Journal of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (in preparation)
"Take a Look" Publications (announcing HumanDHS initiatives and events)
Newsletters (written after HumanDHS conferences)
Books & Special Issues
Scholarly Papers by Global Advisory Board Members
Scholarly Papers by Global Directors & Global Core Team Members
Scholarly Papers by Evelin Lindner | Presentations by Evelin Lindner
Scholarly Papers by Linda Hartling
Student Papers
Guest Contributions
Reviews
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Dignity Press and World Dignity University Press

The following publications are publications by Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS), by its global staff, global core team, global advisory board or affiliated people and organizations (except for Evelin Lindner's publications, which you find here).

The views expressed on this site, as in any of the HumanDHS publications, do not represent any official HumanDHS position. All HumanDHS publications present the views and research findings of the individual authors, with the aim of promoting the development of ideas and discussion about major concerns of human dignity and humiliation studies and related fields.

We appreciate that you contact the authors if you wish to quote from the texts listed further down. Texts may usually be copied for non-profit educational use if proper credit is given to the authors and Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies. No part of these files may be transmitted, distributed or reproduced in any other way without permission from the author.

 

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Journal of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies

Editors:
Linda Hartling



"Take a Look" messages sent out to our HumanDHS network announcing HumanDHS initiatives and events

•  A Very Warm Final Reminder: Upcoming Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict at Columbia University, November 29, 2014
•  A Very Warm Reminder: Upcoming Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict at Columbia University, November 10, 2014
•  Take a Look! Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, October 2014
•  Invitation: Give Evelin a Birthday Hug! See also birthday greetings from Linda Hartling, Michael Britton and Uli Spalthoff
•  Take a Look! Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, June 2014
•  Dignity Press Newsletter 02 April 2014
•  You're Invited to the 23rd Annual HumanDHS Conference in Chiang Mai, Thailand, 8-12th March 2014, sent on 7th February 2014
•  A Message of Appreciation: Celebrating the 10th HumanDHS Workshop! (This message went to approx. 400 people who expressed interest in or participated in the workshop in the past.)
•  You Are Warmly Invited! Communication and Dignity Workshop, 22 - 24 January 2014, Oslo, Norway
•  A Very Warm, Last Reminder: Upcoming Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict at Columbia University
•  Take a Look! Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, November 2013
•  Take a Look! Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, August 2013
•  Search for Dignity: You're Invited to the 21st Annual HumanDHS Conference in South Africa! (Personal Invitation, February 2013)
•  Search for Dignity: You're Invited to the 21st Annual HumanDHS Conference in South Africa! (General Invitation, February 2013)
•  Take a Look! Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, February 2013
•  Welcome to Evelin Lindner's lecture / Velkommen til Evelins foredrag, January 2013
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•  HumanDHS: Good News and Coming Events, 30th October 2012!
•  Welcome! 19th Annual Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies Conference
•  Announcement June 2012
•  NYC - Announcement November 2011
•  New Zealand - Announcement August 2011
•  WDU - Invitation Reminder, June 2011
•  WDU - Evelin's Norwegian Presentations, May 2011
•  WDU - Norwegian Media Announcement, May 2011
•  WDU - Invitation Letter, May 2011
•  Take a Look! October, 2010
•  Take a Look! March 2010
•  Take a Look! November 2009

 

Newsletters

•  Newsletter Nr. 23 - Subsequent to our 3rd Conference, in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand, March 2014
•  Newsletter Nr. 22 - Subsequent to our 22nd Conference, in New York City, December 2013
•  Newsletter Nr. 21 - Subsequent to our 21st Conference, in Stellenbosch, South Africa, April 213
•  Newsletter Nr. 20 - Subsequent to our 20th Conference, in New York City, December 2012
•  Newsletter Nr. 19 - Subsequent to our 19th Conference, in Oslo, Norway, and Portland, Oregon, USA, August 2012
•  Newsletter Nr. 18 - Subsequent to our 18th Conference, in New York City, December 2011
•  Newsletter Nr. 17 - Subsequent to our 17th Conference, in Dunedin, New Zealand, August 2011
•  Newsletter Nr. 16 - Subsequent to our 16th Conference, in New York City, December 2010
•  Newsletter Nr. 15 - Subsequent to our 15th Conference, in Istangul, Turkey, April 2010
•  Newsletter Nr. 14 - Subsequent to our 14th Conference, in New York City, December 2009
•  Newsletter Nr. 13 - Subsequent to our 13th Conference, in Honolulu, August 2009
•  Newsletter Nr. 12 - Subsequent to our 12th Conference, in New York City, December 2008
•  Newsletter Nr. 11 - Subsequent to our 11th Conference, in Norway, June/July 2008
•  Newsletter Nr. 10 - Subsequent to our 10th Conference, in New York City, December 2007
•  Newsletter Nr. 9 - Subsequent to our 9th Conference, in China, 2007
•  Newsletter Nr. 8 - Subsequent to our 8th Conference, in New York City, December 2006
•  Newsletter Nr. 7 - Subsequent to our 7th Conference, in Costa Rica, September 2006
•  Newsletter Nr. 6 - Subsequent to 6th Conference, in New York City, December 2005
•  Newsletter Nr. 5 - Subsequent to our 5th Conference, in Berlin, September 2005
•  Newsletter Nr. 4 - Summer 2005
•  Spring 2005 ICCCR Newsletter - please read about:
- Morton Deutsch's birthday celebration, and about
- the 2004 HumanDHS Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, as well as
- "Reflections on ORLJ 4859: Conflict Resolution and the Psychology of Humiliation" by Craig Dorsi and Stephen Flythe
•  Newsletter Nr. 3 - Subsequent to our 4th Conference, in New York City, November 2004
•  Newsletter Nr. 2 - Subsequent to our 3rd Conference, in Paris, September 2004
•  Newsletter Nr. 1 - Founding Issue, September 2004

