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Research in Peace and Reconciliation

Research in Peace and Reconciliation

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The series »Research in Peace and Reconciliation« (RIPAR) provides a unique overview of the...mehr

The series »Research in Peace and Reconciliation« (RIPAR) provides a unique overview of the world-wide research on peace and reconciliation. The volumes follow a transdisciplinary perspective, linking Political Science, Psychology, History, Sociology, Law, Religious Studies, Theology, Economics and Cultural Anthropology with each other. The origins of the concept of reconciliation in the Bible are treated as well as the experiences from the commissions of Truth and Reconciliation around the globe, Muslim concepts of peace as well as the Social Psychology of intergroup reconciliation. Authors are internationally renowned, but also innovative younger researchers from many countries. The series is edited by Prof. Dr. Martin Leiner (Jena), in cooperation with: Dr. Zeina Barakat (Jena), Prof. Dr. Benoît Bourgine (Louvain-la-Neuve), Prof. Dr. François Dermange (Genève), Prof. Dr. Dennis Doyle (Dayton/Ohio), Prof. Dr. Makoto Mizutani (Kyoto), Prof. Dr. Arie Nadler (Tel Aviv), Prof. Dr. Dr. Bertram Schmitz (Jena), Prof. Dr. David Tombs (Otago), Dr. Francesco Ferrari (Jena). Volumes of this series: Vol. 1: Latin America between Conflict and Reconciliation Leiner, M. & Flämig, S. (Eds.) (2012), Latin America between Conflict and Reconciliation, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen. Vol. 2: Sub-Saharan Africa between Conflict and Reconciliation Leiner, M./Palme, M. & Stöckner, P. (Eds.) (2014), Sub-Saharan Africa between Conflict and Reconciliation, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen. Vol. 3: East Asia and Australia between Conflict and Reconciliation Tolliday, P./Kim, D.-C & Palme, M. (Eds.) (2015), East Asia and Australia between Conflict and Reconciliation, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen. Vol. 4: Former Soviet Union and East Central Europe between Conflict and Reconciliation, Lily Gardner Feldman, Raisa Barash, Samuel Goda & André Zempelburg, (Eds.) 2018 Vol. 5: The Balkans and South Caucasus between Conflict and Reconciliation, Rafael Biermann, Carolina Rehrmann, spring 2019; Vol. 6: North Africa and Near East between Conflict and Reconciliation, Martin Leiner & Davide Tacchini (Eds.) 2019 Vol. 7: Encountering the Suffering of the Other, Mohammed Dajani, Martin Leiner, Martin O’Malley, Arie Nadler & Shifra Sagy. Further Volumes forthcoming.

Research in Peace and Reconciliation