Peace Studies is an interdisciplinary academic field that draws from studies in political science, sociology, history, anthropology, psychology, and philosophy, among others.
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Peace and Conflict Studies Organizations

United States Institute for Peace
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
International Peace Research Institute (PRIO)

Professional Organizations

Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR)
Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA)
International Association for Conflict Management (IACM)
International Peace Research Association (IPRA)
International Academy of Dispute Resolution

Professional Associations in other disciplines (with a Peace Studies focus)

American Psychological Association division 48: Peace Psychology
American Psychological Association division 19: Military Psychology
International Society of Political Psychology
American Anthropology Association committee for Human Rights
Society for Applied Anthropology Human Rights and Social Justice Committee
Peace History Society
American Sociological Association: Peace, War and Social Conflict
National Communication Association: Peace and Conflict Communication

 

Peace Journals


ConflictResolutionQuarterly

Conflict Resolution Quarterly

published by
ACR (formerly Mediation Quarterly)

JournalPeaceResearch

Journal of Peace Research

published by PRIO

peaceandconflictreview

Peace and Conflict Review

 published by UPEACE in Costa Rica

PeaceResearchCA

Peace Research: The Canadian Journal of Peace

JournalConflictResolution

Journal of Conflict Resolution

published by the Department of Political Science at Yale

PeaceandChange

Peace and Change

published by PJSA and Peace History Society

peaceandconflictstudies

Peace and Conflict Studies

published by
The Network of Peace and Conflict Studies and DCAR

PeaceReview

Peace Review