 

Books & Special Issues

"Humiliation and History in Global Perspectives" (2006)
A Special Issue of Social Alternatives (Vol. 25, No. 1, First Quarter, 2006, the full text is available by obtaining a copy of the Special Issue of Social Alternatives from Ralph Summy, or here in pdf format).
Editor: Ralph Summy.
Guest Editor: Bertram Wyatt-Brown.
Please see here From the Editor's Desk by Ralph Summy.
Please see the Introduction to the Special Issue, written by Bertram Wyatt-Brown.

"Humiliation in the Academic Setting" (2008)
A Special Symposium Issue of Experiments in Education
published by the S.I.T.U. Council of Educational Research
Editor: Dakshinamoorthi Raja Ganesan
Guest Editor: Philip M. Brown

Violent Conflict and Humiliation (forthcoming)
Victoria C. Fontan has kindly taken upon her the task of developing an edited book (with the help of Christopher Santee, Linda Hartling, Arie Nadler, and Evelin Lindner) with the contributions of the participants of our Workshops on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict in 2004 and 2005 in NY. Victoria is Director of Academic Development, and Assistant Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies at the United Nations University for Peace in San Jose, Costa Rica, since 2005.

 

Scholarly Papers by Global Advisory Board Members

The following papers are papers written by either the HumanDHS staff, core team and board members or by affiliated scholars. They are listed alphabetically. All are published here with kind permission by the respective journals and publishing houses in which they first appeared.

We appreciate that you contact the authors if you wish to quote from the texts listed further down. Texts may usually be copied for non-profit educational use if proper credit is given to the authors and Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.

Howard Adelman (2005)
Theories of Genocide: The Case of Rwanda
Forthcoming in a proposed volume for the McGill-Queen's University Press series, Studies in Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict.

Howard Adelman (2005)
Rule-Based Reconciliation
Chapter 14 in Elin Skaar, Siri Gloppen and Astri Suhrke (Eds.), Roads to Reconciliation. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group - Lexington Books, pp. 287-307.

Mara Alagic, co-authored by Adair Linn Nagata, and Glyn M. Rimmington (2009)
Improving Intercultural Communication Competence: Fostering Bodymindful Cage Painting
In Journal of Intercultural Communication, SIETAR Japan, 12, pp. 39-55, 2009.

Mara Alagic (2011)
Science and Art of ThirdPlaceLearning
Abstract presented at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.

Rosita Albert (2006)
Violent Interethnic Conflict and Human Dignity: Major Issues in Intercultural Research and Knowledge Utilization
Abstract presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Kevin Avruch and Beatriz Vejarano (2001)
Truth and Reconciliation Commissions: A Review Essay and Annotated Bibliography
This article originally appeared in SOCIAL JUSTICE: Anthropology, Peace, and Human Rights. Volume 2(1-2): pp. 47-108.
See also OJPCR: The Online Journal of Peace and Conflict Resolution 4.2: 37-76 (2002) ISSN: 1522-211X | www.trinstitute.org/ojpcr/4_2recon.pdf .

Kevin Avruch (2006)
Toward an Expanded “Canon” of Negotiation Theory: Identity, Ideological, and Values-based Conflict and the Need for a New Heuristic
A version of this essay was presented at the annual meeting of the International Association for Conflict Management, June 6–9, 2004, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Adenrele Awotona (2007)
The Role of Dignity and Humiliation for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters
Presentation held at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Adenrele Awotona (2008)
The Role of Dignity and Humiliation for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters
Presentation held at the 2008 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 11-12, 2008.

Adenrele Awotona (2009)
Climate change, Destructive conflicts and Humiliation: matters arising
Presentation held at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Adenrele Awotona (2010)
Children and Young People in Haiti’s Post-Earthquake Reconstruction Plan
Abstract presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Adenrele Awotona (Ed.) (2010)
Rebuilding Sustainable Communities for Children and their Families after Disasters: A Global Survey, proceedings of the International Conference on Rebuilding Sustainable Communities for Children and Their Families after Disasters, convened by Adenrele Awotona at the College of Public and Community Service University of Massachusetts at Boston, USA, November 16-19, 2008, published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle), and as e-book by MyILibrary (LaVergne, TN), 2010.

Reimon Bachika (2006)
Professor, Dept of Sociology Bukkyo University, Kyoto, Japan
Human Dignity as a Universal Value: The Future of Multicultural Discourse
Abstract presented at the Second International Conference on Multicultural Discourses, 13-15th April 2007, Institute of Discourse and Cultural Studies, & Department of Applied Psychology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, as part of the 9th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.

David Bargal and Charles Garvin (2008)
An Introduction to the Project: Rationale and Development," together with, i
In Small Group Research, 39 (1), pp. 3-16.

