Innovations in Peace and Education Praxis is a new collection on peace education co-edited by Tim Archer, Basma Hajir and Will McInerney. Drawing on the work of the Cambridge Peace and Education Research Group, alongside that of international practitioner-scholars, the book responds to calls for a transdisciplinary approach to peace and education research, interventions in educational settings, and alternative ontologies in peace and education work. The publication contains 11 practitioner-focused research chapters from a variety of international contexts alongside a reflexive-based afterword by Kevin Kester, Michalinos Zembylas, Edward Brantmeier and Basma Hajir and a foreword by Hilary Cremin. Maria Hantzopoulos, Professor of Education at Vassar College, has described the book as “a timely, necessary and important contribution” and “a work of passion and imagination, one that implores us to consider reflexivity in our work and commitments so that new trajectories for societal change open and emerge”. The book is aimed at researchers, academics, and educators with interests in conflict and peace-related topics.
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