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The study of peace and nonviolence is interdisciplinary and its literature is found within many subject headings organized by the Library of Congress. This is a guide to selected sources of information related to Peace and Nonviolence Studies.

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Helpful places to find information about peace and nonviolence

This is a guide to selected sources of information related to Peace and Nonviolence Studies available in the URI Libraries, including, but not limited to, the subject headings:

  • Peace
  • Nonviolence
  • Pacifism
  • Passive Resistance
  • Social Reformers
  • Social Conflict
  • Civil Disobedience
  • Conflict Management
  • Interpersonal Conflict
  • Interpersonal Communication

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This guide is intended as a starting point in resources where works on peace and nonviolence intersect with topics such as Women's Studies, Ethics, Education, Philosophy, Political Science, Anthropology, Economics, etc.

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Created & Revised By

Created by Barbara Kenney, 3/01. Revised by Margaret J. Keefe, 3/02. Rev, Updated & Reformated by Anthony Loffredio 4/12, Revised by Anthony Loffredio 2/14.

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