David Bargal (2008)
Group Processes to Reduce Intergroup Conflict: An Additional Example of a Workshop for Arab and Jewish Youth
In Small Group Research, 39 (1), pp. 42-59.

David Bargal (2011)
Ideological/Religious Beliefs and Humiliation
Abstract presented at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.

Daniel Bar-On (2004)
Erzähl dein Leben! Meine Wege zur Dialogarbeit und politischen Verständigung.
Hamburg: Edition Körberstiftung.
The English translation is being published by Central European University Press in 2006 under the following title: Tell your story! The dialogue work between Germans and Jews, Palestinians and Israelis.

Steven James Bartlett (2002)
Roots of Human Resistance to Animal Rights: Psychological and Conceptual Blocks
First appeared in the Lewis and Clark Law Journal, Animal Rights.
The paper was electronically re-published by the Michigan State University’s Detroit College of Law, Animal Law Web Center
It is also available in German:
Wurzeln menschlichen Widerstands gegen Tierrechte: Psychologische und konceptuelle Blockaden
See also
http://www.veganswines.de/Animal_Law/ and
http://animallaw.info/articles/arussbartlett2002.htm .

Samir Sanad Basta (2005)
Assistance, Dignity and Humiliation
Paper presented at "Beyond Humiliation: Encouraging Human Dignity in the Lives and Work of All People," 5th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies in Berlin, 15th -17th September, 2005.

Samir Sanad Basta (2010)
Cycles of Humiliation in Immigrant Families
Abstract presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Dharm P.S. Bhawuk, Susan Mrazek, and Vijayan P. Munusamy (2009)
“From Social Engineering to Community Transformation: Amul, Grameen Bank, and Mondragon as Exemplar Cooperatives”
This paper received the Rupe Chilsom Practical Theory Paper Award from the Organization Development and Change Division of the Academy of Management, 2009.

Dharm P.S. Bhawuk (2009)
Humiliation and Human Rights in Diverse Societies: Forgiveness & Other Solutions from Cross-Cultural Research
Paper first presented at the 2004 Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, September 16-18, 2004, Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, Paris, France, further developed in 2009.

C. Guillermo Bigliani (2013)
Shame and Humiliation: On Golfing, Finances and Drug Dealing, presentation given by C. Guillermo Bigliani at the IPA Panel titled "Shame and Humiliation" with panel members Drs. C. Guillermo Bigliani, Heidrun Jarass, Melvin Lansky, and Leon Wurmser, in Prague, Czech Republic in July/August 2013.

Michael Harris Bond (1998)
Unity in Diversity: Orientations and Strategies for Building a Harmonious Multicultural Society
Prepared as a keynote address for the conference, 'Multiculturalism: Diversity in Action' held at the University of Tartu in Tartu, Estonia, May 6, 1998.

Michael Harris Bond, Flora Lim, Mieko Kuchar Bond (2005)
Linking Societal and Psychological Factors to Homicide Rates across Nations
In Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 36, pp. 515-536, available at http://jcc.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/36/5/515, 2005.

Michael Harris Bond & Sowan Wong (2002)
Measuring Emotionality across Cultures: Self-Reported Emotional Experiences as Conceptualizations of Self (retrievable also from http://self.uws.edu.au/Conferences/2002_CD_Wong_&_Bond.pdf)
In Graven, Rhonda G., Marsh, Herbert W., and Simpson, Katrina B. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2nd International Biennial Conference. Self-Concept Research: Driving International Research Agendas. Sydney: SELF Research Center, University of Western Sydney.

Michael Harris Bond & Donald G. Dutton, and Ehor O. Boyanowsky (2005)
Extreme Mass Homicide: From Military Massacre to Genocide
In Aggression and Violent Behavior, 10, pp. 437-473.

Michael Harris Bond (2005)
Culture and Collective Violence: Mobilizing Savagery Against the Other
Abstract of Keynote at the Seventh European Regional Congress of Cross-Cultural Psychology by the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP), San Sebastian, Spain, July 11-15, 2005.

Michael Harris Bond & Peter Bevington Smith, and Ciðdem Kaðitçibasi (2005)
Understanding Social Psychology Across Cultures: Living and Working With Others in a Changing World (Contents List)
London: Sage, forthcoming.

Michael Harris Bond & Chester Chun-Seng Kam (2006)
The Role of Emotions and Behavioral Responses in Mediating the Impact of Face Loss on Relationship Deterioration: Are Chinese more Face-Sensitive than Americans?
Submitted for publication. Please contact the authors for more information.
Abstract:
Face loss, defined as the deterioration in one’s social image, has been regarded as a consequence of interpersonal conflict and a provocation for counter-attack. The present research aimed at assessing whether the role of face loss leading to relationship deterioration was more impactful for Chinese than for Americans. We hypothesized that the linkage from face loss to relationship deterioration was mediated by two social-emotional complexes (anger and shame) and two behavioral reactions (retaliation and avoidance) arising from interpersonal harm. Structural Equation Modeling confirmed this mediation model, and indicated that in both cultures, the linkage between face loss and relationship disintegration is mediated by shame and avoidance, but not by anger and retaliation. Situations leading to face loss may be more frequent and the face loss associated with any particular exchange may be greater for the Chinese, but our analysis demonstrated that the relationship deterioration processes arising from face loss are the same in both cultural groups.

