ICU professor of international relations and RPS organizing committee member Giorgio Shani co-authored a new book chapter in Practical Approaches to Peacebuilding: Putting Theory to Work. He recently presented on his book chapter at the International Studies Association (ISA) conference in Atlanta.
Professor Shani co-authored the book chapter, Religion and Peacebuilding: Human Insecurity and the Colonial Legacy in Myanmar, with his former student Sana Saeed. Sana was a Rotary Peace Fellow and graduate student at ICU from 2013-15, and is currently studying for her Masters of Divinity at Harvard University.
The book's editors are Pamina Firchow, assistant professor of conflict analysis and resolution at George Mason University's School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, and Harry Anastasiou, professor of international peace and conflict studies and director of the Conflict Resolution Program at Portland State University.
The authors featured in this volume include faculty, students, and alumni of the Rotary Peace Centers at the University of Bradford, UK; Uppsala University, Sweden; International Christian University, Japan; the University of Queensland, Australia; and the joint center of Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States. For more information or to order, click here.