Peace History Society
The Peace History Society was founded in 1964 to encourage, and coordinate national and international scholarly work to explore and articulate the conditions and causes of peace and war, and to communicate the findings of scholarly work to the public.
Members of PHS seek to broaden the understanding of and possibilities for world peace. The membership includes anthropologists, economists, historians, political scientists, sociologists, and other scholars and students of movements for peace and social justice, international and military affairs, transnational and cross-cultural analyses, and literary studies. Many members teach related course in colleges, universities, or secondary schools; others are students, peace activists, and the interested public. Drawn not only from North America but from around the world, members are concerned with making peace research relevant to the scholarly disciplines, policy makers, and to their own societies.
Envisioning Peace, Performing Justice: Art, Activism, and Cultural Politics in the History of Peacemaking (Southern Illinois University Carbondale, October 24-26, 2013)
October 2014 First World War Conference (Georgian Court University, Lakewood, New Jersey, USA Friday / Saturday, October 17-18, 2014)
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Charles Chatfield receives the 2007 Lifetime Achievement Award from PHS president Scott Bennett.
Charles F. Howlett, "American Peace History since the Vietnam War," Perspectives on History (December 2010): 35-38.
Virginia S. Williams, "The Peace History Society: An Affiliate of the AHA since 1963," Perspectives on History (November 2009).
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