Michael Harris Bond & Yuan Liao (2006)
The Dynamics of Face Loss Following Harm in Two Cultural Groups
Submitted for publication, Chinese University of Hong Kong, May 27, 2006.
Abstract:
Face, defined as "the positive social value a person claims for himself in an interpersonal contact" by Goffman (1955, p. 213), is regarded as more important in a collectivistic cultures than in individualistic cultures (Gabrenya & Hwang, 1996). The present study tested whether Hong Kong Chinese targets of harm in an interpersonal encounter are more sensitive to loss of their own face than are Americans by assessing whether two factors predicting face loss, relative power and normative violation, are universal or cultural-specific in their impact. The results showed that relative power of the perpetrator vis-à-vis the target had an equally strong impact on face loss in both cultures. Although more norm violation characterizing the hurtful act also led to more face loss in both groups, the linkage between the two constructs was stronger for Hong Kong Chinese than that for Americans. The culturally based personality variable of allocentrism/idiocentrism was, however, unable to unpackage this cultural difference in linkage strength. Possible reasons for these findings are discussed, and suggestions offered for increasing the power of this basic model in explaining face loss following interpersonal harm.

Inga Bostad (2008)
Greeting Address
Held at the 11th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies in Norway, 23rd June -1st July 2008.

Inga Bostad (2008)
What Are the Values that Will Guide the Development of Children and Young People in Our Schools?
Lecture held for the Conference of European Ministers of Education at Grand Hotel, Oslo, Norway, 5th June 2008.

Inga Bostad (2013)
The Paradox of Freedom and the Quest for a Moral Disturbance
(manuscript | video)
Lecture given on December 5, 2013, at the Public Event of the 10th Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, at Columbia University, New York City, December 5-6, 2013.

Abelardo Brenes (2005)
Universal and Differentiated Responsibility: A Thematic Essay on Responsibility to the Whole Earth Community and to Promote the Common Good
In Peter Blaze Corcoran, Mirian Vilela, and Alide Roerink (Eds.), The Earth Charter in Action: Toward a Sustainable World, pp. 35-37. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: KIT Publishers, in cooperation with the Earth Charter Initiative, San Jose, Costa Rica, foreword by Wangari Maathai, preface by Mikhail Gorbachev, and Maurice F. Strong.

Birgit Brock-Utne (2000)
Whose Education for All? Case studies from field trips to Swaziland, Uganda, Botswana, Niger and Guinea
In Index, Reform Forum: Number 12.

Birgit Brock-Utne (2002)
Language, Democracy and Education in Africa
Nordic Africa Institute, Discussion Paper 15, Uppsala.

Roger Bromley (2007)
Dignity and Hope Versus Humiliation and Despair
Abstract presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007 (please see here a longer draft for a full paper and a summary).

Philip M. Brown (2004)
Humiliation, Bullying and Caring in School Communities
Paper presented at the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Philip M. Brown (2005)
Reflections on Policy and Humiliation: Addressing the Needs of Poor Minority Children in New Jersey’s Public Schools

Draft paper presented at Round Table 3 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Philip M. Brown (2010)
Prosocial Education
Prepared by Ann Higgins D'Alessandro, Fordham University, and edited by Philip Brown, Rutgers University, for the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Philip M. Brown (2011)
Prosocial Development: Defining the Basis for Prosocial Education
Discussant background notes presented at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.
See also a slide of the Prosocial Double Helix.

Philip M. Brown (2011)
Prosocial Education: Developing Caring, Capable Citizens
Abstract presented at the 2012 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 6-7, 2012.

Sharon Burde (1998)
The Enigma of the Middle East - A Measure of Success
In Newsletter of the Conflict Resolution Center International, January 1998, pp. 27-28.

Heidi and Guy Burgess (2004)
Introduction of their work
Material presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Heidi and Guy Burgess (2004)
Project Overview: Advancing the Peace and Conflict Resolution Fields: A Next-generation Brainstorming Project
Developing 20-year Strategies for Addressing the Hard Questions

Heidi and Guy Burgess (2004)
Conflict Information Systems

Heidi and Guy Burgess (2004)
Taking the Peace and Conflict Resolution Fields Outside the 'Box'
Intractable Conflict Knowledge Base Project and CRInfo –The Conflict Resolution Information Source

Nils Butenschøn (1993)
Politics of Ethnocracies - Strategies and Dilemmas of Ethnic Domination
Extended version of a paper presented at the National Conference of Political Science, Geilo, Norway, 11-12 January 1993.

William A. Callahan (2004)
National Insecurities: Humiliation, Salvation, and Chinese Nationalism
In Alternatives: Global, Local, Political, 29, pp. 199–218.

William A. Callahan (2006)
War, Shame, and Time: Pastoral Governance and National Identity in England and America
In International Studies Quarterly, 50 (2), pp. 395-419.

Stephen Chan (2004)
Out of Evil
London: I.B. Tauris.

Stephen Chan (1969 to the present day)
Please see a complete bibliography of Stephen Chan's published works from 1969 to the present day.

