Peace, Conflict and Violence book series is open to monographs, translations of monographs originally published in other languages, and edited volumes that engage with issues of peace(s), conflict, and/or violence(s) broadly understood. [Submit a book proposal]. In order to participate in already established discussions, create new debates, and expand the current scope of inquiry in international studies, we welcome theoretical, empirical, and methodological contributions that advance both the field of Peace and Conflict Studies and the way we think more broadly about violence and peace. The Peace, Conflict and Violence Series thus aims to contribute to debates about how we understand these concepts and experiences, who violence and peace target, who can be involved, how they can be enacted, and who can know them. With this series, we aim to create a space that encourages discussion, productive tensions, and engagement of scholars, practitioners, and activists alike, investigating some of the most pressing issues of our times and examining alternatives simultaneously. In doing so, we encourage engagement with a wide range of topics that relate to issues of peace processes, peacebuilding, peacekeeping, peace research, transitional and/or transformative justice, state building, political, economic and/or historical processes in conflict-affected societies.
Series Editors (in alphabetic order):
- Dr Bahar Baser, Coventry University, UK | Personal profile
- Dr Marcos S. Scauso, Quinnipiac University, USA | Personal profile
- Dr Elena B. Stavrevska, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK | Personal profile
Advisory board:• Dr Sahla Aroussi, University of Leeds, United Kingdom • Dr Nikos Christofis, Shaanxi Normal University, China • Dr Erika Decandido, Universidad Nacional de Villa María, Argentina • Dr Christelle Amina Djouldé, University of Ngaoundéré, Cameroon • Dr John Emery, Stanford University, USA • Dr Garrett Fitzgerald, University of Notre Dame, USA • Shauna Gillooly, University of California, Irvine, USA • Dr Biljana Kotevska, European Policy Institute, North Macedonia • Dr Sladjana Lazic, University of Tromso, Norway • Dr Vjosa Musliu, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium • Prof Ashok Swain, Uppsala University, Sweden • Dr Mohammedali Yaseen Taha, Nawroz University, Kurdistan Region of Iraq • Prof Esteban Ticona Alejo, Universidad de San Andrés, La Paz, Bolivia • Dr Sofia Zaragocin Carvajal, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
Books in this series can be inspected here