Announcing a new book series of peace and human rights education

This series, published by Bloomsbury Academic, brings together cutting-edge scholarship on peace and human rights education from leading scholars and practitioners in the field. It will provide a cross-section of scholarly research as well as conceptual perspectives on the challenges and possibilities of implementing both peace and human rights education in diverse global sites. This series will bring forth the voices of scholars of peace education and human rights education to address key questions for undergraduate and Masters level students seeking to deepen their understanding of the field. There are several overarching goals of the series: (1) to highlight ground-breaking and rich studies and research on human rights and peace education around the globe; (2) to analyze limits and possibilities in the localization of peace education and human rights education in diverse contexts; (3) to provide historical contexts that have shaped the directions of the fields, (4) to amplify marginalized voices and scholarship, and (5) to serve as the nexus for key debates, questions, and issues in the field.

Series Editors

Monisha Bajaj (University of San Francisco, USA) & Maria Hantzopoulos (Vassar College, USA)

Advisory Board

Loreta Castro (Miriam College, Phillippines), Catalina Crespo Sancho (Defensora de los Habitantes, Costa Rica), Nancy Flowers (Human Rights Educators-USA, USA), Asha Hans (formerly Utkal University, India), Andre Keet (Nelson Mandela University, South Africa), David Macharia (University of Nairobi, Kenya), Margo Okazawa-Rey (Mills College, USA), Betty Reardon (International Institute on Peace Education, USA), Zeena Zakharia (University of Massachusetts, USA), Michalinos Zembylas (Open University of Cyprus, Cyprus)

Call for proposals

For more information or to discuss an idea for a book in the series, please contact: Series Editors: Monisha Bajaj, and Maria Hantzopoulos,  Commissioning Editor: Mark Richardson,

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