Tag Archives: peace studies

Begin everywhere: gender and peace studies

By Janet Gray Gender and peace studies: where do I even begin? Begin anywhere. Everywhere. Begin where you are. Find out where others are. Begin again. Anywhere—everywhere—where you are is a very particular place, with its own blind spots and resources, audiences and intentions, boxes and breezeways, roadblocks and visions. I’ll start where I was… read more

On Gender and Peace Studies: Where Are We?

by Prof. Laura Ng, University of North Georgia Where are we? This was one of my favorite questions when I was a kid–on road trips, school trips, or even going to run errands, I always wanted to know. Now that I am adult, I still find it to be one of the better questions to… read more

Drawing Out Nonviolence In Our Learning Communities

Guest post by peace educator Katie Zanoni “By education I mean an all-round drawing out of the best in the child and man – body, mind and spirit.” –Mahatma Gandhi This summer I received a unique opportunity to attend the first annual Metta Center for Nonviolence restorative retreat entitled, the Power of Renewal. Among the… read more