Peace Psychology Symposium II
Saturday 7 March 2009
Goldsmiths, University of London
A one-day peace psychology symposium is to take place on Saturday 7 March 2009 at Goldsmiths, University of London. This will be the second three-yearly peace psychology symposium and is once again being co-sponsored by the Conflict Research Society and the Psychology Department at Goldsmiths.
Those wishing to present a paper or otherwise attend should contact Herbert Blumberg at firstname.lastname@example.org
Topics include, among others: (a) interdisciplinary practice - that is, psychological aspects relevant to international relations, education, feminist approaches, ethics and other neighbouring disciplines; (b) primary psychological topics (e.g., developmental issues, attitudes, psychodynamics, cognition and neuroscience); (c) core topics in peace studies related e.g. to conflict resolution or to environmental studies; and (d) terrorism and also prosocial behaviour.
The recent book, ‘Peace psychology: a comprehensive introduction’ was co-authored by Herb Blumberg, Paul Hare and Anna Costin:
Registration will be free but one must register in advance to Herbert Blumberg at email@example.com