Volume 5, Issue 3, November 2012














































Volume 5, Issue 3, November 2012

Editor: Prof. Brian Trautman, Berkshire Community College


Introduction: Drawing on Interdisciplinary Themes that Inform and Influence Peace Studies

Brian J. Trautman

Pg. 1-3


Neoliberalism and the Non-Profit Industrial Complex: The Limits of a Market Approach to Service Delivery

Laura L. Finley and Luigi Esposito

Pg. 4-26


Applying Social Movement Theory to Nonhuman Rights Mobilization and the Importance of Faction Hierarchies

Corey Lee Wrenn

Pg. 27-44


Betty Reardon’s Conception of “Peace” and its Implications for a Philosophy of Peace Education

Dale T. Snauwaert

Pg. 45-52


Simplicity and Social Justice: An Examination of Value-driven Practice in the Mennonite Central Committee

Emily E. Welty

Pg. 53-71


Pedagogies of Social Justice for Higher Education Community Engagement Programs

Andria Wisler

Pg. 72-80


This is What Democracy Looks Like: The 2012 NATO Protests in Chicago

Ellen Birkett Lindeen

Pg. 81-89




The Future of Service-Learning: New Solutions for Sustaining and Improving Practice. 2009. Edited by Jean R. Strait and Marybeth Lima. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.

Deb Sheffer

Pg. 90-93


Love and Liberation: An Animal Liberation Front Story. 2012. By Sarat Colling and Anthony J. Nocella II. Williamstown, MA: Piraeus Books.

Jan Austin Smitowicz

Pg. 94-96


Equipping the New African Peacebuilder. 2012. By Titus K. Oyeyemi. Nappanee, Indiana: Evangel Publishing House. and Film Review: Dear Mandela. 2012. By Dara Kell and Christopher Nizza. Sleeping Giant Films. Documentary.

Matt Meyer

Pg. 97-100


Gandhi and the Unspeakable: His Final Experiment with Truth. 2012. By James W. Douglass. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books.

Linda LeTendre

Pg. 101-103