Nonviolence

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Nonviolence: Origins and Outcomes opens up the topic of nonviolence in a refreshing new way. It bridges the stories of nonviolent social change with examples of nonviolence in everyday life.
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Overview

Nonviolence: Origins and Outcomes opens up the topic of nonviolence in a refreshing new way. It bridges the stories of nonviolent social change with examples of nonviolence in everyday life.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781425104252
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/6/2007
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 232
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.53 (d)

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Charles Collyer, a native of Hamilton, Canada, received his doctorate in Psychology from Princeton University in 1976. He is Professor of Psychology, and a former Chair of his department, at the University of Rhode Island. He was a co-founder of the Center of Nonviolence and Peace studies at URI. He lives in Kingston, Rhode Island and in Westminster, Maryland, where with Dr. Pamela Zappardino, he also co-directs the Ira and Mary Zepp Center for Nonviolence and Peace education.

Ira Zepp received his doctorate from St. Mary's Seminary and University, and did graduate work in Islam at Hartford Theological Seminary. He has studied in India, Mexico, Israel, and Eastern Europe. For 31 years he taught religious studies at McDaniel College (formerly Western Maryland College). He is this author of many articles and eight books, two of which are related to the thought of Martin Luther King, Jr. Presently he is Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at McDaniel College.

Bernard LaFayette, the author of the foreword, was a member of Martin Luther King's executive staff during the U.S. Civil Rights Movement, and has been a nonviolence educator for over forty years. A Harvard University Ed.D., he is a former President of his alma mater, American Baptist College in Nashville, Tennessee. He currently chairs the International Nonviolence Conference Board, and is Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence and Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island.

Ira Zepp received his doctorate from St. Mary's Seminary and University, and did graduate work in Islam at Hartford Theological Seminary. He has studied in India, Mexico, Israel,and Easter Europe. For 31 years he taught religious studies at McDaniel College (formerly Western Maryland College). He is this author of many articles and eight books, two of which are related to the thought of Martin Luther King, Jr. Presently he is Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at McDaniel College.

Bernard LaFayette, the author of the foreword, was a member of Martin Luther King's executive staff during the U.S. Civil Rights Movement, and has been a nonviolence educator for over forty years. A Harvard University Ed.D., he is a former President of his alma mater, American Baptist College in Nashville, Tennessee. He currently chairs the International Nonviolence Conference Board, and is distinguished Scholar-in-Residence and Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island.

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