SHAWN BRYANT PHD
Innovation in Education
Freelance academic, researcher, and pedagogue.
Freelance academic, researcher, and pedagogue with two decades of international experience. My areas of interest include peace and conflict studies, elicitive conflict transformation, transrational philosophy, humanistic psychology, and transpersonal research methods.
Episode 10: Dr. Noah Taylor interviews me about my PhD thesis on interpretations of economics and peace.
SYMPOSIUM: CURRENT TRENDS IN CONTEMPORARY PEACE RESEARCH
My most recent project was an online symposium. In collaboration with the Unit for Peace and Conflict Studies of the University of Innsbruck, Austria, we convened a panel of six diverse researchers in the field of peace and conflict studies. Each panelist gave a presentation around 10 minutes on their experiences and directions of future interest for the field. There was time for questions and discussion at the end. The event was 2 hours in total. Recordings of the event are available and are posted below.
Rina M. Alluri
Are Good Intentions Enough?
Katarzyna A. Przybyła
State’s Approach to Peace and the Power of Civil Resistance
Non-linear Theory in Peace Education
Nature and Peace
Teachers’ Professional Development for Peace Education
Noah B. Taylor
Peace and Existential Risk