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THE JOURNAL FOR THE STUDY OF PEACE AND CONFLICT

 
The Journal for the Study of Peace and Conflict is the peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal of the Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies, ISSN 1095-1962. The Wisconsin Institute has published a variety of scholarly articles, essays, teaching notes, and poetry on topics such as war, peace, global cooperation, domestic violence, and interpersonal conflict resolution; including questions of military and political security, the global economy, and global environmental issues. Editors promoted discussion of both strategic and ethical questions surrounding issues of war, peace, the environment, and justice. 
 
 
While the Wisconsin Institute remains committed to a balanced review of diverse perspectives on the topics listed above, the executive council has decided to suspend print editions of the Journal after the 2016 issue in favor of a more immediate on-line platform.  This platform is currently being developed and should include an active, moderated blog, opportunities for publication of short pieces on specific topics or pedagogical practices, and book reviews. Contributors will be welcome from all disciplines, and our intended audience will include scholars from a wide range of interests within the university community and educated members of the larger public. Please contact Kathryn Blakeman at wiinst@uwsp.edu with any questions.
 
The 2016 edition is available at the link on the left.
 
In December 2014, Editor Lynne Woehrle wrote an essay about the Journal in the 25th Anniversary issue of Peace Review. See the article here: Peace Review