Topol Summit brings together nonviolence scholars, practitioners and students

For the sixty scholars, practitioners, and students who gathered for the 2017 Topol Summit on Transforming the Research and Practice of Nonviolent Activism, the day was an opportunity to share ideas and inspiration across fields—and to strategize about how to use their individual perspectives and expertise to find new, creative approaches to conflict resolution.

Our Faculty, Students and Graduates in the News

Johanna Ray Vollhardt elected Vice President of the International Society of Political Psychology (2017-2020) and co-edited a special issue of the European Journal of Social Psychology on The Social Psychology of Collective Victimhood

Johanna Ray Vollhardt

Johanna Ray Vollhardt was elected as Vice President of the International Society of Political Psychology (2017-2020)  and recently co-edited a special issue of the European Journal of Social Psychology on The Social Psychology of Collective Victimhood, now available.

Review of talk on intergroup contact by Linda Tropp

Linda Tropp

Linda Tropp presented her years of research on the relationship between intergroup contact and its effect on racial tensions Monday April 3 in Thompson Hall. Community members and faculty from the psychology, sociology, public policy and economics departments attended the talk titled, “Are We Stronger Together? How Contact Between Groups Transforms Attitudes and Social Relations.”

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