Sara Cobb (2004)
"Humiliation" as Positions in Narratives: Implications for Policy Development
Paper presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Claudia E. Cohen (2009)
Emotional Awareness: Can it Mitigate Against the Experience of Humiliation and Promote Constructive Conflict Resolution?
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Claudia E. Cohen (2014)
Welcome to the 2014 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict
Welcome to the 2014 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 4-5, 2014.

Benjamin Nick Colby (2003)
Toward a Theory of Culture and Adaptive Potential
First published in Mathematical Anthropology and Cultural Theory: An International Journal, Volume 1, No. 3, pp. 1-53, July 2003,
republished in the University of California Los Angeles electronic journal Human Complex Systems,
posted at the eScholarship Repository, University of California, within Human Complex Systems: Mathematical Anthropology and Cultural Theory.
Colby comments his article as follows:
As to the phraseology, I think it is good to have a book, as you do, focusing on humiliation. However for a web site, and for the gaining of interest for your cause, a more general, less negative term might be a better umbrella term -- something like "pro-social autonomy" or even more general, "social compassion" or more general still, "altruism." I would prefer social compassion, and then go on to say that a major step in this direction is to avoid situations in which people are humiliated, or "social compassion and the avoidance of humiliation" or "social compassion and the dangers of humiliation." Of course, if you actually place the full article on your web page you could even say "adaptive potential" and people reading my article would know what it means. 

Peter T. Coleman, and Jennifer S. Goldman (2004)
Conflict and Humiliation
Note presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Peter T. Coleman, and Jennifer S. Goldman (2005)
A Theoretical Understanding of How Emotions Fuel Intractable Conflict: The Case of Humiliation
Paper presented at Round Table 2 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Emanuela C. Del Re (2009)
The Subtle Connection Between Counter-terrorism Strategies and Humiliation
Presentation held at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Morton Deutsch
Please see here the Morton Deutsch Library, as well as the Interrupting Oppression and Sustaining Justice Site

Morton Deutsch (1994)
Constructive Conflict Management for the World Today
In The International Journal of Conflict Management, 5 (2, April), pp. 111-129.

Morton Deutsch (2004)
Destructive Conflict and Oppression
Summary presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Morton Deutsch (2004)
Oppression and Conflict
Paper presented at the Interrupting Oppression and Sustaining Justice Working Conference at ICCCR, NY, February 27-29, 2004.

Morton Deutsch, Coleman, Peter T. & Eric C. Marcus (Eds.) (2009)
The Handbook of Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice. (2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2006.

Morton Deutsch (2006)
Foreword to Making Enemies: Humiliation and International Conflict by Evelin Lindner in Westport, CT, London: Greenwood Press and Praeger Publishers, 2006.

Morton Deutsch (2009)
Foreword by Morton Deutsch to Emotion and Conflict: How Human Rights Can Dignify Emotion and Help Us Wage Good Conflict by Evelin Lindner in Westport, CT, London: Greenwood Press and Praeger Publishers, 2009.

Morton Deutsch (2013)
Imagine a Global Human Community (video, December 11, 2013 | transcript)
Pledge brought to the 2013 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 5-6, 2013:
Imagine a global human community in which you, your children, and grandchildren as well as all the others in our shared planet and their children and grandchildren:
…Are able to live in dignity and are treated fairly.
…Have freedom from the fear of violence and war and can live in peace.
Have freedom from want so that you do not ever have to live in such impoverished circumstances you and your loved ones can not have adequate care, food, water, shelter, health services, education, and other necessities for physical and emotional well-being as well as a dignified life.
…Have freedom of information, publication, speech, beliefs, and assembly so that you can be free to be different and free to express open criticism of those in authority individually or collectively.
…Have the responsibility to promote, protect, and defend such freedoms as those described above for yourself as well as for others when they are denied or under threat.
…Will work together cooperatively to make the world that their grandchildren will inherit free of such problems as war, injustice, climate change, and economic disruption.
Are you willing to be a member of such a global human community? If “yes”, please make the following pledge:
I pledge to promote these rights and responsibilities in my own life, in my community, and in the global community as best I can through nonviolent personal actions and working together with others. I also pledge to seek a constructive resolution of conflict about implementation of the foregoing values, when it arises, by working cooperatively to resolve the conflict with those who I am in conflict.
Now think of an action that you can take by yourself or with others, to implement the pledge and commit yourself to take this action. When you have taken the action let others know that you have done this by using social media or other means, so that you can inspire others to do so also.

Brigid Donelan and Patricia O'Hagan (2004)
Humiliation and Resiliency in the Social Integration Process: Towards a model framework and policy dialogue at the United Nations
Note presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Day 2, Roundtable: "Can the notion of humiliation be useful for public policy planning?", Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Riane Eisler (2010)
Celebrating the Diversity of Our Unity: Democracy, Gender, and Dignity in a Global Perspective
Statement presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Edward J. Emery (2004)
An Ethics of Engagement: Shame and the Genesis of Violence
Paper presented at a Conference of the Peacemaker Corps Association in Honor of Sergio Vieira de Mello "Peacemaking in the Family: Nuclear, Community and Global" United Nations Headquarters, February 27, 2004. Forthcoming in Psychotherapy and Politics International in 2004 (2) 3.

Edward J. Emery (2007)
Musings on Shame and Idolization
Abstract presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Beth Fisher-Yoshida (2005)
Reframing Conflict: Intercultural Conflict As Potential Transformation
In Journal of Intercultural Communication, SIETAR Japan, (8), pp. 1-16.

