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The Peace & Justice Studies Association announces its 2017 annual conference…
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Steven Spielberg’s latest film, The Post, has generated renewed interest in the history surrounding the Pentagon Papers and Daniel Ellsberg’s role, only briefly highlighted in the film.
In this issue of Conflict and Society, three special sections are featured: Private Security, Contentious Concepts, and Digital Memories of Peace and Conflict. "Ethnographies of private security" are explored, a cross-disciplinary approach to researching contentious concepts is taken up, and the role of the Digital Age in peace and conflict studies is analyzed.
Marking the 50th anniversary of the 1967 March on the Pentagon, leaders of the Vietnam Anti-War Movement and supporters will gather in Washington DC on Friday, October 20 and Saturday, October 21 for a series of events commemorating the largest grassroots effort in American history.