Routledge Histories: The Routledge History of World Peace Since 1750

Editors: Peterson, Christian Philip, Knoblauch, William M. and Loadenthal, Michael
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: Routledge

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-13-806913-8
Category: History - World history
Image Count: 20
Book Status: Available
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The Routledge History of World Peace Since 1750 examines the varied and multifaceted scholarship surrounding the topic of peace and engages in a fruitful dialogue about the global history of peace since 1750. Interdisciplinary in nature, the book includes contributions from authors working in fields as diverse as history, philosophy, literature, art, sociology, and Peace Studies.

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Table of Contents

  • List of illustrations
  • List of contributors
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction: Disciplines in dispute—history, peace studies, and the pursuit of peace - Christian Philip Peterson, Michael Loadenthal, andWilliam M. Knoblauch
  • PART I: Paradigms of Peace
  • 1. Philosophies of peace, 1750–1865 - Casey Rentmeester
  • 2. Peace in an age of modernity, 1865–1914 - Charles F. Howlett and Christian Philip Peterson
  • 3. Liberal internationalism and the search for international peace - Waqar Zaidi
  • 4. Structural conflict, systemic violence, and peace: A guided reading - Michael Loadenthal
  • PART II: Icons of Peace
  • 5. Three apostles of non-violence: An introduction to the religious thinking of Tolstoy, Gandhi, and Abdul Ghaffar Khan - Anna Hamling
  • 6. The evolution of Tolstoyan pacifism in the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union, 1900–1937 - Irina Gordeeva
  • 7. One man's peace: Influences on Martin Luther King, Jr.'s non-violent philosophy - Kevin E. Grimm
  • 8. “Sane ideas which may yet save the world from further conflict”: Bertrand Russell's and Julian Huxley's lecture tours in early Cold War Australia - Jo Grant
  • 9. Black Power and the anti-Vietnam War movement - Simon Hall
  • 10. Ibrahim Rugova and his peaceful resistance for independence of Kosovo - Jusuf Salih
  • 11. Nelson Mandela and the decolonial paradigm of peace - Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni
  • PART III: Religious and Cultural Dimensions of Peace
  • 12. Losing my religion: The effects of World War I on pacifism in the Stone-Campbell Movement - Joshua W. Jeffery
  • 13. From Father Berrigan to Black Lives Matter: Literary representations of peace activism since 1945 - Carolyn Dekker
  • 14. Film depictions of children as modern anti-war crusaders - Benita Blessing
  • 15. Apocalyptic dissenters: Seventh-day Adventists and peace activism in the nineteenth century - Abel Rios
  • 16. Improvisatory peace activism? Graffiti during and after Egypt's most recent revolution - Asif Majid
  • PART IV: Antinuclear Peace Activism
  • 17. The nuclear freeze: Transnational pursuit of positive peace - Dario Fazzi
  • 18. Pacific concerns: Nuclear weapons and the peace movement in Australia, 1960–1967 - Kyle Harvey
  • 19. Andrei Sakharov on nuclear war and nuclear peace - Jay Bergman
  • 20. Scientists as peace activists, 1975–1991 - Paul Rubinson
  • PART V: Non-violence and the Nation State
  • 21. Non-violence in Ireland's independence - Patrick Van Inwegen
  • 22. Colombia: A long journey to peace - Saul M. Rodriguez
  • 23. The anti-war movement in Lebanon, 1975–1990 - Magnus Dølerud
  • 24. Israel and the Israeli–Palestinian conflict - Galia Golan
  • 25. Peace process without the people: Sidelining popular struggle in Palestine - Michael J. Carpenter
  • 26. A farewell to arms? Evolving peace in the Taiwan Strait - Tony Tai-Ting Liu
  • 27. Understanding violent conflict in Africa: Trends, causes, and prospects - Leila Demarest and Arnim Langer
  • PART VI: Modern Challenges: Transnational and International Peace Efforts
  • 28. The International Peace Campaign, China, and transnational activism at the outset of World War II - Ke Ren
  • 29. The anti-Vietnam War movement: International activism and the search for world peace - Chris Dixon and Jon Piccini
  • 30. Belgian peace demonstrations after the invasion of Iraq: A sociological perspective - Ione Corbeel and Pauline Ketelaars
  • 31. An activist in exile: Janet Mondlane and the Mozambican liberation movement - Joanna Tague
  • 32. Feminist perspectives in the implementation of UN Resolution 1325 - Judith Oleson
  • 33. Unincluded: How women are passed over in peace processes and how data fails to capture their efforts - Natalie W. Romeri-Lewis, Sarah F. Brown, and Benjamin T. White
  • 34. What is peace, how have our concepts of peace evolved, and what is a holistic vision of peace for the twenty-first century? - Linda Groff
  • Suggested Readings