Michael W. Fox (2010)
The Greening of Animal and Human Health Care: Revisioning Disease: Nature - Nurture Co-factors, www.twobitdog.com/DrFox/, 2010

Michael W. Fox (2010)
Michael Fox's Personal Manifesto, 2010

Michael W. Fox (2013)
Essay written on the author's 76th birthday, August 13, 2013.
It will later be posted on his website and submitted to newspapers in the U.S. that carry his syndicated column dealing with animal and environmental concerns.

Robert W. Fuller (2004)
Democracy’s Next Step: Overcoming Rankism
Article submitted for 'Impulse' to Gottlieb Duttwieler Institute, 2004.

Robert W. Fuller (2006)
Dignity - A Unifying Value for American Politics, 2006.

Janet Gerson (2013)
Democratizing Justice: The World Tribunal on Iraq
In Factis Pax: Journal of Peace Education and Social Justice, 7 (2, 2013), pp. 86 - 112.

Janet Gerson (2013)
IIPE, The World Tribunal on Iraq, and Transcending a Century of Worldwide Wars (see pdf).

Janet Gerson (2014)
Reflective Inquiry as a Pedagogy for Dignity and Inclusion
Paper contributed to the 2014 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 4-5, 2014.

Judith E. Glaser (2007)
The Gauge & Arc of Engagement Tool
(Judith looks for like-minded consultants, who would wish to immerse themselves in this work: please read her letter to interested consultants).

Jennifer S. Goldman, Peter T. Coleman (2004)
Conflict and Humiliation
Note presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Jennifer S. Goldman, Peter T. Coleman (2005)
How Humiliation Fuels Intractable Conflict: The Effects of Emotional Roles on Recall and Reactions to Conflictual Encounters
Work in progress, Teachers College, Columbia University.

Jennifer S. Goldman, Peter T. Coleman (2005)
A Theoretical Understanding of How Emotions Fuel Intractable Conflict: The Case of Humiliation
Paper presented at Round Table 2 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Jennifer S. Goldman (2006)
Humiliation and Aggression
Abstract presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Jennifer S. Goldman (2008)
The Differential Effects of Collective Versus Personal-level Humiliating Experiences
Doctoral dissertation in Social-Organizational Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City, focusing on the role that humiliation plays in exacerbating violent social conflict.

Jack Goldstone (2004)
Understanding the Iraqi Insurgency
Op-ed, December 2004.

Jack Goldstone, together with Jay Ulfelder (2004)
How to Construct Stable Democracies
The Center for Strategic and International Studies and the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, The Washington Quarterly, 28:1 pp. 9–20.

Jack Goldstone & Monty G. Marshall (2007)
The Global Report on Conflict, Governance, and State Fragility 2007: Gauging System Performance and Fragility in the Globalization Era.

Michael Greene (2008)
School Violence, Human Rights, Dignity and Humiliation
In Ganesan, Dakshinamoorthi Raja, and Brown, Philip M. (Eds.), Humiliation in the Academic Setting: A Special Symposium Issue of ‘Experiments in Education’, New Delhi: S.I.T.U. Council of Educational Research, XXXVI (3, March 2008), pp. 51-60.

Michael Greene (2008)
Walking the Talk
Abstract presented at the 2008 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 11-12, 2008.

Michael Greene (2009)
Youth as Active Agents of Social Change
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Michael Greene (2010)
Code of the Street, Retaliation, and Saving Face
Abstract presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Cees J. Hamelink (1998)
The Digital Advance: More Than Half the World's People Have Never Made a Phone Call. Will ICTs Assure Us Change?
UNRISD Viewpoint, 1 June 1998.

Raymond G. Helmick (2011)
What Ails Us
Draft Op-Ed for The New York Times, October 9, 2011

Donna Hicks and Monica Meehan McNamara (2011)
Victims of 9/11 Embrace Dignity

David Yau-Fai Ho (1991)
Relational Orientation and Methodological Individualism
In Bulletin of the Hong Kong Psychological Society, Nos. 26/27, pp. 81-95.

David Yau-Fai Ho (1994)
Face Dynamics: From Conceptualization to Measurement
In Ting-Toomey, Stella (Ed.), The Challenge of Facework, pp. 269-286. New York, NY: SUNY Press.

David Yau-Fai Ho (1995)
Selfhood and Identity in Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism, and Hinduism: Contrasts With the West
In Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 25 (2), pp. 115-139.

David Yau-Fai Ho (1995)
Internalized Culture, Culturocentrism, and Transcendence
In Counseling Psychologist, 23, No. 1, pp. 4-24.

David Yau-Fai Ho (1998)
Interpersonal Relationships and Relationship Dominance: An Analysis Based on Methodological Relationalism
In Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 1 (1), 1-16.

David Yau-Fai Ho, Shui-fun Fiona Chan, & , Z. X. Zhang (2001)
Metarelational Analysis: An Answer to “What’s Asian about Asian Social Psychology?”
In Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies, 2 (1), 7-26.

David Yau-Fai Ho, Si-qing Peng, Alice Cheng Lai, Shui-fun Fiona Chan (2001)
Indigenization and Beyond: Methodological Relationalism in the Study of Personality Across Cultural Traditions
In Journal of Personality, 69 (6, December), pp. 925-953, 2001.

