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Loyola's Peace Studies program offers an integrated examination of violence and conflict, focusing on three distinct spheres of violence, conflict and peacemaking: international, societal and ecological.

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Introduction

Use this subject guide to explore, by topic or subject focus, areas of exploration in Peace Studies.

Databases are organized by interest area. News and Newspapers refer to media sources, typically in print.

Below this box are recommended general-use print titles as well as recommend sources to answer general reference questions.

This subject guide is a work-in-progress. Please feel free to explore, make comments, and return regularly for additional updates.

 

Country Overviews in Print

The following items are excellent resources for general country information and overviews. Most recent editions are available at the Reference Desk.

General Reference in Peace Studies

Look here for quick, catch-all information on a variety of topics. Think of these sources as your virtual reference desk, or as more sophisticated, academically credible alternatives to sites like Wikipedia.

Subject Guide

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