Tuesday, September 25, 2018

New Issue: International Peacekeeping

The latest issue of International Peacekeeping (Vol. 25, no. 5, 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Engaging Ethnographic Peace Research, Edited by Gearoid Millar
    • Gearoid Millar, Engaging Ethnographic Peace Research: Exploring an Approach
    • Timothy Williams, Visiting the Tiger Zone – Methodological, Conceptual and Ethical Challenges of Ethnographic Research on Perpetrators
    • Anne Hennings, With Soymilk to the Khmer Rouge: Challenges of Researching Ex-combatants in Post-war Contexts
    • Gearoid Millar, Ethnographic Peace Research: The Underappreciated Benefits of Long-term Fieldwork
    • Nerve Valerio Macaspac, Suspicion and Ethnographic Peace Research (Notes from a Local Researcher)
    • Philipp Lottholz, Critiquing Anthropological Imagination in Peace and Conflict Studies: From Empiricist Positivism to a Dialogical Approach in Ethnographic Peace Research