Editor: Monisha Bajaj
Book Reviewer: Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams, Gettysburg College
Peace education itself is a contested term; its conceptions, and thus its manifestations, are quite varied. This is why this succinct volume proves to be so timely; it aims to "provide greater nuance to debates around peace education" (p. 2). Despite its daunting title, this volume is not presented as an authoritative stranglehold, but rather, as a way of historicizing the field of peace education, highlighting major conceptual threads and identifying the exciting prospects for the future of the field. [excerpt]
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Williams, H.M.A. Review of Encyclopedia of Peace Education. Edited by Monisha Bajaj; In Factis Pax Journal 2.1 (2008), 160-165.
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