The Psychology of Peace and Violence Program stands in solidarity with the signatories of the January 2016 Peace Petition, who are now facing a fresh round of criminal indictments. Read our full statement
American civil right leader Reverend James Lawson, Jr. gave an inspiring and well-attended talk on April 28, 2014 as the final speaker in our year long Distinguished Speaker Series on Nonviolent Action and Civil Resistance. The talk was titled "Where do we go from here: Chaos or Community?" He is seen here with members of The Psychology of Peace and Violence Program.
Graduates Ramila Usoof-Thowfeek, Johanna Vollhardt and Rezarta Bilali are part of an international research team that received a large 5 year grant from the Swiss National Science Foundation/Swiss Programme for Research on Global Issues and Development for a project entitled:
Fostering Pluralistic Memories and Collective Resilience in Fragile Transitional Justice Processes
Dr. Ervin Staub's book Overcoming Evil: genocide, violent conflict and terrorism has won the 2012 Alexander George Book Award of The International Society of Political Psychology for the Best Book Published in 2011 in the Field of Political Psychology, and also won the the 2013 Ursula Gielen Global Psychology Book Award of the International Psychology Division of the American Psychological Association for significant and fundamental contributions to psychology as a global discipline.