CFP: "The Ethics of Action: Conflict Transformation, Peace, and Human Rights"

CFP for an edited volume:

"The Ethics of Action: Conflict Transformation, Peace, and Human Rights"

edited by
Douglas Irvin-Erickson
The School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason
University dirviner@gmu.edu

Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick
Kroc School of Peace Studies, University of San Diego School of
Sociology and Social Policy, University of Nottingham
caustin@sandiego.edu

Ernesto Verdeja

Re: New Discussion Editor

Thank you, Niels, for stepping in , and Robert Harris, for your years of service and leadership to H-CivWar!
I joined H-Net around 1995 as a graduate student and would love to see a return to more robust discussions. I've moved away from college-level teaching and now teach high school AP U.S. History and American Women's History, so the Civil War and Public History discussions are still hugely relevant to me!

Tiffany K. Wayne, PhD
Mount Madonna School
Watsonville, CA

Introducing a new age for H-CivWar

H-CivWar was one of the first five or six lists (as they were at the time) in the fledgling H-Net, ca. 1993. I was the founder of the list and have been the lead editor for it's entire span. That's a long time, too long, in my humble opinion. It's time for a new infusion of energy, so we have a new lead editor, Niels Eichhorn, and four new book reviewers. Together I look forward to greater energy and a return to the discussion format that has been missing for too long.

Smaldone on Morgan, 'International Communism and the Cult of the Individual: Leaders, Tribunes and Martyrs under Lenin and Stalin'

Kevin Morgan. International Communism and the Cult of the Individual: Leaders, Tribunes and Martyrs under Lenin and Stalin.Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. xii + 363 pp. $109.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-1-349-71778-1.

Reviewed by William Smaldone (Willamette University) Published on H-Socialisms (June, 2018) Commissioned by Gary Roth (Rutgers University - Newark)

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