Elicitive Approaches to Peace Studies in Higher Education

Brand new essay for IN FACTIS PAX - Journal for Peace Education and Social Justice Innsbruck's, by the core faculty members Shawn Bryant and Noah B. Taylor, on the development of Peace Studies around the globe.
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Elicitive Approaches to Peace Studies in Higher Education

In their brand new essay for IN FACTIS PAX - Journal for Peace Education and Social Justice Innsbruck's core faculty members Shawn Bryant and Noah B. Taylor address a highly relevant topic for the development of Peace Studies around the globe. They address from the Innsbruck School's perspective the state of the art and turn then to a discussion on the role of the facilitator in elicitive approaches to education in peace studies. Finally they draw their conclusions of these considerations
for elicitive curriculum design. They do not stop at the boarders of peace studies as a trans-disciplin of its own rights but ask what the consequence of the experience with elicitive methods means for higher education in general.


This essay is highly relevant as it hits the nail of this discussion in the moment of dynamic expansion of Peace Studies in the world. Sound foundation and orientation is highly demanded for having a non-idealistic road map for curriculum design and reform, which is on the agenda on many places. Bryant and Taylor provide a rich inspiration and hence an essay that is highly recommended to everybody interested in this field.

Enter the link to read the essey here. 

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