1. Civilians in and after war (7.5 hp)
- Bougarel, X. et al. (eds) (2007) The New Bosnian Mosaic, Identities, Memories and Moral Claims in a Post-War Society. London: Ashgate. (selected chapters)
- Finnström, S. (2008) Living with Bad Surroundings, War, History, and Everyday Moments in Northern Uganda. Durham: Duke University Press.
- Kelly, T. (2008) The Attractions of Accountancy, Living an Ordinary Life During the Second Palestinian Intifada. Ethnography 9(3): 351-376.
- Macek, I. (2011) Sarajevo Under Siege, Anthropology in Wartime. Philadelphia, Pa.: University of Pennsylvania Press.
- Nordstrom, C. (2004) Shadows of War, Violence, Power and International Profiteering in the Twenty-First Century. Berkeley: University of California Press.
- Otruba, Ariel Amber Anya. 2019. The violent geography of borderization. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (selected chapters, https://doi.org/doi:10.7282/t3-jx20-8f46)
- Povrzanovic Frykman, M. (2008) Staying Behind, Civilians in the Post-Yugoslav Wars 1991-95. In: Nicholas Atkin (ed.) Daily Lives of Civilians in Wartime Twentieth-Century Europe. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 163-193.
Articles may be added to this list.
2. Civil Society Peace Work: Possibilities, Power, and Resistance (7.5 hp)
- Chenoweth, E. and Stephan, M. J., 2008, ‘Why Civil Resistance Works: The Strategic Logic of Nonviolent Conflict,’ in International Security 33(1): 7-44.
- Hettne, B., 2009, Thinking about development, Zed Books (concluding chapter)
- Jahanbegloo, R., 2014, Introduction to nonviolence, Palgrave Macmillan
- Kaldor, M., 2003, Global civil society: An answer to war, Polity Press, Cambridge
- Kirkegaard, A., forthcoming, ‘Glocal Resistance and De-colonisation: Civil Society in Khatami’s Islam, Dialogue and Civil Society (2013) and its Relevance to our Reading of Popular Protest and Political Participation,’ in Journal of Resistance Studies
- Lederach, J. P., 2004, Building peace: Sustainable reconciliation in divided societies, U.S. Institute of Peace, Washington DC (selected chapters)
- Martin, B., 2012, Backfire Manual: Tactics against injustice, Irene Publishing, Sparsnäs
- Michális, S. M. and F. Petito, 2009, Civilizational Dialogue and World Order: The Other Politics of Cultures, Religions, and Civilizations in International Relations, Palgrave Macmillan
- Ratele, K., 2012, ‘Gender and peace building in Africa. Violence, militarised masculinity and positive peace,’ Pambazuka Press, Cape Town. No. 6 in a series of occasional papers (will be posted on Canvas)
- Sharp, G., 2010, From dictatorship to democracy: A conceptual framework for liberation, The Albert Einstein Institution, East Boston
- Schock, K., 2015, Civil resistance: Comparative perspectives on nonviolent struggle, University of Minnesota Press (excerpts)
- Vinthagen, S., 2016, A theory of non-violent action: How civil resistance works, Zed Books
Additional readings of no more than 200 pages may be added.
- della Porta, D. and Diani, M. (2006) Social Movements, An Introduction (2nd ed.). Malden, MA.: Blackwell Publishing.
- Hardt, M. and Negri, A. (2004) Multitude - War and Democracy in the Age of Empire. London: Hamish Hamilton.
- Smith, J. and Verdeja, E. eds. (2013) Globalization, Social Movements, and Peacebuilding. New York: Syracuse University Press.
- von Tongeren, P. (2013) Potential Cornerstone of Infrastructures for Peace? How Local Peace Committees Can Make a Difference. Peacebuilding, 1(1): 39-60.