What Can You Do With a POE in Peace and Conflict Studies?
Recent Student Research Topics
Sebastian T. Brown ’09, “Blaming the Poor: American Social Welfare Policy Since the New Deal”
Danielle Fulmer ’11, “Civil War Peace Accords: The Role of Social Identity”
Juliet Garlow ’11, “An Analysis of US Maternal Mortality”
Erica Harp ’11, “Deodorant and Dominance as Directives for Masculinity”
Lily Kruglak ’11, “Preventing Genocide: Why We Must Risk Failure”
Razma Qadir ’11, “Who Are the Taliban? Can We Negotiate with Them?”
Lauren Richardson ’10, “Integrating Education in Northern Ireland”
Scott Sloat ’10, “Losing Somalia: An Assessment of the United States, the United Nations and Humanitarian
Intervention in the Horn of Africa”
Faculty Research and Professional Development
Dr. Walker was appointed director of The Baker Institute in spring 2015.
Westoby P. and Walker, P. (2016). “Ritual and Ceremony in Soulful Community Work:
In Dialogue with Polly Walker." In Westoby, P. (Ed.) Soul, Community and Social Change:
Theorising a Soul Perspective on Community Practice. Surrey, England: Ashgate Publishing.
Walker, P. (2015). “Indigenous Paradigm Research,” in Bretherton, D. and Law, S. F.
Methodologies in Peace Psychology, Christie, D. series editor, New York: Springer
Brigg, M. and Walker, P. (2015) “Indigenous Approaches to Peace” in Richmond, O. (ed.)
Critiques of the Liberal Peace. Palgrave Press. Projected publication date 2015.
Walker, P. (2015). “Performance and Social Healing.” in Breaking Cycles of Repetition:
A Global Dialogue on Historical Trauma and Memory, Budrich Academic Press, projected
publication date 2015.
Lectures and conference presentations
Invited participant: “Culture and Conflict Summit,” United States Institute of Peace,
Washington, DC, Sept. 10 – 11, 2014.
Invited presenter “Creating a New Story: The Creative Transformation of Conflict,”
School of International Training, Brattlesboro, Vermont, April 29, 2014
Invited speaker at The Playhouse and Holywell Trust in Derry, Ireland, “Creating a
New Story: Transforming Conflict through Memorial Ceremonies involving Indigenous
and Settler Peoples,” April 2014.
Invited presenter “ Critiquing the Hegemony of Western Peace and Conflict Studies”
at The Baker Institute, Juniata College, Conference on Re-envisioning Peace Studies,
Invited speaker, “Acting Together on the World Stage: The Creative Transformation
of Conflict,” Engaging the Other: Breaking Intergenerational Cycles of Repetition.
University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa. Dec. 5-8, 2012.
Dr. Cook-Huffman was honored with the 21st annual Beachley Award for Distinguished
Academic Service in May 2010.
Cook-Huffman. (2015). “Barbara Deming: Feminism and Nonviolence.” In M. Flaherty,
J. Senehi, H. Tuso, T. Matyok, S. Byrne (eds). Gender and Peacebuilding: All Hands
Required. Pg. 3-15.
Cook-Huffman. “Conflict Transformation as the Core of Strategic Peacebuilding.” in
S. Appleby (ed). Strategic Peacebuilding. Under review.
Cook-Huffman. (2012). “Christianity and Non Violence.” In Michael Palmer (ed). Companion
to Religion and Social Justice. Oxford, UK: Blackwell. pg.607-619.
Cook-Huffman, Celia . (2010). “Gender and Conflict.” in Nigel Young (ed.). The Oxford
International Encyclopedia of Peace. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Lectures & Conference Presentations
“How can conflict transformation be employed more effectively in peacebuilding and global governance? Presented at Global Governance & the Future
of Strategic Peacebuilding: A Conference in Honor of Robert C. Johansen. The Kroc
Institute for International Peace Studies. University of Notre Dame. April 19-21,
"Gender and Conflict," Guest Lecture. Shippensburg University. April 7, 2010.
"Finding Our Way Through Conflict." Webinar presentation. April 2010.
"Resourcefulness in Congregational Conflict." Webinar presentation, March 2010.