Below you may find selected research articles from Peace Studies faculty in the Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

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Submissions from 2021

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Evolutionary Possibilities of Democratization and Atavistic Nationalism: A Comparative Study of Unrecognized States, Hilmi Ulas

Submissions from 2020

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Boyd and Blaser: An Uneven COVID-19 Toll in Orange County and Elsewhere — Orange County Isn’t the World, But is Part of It, Art Blaser and LouAnne Boyd

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Failure to Protect: Why the International Community Will Fail to Respond to the Cultural Genocide of Turkish Cypriot People, Hilmi Ulas

Submissions from 2017

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Driverless Cars and Disability: Alternative Worlds in Media Presentation, Art Blaser

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Introducing International Relations: Placing “Disability”, Art Blaser

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Multiple Perspectives on Service Animals in Society, Arthur W. Blaser

Submissions from 2016

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De Facto Sovereignty and Population Displacement as Tools of Conflict, Hilmi Ulas

Submissions from 2012

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Conflict and the Consequences of Isolation: A Comparative Study, Hilmi Ulas

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The Question of Cultural Genocide and Racism: Personal Reflections on the Case of Northern Cyprus, Hilmi Ulas

Submissions from 2011

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Oppositional Identities: The Military Peace Movement’s Challenge to Pro-Iraq War Frames, Lisa A. Leitz

Submissions from 2010

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Review of “Sisters Outside: Radical Activists Working for Women Prisoners, by Jodie Michelle Lawston”, Lisa A. Leitz

Submissions from 2008

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Arab Feminist Union, Lisa A. Leitz

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General Union of Palestinian Women, Lisa A. Leitz

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Military Families, Lisa A. Leitz

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Woman's Peace Party, Lisa A. Leitz

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Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Lisa A. Leitz

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Women's Peace Society, Lisa A. Leitz

Submissions from 2006

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A Matter of Principle: Humanitarian Arguments for the War in Iraq, edited by Thomas Cushman, Lisa A. Leitz

Submissions from 1992

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How To Advance Human-Rights Without Really Trying - an Analysis Of Nongovernmental Tribunals, Arthur Blaser