifada: Activism and Advocacy. Pp. 163-176. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Hayes, S. Community engagement in peace and conflict studies: Connecting and advancing pedagogy, research, and practice. In T. Matyók, S. Byrne, and J. Senehi, eds. Critical Issues in Peace and Conflict Studies: Implications for Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy. Pp. 329-348. Lexington Books.
  • Hayes, S. Understanding conflict resolution from the inside out or why 800 pound gorillas aren’t great mediators. In New Opportunities for Peacemaking 2011 Dispute Resolution Section Annual Meeting and Conference. Pp. II1-II8. Cary, NC: North Carolina Bar Association Foundation.
  • Lepadatu, Darina, Cristina Stephens-Gheorghiu, and Gilbert Lepadatu. The Stranger in the Classroom: The Professional Acculturation of Romanian Faculty at Georgia’s Universities. In Sarah Robbins, Sabine Smith, and Federica Santini, eds. Bridging Cultures: International Women Faculty Transforming the US Academy. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
  • Marktanner, Marcus. A Social Market Economy Perspective on Khaldun’s Teachings. In T. Birringer, ed. The Social Market Economy and Islamic Finance, Common Value-Based Approaches. Pp. 96-112. Abu Dhabi: Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
  • Marktanner, Marcus, and Joerg Winterberg. Consenso de Washington vs. Economia Social de Mercado. In S. Kaess and I. Velasquez Castellanos, eds. Una Mirada a la Teoría, a los Modelos Económicos, a las Bases Conceptuales y al Modelo de la “Economía Social de Mercado. Pp. 101-125. La Paz: Fundacion Konrad Adenauer.
  • Marktanner, Marcus. The Social Market Economy – Conception and Misconceptions. In S. Kaess and I. Velasquez Castellanos, eds. Una Mirada a la Teoría, a los Modelos Económicos, a las Bases Conceptuales y al Modelo de la “Economía Social de Mercado. Pp. 237-257. La Paz: Fundacion Konrad Adenauer.
  • Noiset, Luc P., and Mark Rider. Obstacles to Decentralization in the Republic of Tanzania. In Jorge Martinez-Vazquez and François Vaillancourt eds. Obstacles to Decentralization: Lessons from Selected Countries. Edward Elgar Publishing.
2010
  • Adebayo, Akanmu. Introduction. In Hakeem Tijani, Raphael Njoku, and Tiffany Fawn-Jones, eds. Africa and the Wider World. Pp.ix-xix. New York: Pearson.
  • Baker, W. E., and P. A. Harris. Success Stories: Proactive Responses to Immigration. In Cameron D. Lippard, and Charles A. Gallagher, eds. Being Brown in Dixie: Race, Ethnicity, and Latino Immigration in the New South. Boulder, CO: First Forum Press.
  • Dorff, Robert H. Introduction. In Gabriel Marcella, ed. Teaching Strategy: Challenge and Response. Carlisle, PA: U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute.
  • Franke, Volker C. Making Sense of Chaos: Teaching Strategy Using Case Studies. In Gabriel Marcella, ed. Teaching Strategy: Challenge and Response. Pp. 241-274. Carlisle, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College.
  • Lieberman, Robbie. Anticommunism and Peace Movements. In Nigel Young, ed., International Encyclopedia of Peace. Vol. 1, Pp. 58-59. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Marktanner, Marcus. Adressing the Marketing Problem of the Social Market Economy. In C. Glossner and D. Gregosz, eds. 60 Years of Social Market Economy - Formation, Development and Perspectives of a Peacemaking Formula. Pp. 170-188. Berlin: Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

    Marktanner, Marcus, and Samir Makdisi. Precarious Consociationalism: Lebanon's Predicament in Promoting Development. In K. C. Roy, A. Medhekar, and H. Chittoo, eds. Readings in World Development, Globalization and Development: Country Experiences. Pp. 191-206. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Marktanner, Marcus, Fadia Kiwan, and Samir Makdisi. Lebanon: The Constrained Democracy and its National Developmental Impact. In I. Elbadawi and S. Makdisi, eds. Democracy in the Arab World: Explaining the Deficit. Pp. 114-115. London: Routledge.
  • Noiset, Luc P., Jorge Martinez-Vazquez, and Mark Rider. Assignment of the Property Tax: Should Developing Countries Follow the Conventional View? In Roy Bahl, Jorge Martinez-Vazquez, and Joan Youngman, eds. Challenging the Conventional Wisdom of the Property Tax. Lincoln Institute Press.
  • Pallas, C. Good Morals or Good Business? NGO Advocacy and the World Bank’s 10th IDA. In A. Uhlin and E. Erman, eds. Legitimacy Beyond the State? Re-examining the Democratic Credentials of Transnational Actors. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Pynn, Thomas. Introducing Students to Classical Indian Philosophy. In David Jones, ed. Asian Texts-Asian Contexts: Encounters with Asian Philosophies and Religions. Pp. 76-89. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.