David Yau-Fai Ho, Shui-fun Fiona Chan, Si-qing Peng, and Aik Kwang Ng (2001)
The Dialogical Self: Converging East-West Constructions
In Culture & Psychology, 7 (3), pp. 393-408.

David Yau-Fai Ho, Wai Fu, and S. M. Ng (2004)
Guilt, Shame and Embarrassment: Revelations of Face and Self
In Culture & Psychology, 10 (1), pp. 64-84.

David Yau-Fai Ho, and Rainbow Tin Hung Ho (2007)
Measuring Spirituality and Spiritual Emptiness: Toward Ecumenicity and Transcultural Applicability
Hong Kong: Preliminary draft.

David Yau-Fai Ho, and Rainbow Tin Hung Ho (2007)
Measuring Spirituality and Spiritual Emptiness: Toward Ecumenicity and Transcultural Applicability
In Review of General Psychology, 11 (1), pp. 62-74.

Bernard Hoffert (2006)
Combating Terror: Security through Art Education
Paper presented at the UNESCO World Conference on Arts Education.

Bernard Hoffert (2006)
Innovation and Conflict: Finding Creative Solutions to Social Problems
Paper presented at HumanHDS, Monash University, 2006.

Bernard Hoffert (2006)
Creativity in the Service of Humanity: Design for an Equitable World
Paper presented at HumanHDS, Monash University, 2006.

Amy C. Hudnall (2006)
Humiliation and Domination under American Eyes: German POWs in the continental United States, 1942-1945
In Social Alternatives (Special Issue "Humiliation and History in Global Perspectives"), Vol. 25, No. 1, First Quarter, pp. 33-39, 2006 (the full text is available by obtaining a copy of the Special Issue of Social Alternatives from Ralph Summy, or here in pdf format).

Ashfaq Ishaq (2005)
Creating a Global Culture of Peace
A paper presented at Culture and International History Conference at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt on December 19-21, 2005
Draft: 12/05/05, not to be quoted without permission.

James (Jimmy) Edward Jones (2003)
Muslim Peacebuilding after 9/11
Paper presented at The Islamic Society of North America Fourth Annual Islamic Conflict Resolution Symposium. "Muslim Peacebuilding after 9/11." Westin O'Hare, Chicago IL, April 18 – 20, 2003.

James (Jimmy) Edward Jones (2004)
The Third Force: A Practical, Community-Building: Approach to Settling Destructive Conflicts
Note presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

James (Jimmy) Edward Jones (2006)
The Post Victim Ethical Exemption Syndrome: An Outgrowth of Humiliation
Note presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

James (Jimmy) Edward Jones, represented by Adrian Kirk, Arabic Instructor, Yale University (New Haven CT- USA) (2010)
Overcoming the Valence of Victimhood; Reconstructing an Authentic African Diaspora Identity in the 21st Century
Abstract for the 3rd Edition of the World Festival of Black Arts and Culture (WFBA), 10 December 2010 - 31, 2010 in Dakar, Senegal for its third structuring Conference on African Diasporas: Geography- Settlement-History-Political Situation.
Presented initially at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, Teachers College, New York Cit, on December 9, 2010, by Adrian Kirk, Arabic Instructor, Yale University (New Haven CT- USA).

James (Jimmy) Edward Jones (2014)
The Valency of Victimhood: Why It Matters in the Workplace
Paper contributed to the 2014 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 4-5, 2014.

James W. Jones (2006)
Why Does Religion Turn Violent? A Psychoanalytic Exploration of Religious Terrorism
In The Psychoanalytic Review, 93 (2, April) 2006.

James W. Jones (October 1,2008)
Blog on Humiliation as a Precursor to Religious Violence
Dr. Jones's other blogs on terrorism and counter-terrorism are at http://www.bloodthatcriesout.com/blog.html.

Anie Kalayjian and Marian Weisberg (2002)
Generational Impact of Mass Trauma: The Post-Ottoman Turkish Genocide of the Armenians
In: Piven, Jerry S., Boyd, Chris, and Lawton, Henry (Eds.), Jihad and Sacred Vengeance, pp. 254-279, New York, NY: Writers Club Press.

Anie Kalayjian and Luke Anable (2006)
Israeli & Hezbollah Conflict: International Perspectives on the Future of Peace in the Middle East
During a layover in Frankfurt, Germany, Dr. Anie Kalayjian, president and founder of meaningfulworld.com and The Association for Trauma Outreach and Prevention, interviewed randomly selected individuals in an attempt to gauge the public’s emotional and psychological response to the war.

Anie Kalayjian and Georgiana Sofletea (2011)
ATOP Meaningfulworld Humanitarian Outreach Project to Romania: Ancestral Healing, Forgiveness, and Meaning-Making
Abstract presented, supported by Georgiana Sofletea, at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.

Anie Kalayjian, Nira Shah, and Leysa Cerswell (2012)
Transforming Trauma into Healing: An integrative healing approach for Palestinians and Israelis
Abstract presented at the 2012 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 6-7, 2012.

Anie Kalayjian and Blanka Angyal (2013)
Transforming Horizontal Violence in the Middle East in Israel, Palestine, Jordan, and Lebanon through Forgiveness and Peace Gardens
Abstract presented at the 2013 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 5-6, 2013. See also Press Release 1 and Press Release 2.

