Endowed Chair Stellan Vinthagen and Editor of the new Journal of Resistance Studies announces the publication of the inaugural issue. The Journal is an international, interdisciplinary and peer-reviewed scientific journal that explores unarmed resistance.
Linda Tropp, who has written several books on group dynamics and prejudice reduction, has received awards for her work and has presented social science evidence in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on racial integration, spoke with New England Psychologist’s Catherine Robertson Souter about the work she and her co-faculty members are doing with the UMass program and how their graduates are working to illuminate all sides of the issue of violence.
SWEDEN AND RUSSIA have long been wary neighbors, and their geopolitical rivalry took a bizarre turn at the end of April when an unlikely tactic was introduced into the Baltic Sea off the coast of Stockholm.
The Amherst, Massachusetts, public schools have been talking a lot about race since last year, when an African-American math teacher was the target of racist graffiti around the high school. In response, the school committee created a task force to advise it on matters of “equity.” Now, task force members want the district to tackle a more subtle form of racism — something called “implicit bias.