Ragnvald Kalleberg (2002)
Om vitenskapelig ydmykhet
Utvidet versjon av foredrag på NESH-konferanse i Tromsø 23. og 24. mai 2001.
Offentliggjort i rapport fra NESH (Den nasjonale forskningsetiske komité for samfunnsfag og humaniora): Samisk forskning og forskningsetikk, Oslo 2002, s. 151-185.

Ragnvald Kalleberg (2005)
What Is ‘Public Sociology'? Why and How Should It Be Made Stronger?
In The British Journal of Sociology, Volume 56, Issue 3, pp. 387-393.

Ragnvald Kalleberg (2005)
Teologi, allmenn vitenskapsmoral, kultur- og samfunnsfagenes normativitet
I Kirke og Kultur, nr. 3, 2005, s. 407-419.

Ragnvald Kalleberg (2007)
A Reconstruction of the Ethos of Science
In Journal of Classical Sociology, Vol. 7, No 2, pp. 137–160.

Vineeta Kamran (2010)
Education as a Vehicle for Social Transformation: How to Promote Dignity, Unity and Transcend Humiliation
Presentation given at the 15th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Peace at Home, Peace in the World," in Istanbul, Turkey, 28th - 30th April 2010.

Cyrien Kanamugire, Rwanda (2005)
Rwanda-Justice: La phase décisive des Juridictions Gacaca
Cyrien Kanamugire is a journalist and law expert working with gacaca in Rwanda. His is member of the HumanDHS and has been invited to write on his experiences with gacaca.

Cyrien Kanamugire, Rwanda (2006)
Lutter contre l’humiliation fait partie intégrante de la bonne gouvernance, du respect et protection des droits de l’homme
Exemple: Le cas du Rwanda avant et après le génocide.

George Kent (2009)
The Humiliation of Hunger
Paper presented at the 13th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "World Peace Through Humiliation-Free Global Human Interactions," in Honolulu, Hawai'i, August 20 to 23, 2009.

George Kent (2009, draft of August 9)
Swaraj Against Hunger
Basis for talks in India, in Kota, Jaipur, and New Delhi in 2009.

Hassan Abdi Keynan (2007)
Humiliation in the Context of Recent Events in the Horn of Africa
Abstract presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Uichol Kim (2001) with Henriette Sinding Aasen & Geir Helgesen
Democracy, Human Rights, and Peace in Korea: Psychological, Political and Cultural Perspectives
Seoul: Kyoyook Kwahaksa

Uichol Kim (2003) with Henriette Sinding Aasen & Shirin Ebadi
Democracy, Human Rights, and Islam in Modern Iran: Psychological, Social and Cultural Perspectives
Bergen: Fagbokforlaget.

Uichol Kim (2006) with Kuo-Shu Yang & Kwang-Kuo Hwang
Indigenous and Cultural Psychology: Understanding People in Context
Series Editor: Anthony Marsella, University of Hawai'i, Honolulu, Hawai'i
New York. NY: Springer Science+Business Media.
Please see here Reviews and a short description of indigenous psychology:
Indigenous psychology is defined as the scientific study of human behavior or mind that is native, that is not transported from other regions, and that is designed for its people. It advocates examining knowledge, skills and beliefs people have about themselves and studying them in their natural contexts. Theories, concepts and methods are developed to correspond with psychological phenomena. It advocates Rosen incorporating the content and context of research. The goal is to create a more rigorous, systematic and universal science that can be theoretically and empirically verified.
Ten characteristics of indigenous psychology can be identified. First, it emphasizes examining psychological phenomena in cultural context. Second, it is necessary for all cultural, native and ethnic groups. Third, it advocates use of multiple methods. Fourth, it advocates the integration of "insiders," "outsiders" and multiple perspectives to obtain comprehensive and integrated understanding. Fifth, it acknowledges that people have a complex and sophisticated understanding of themselves and it is necessary to translate their practical and episodic understanding into analytical and knowledge. Sixth, although descriptive analysis is the starting point of research, its final goal is to discover psychological universals that can be theoretically and empirically verified. Eighth, it is a part of the cultural sciences tradition in which human agency, meaning and context are incorporated into the research design. Ninth, it advocates a linkage of humanities (which focus on human experience and creativity) with social sciences (which focus empirical analysis and verification). Tenth, two starting points of research in indigenous psychology can be identified: indigenization from without and indigenization from within.

Uichol Kim (2008)
The Role of Human Dignity in Promoting Creativity, Innovation and Knowledge -
Humiliation as a Basis for Dehumanization, Conflict and Destruction

Paper presented at the 2008 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 11-12, 2008.

Uichol Kim (2009)
The Role of Human Dignity in Promoting Creativity, Knowledge and Peace: Humiliation as a Basis for Dehumanization, Conflict and Destruction
Paper presented at the 13th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "World Peace Through Humiliation-Free Global Human Interactions," in Honolulu, Hawai'i, August 20 to 23, 2009.

Lynn King (2007)
Founder of SageVISION, dedicated to "growing green leaders who support innovation for the greater good."

Hroar Klempe (2004)
Reflections on 'Humiliation' in a Cultural Perspective
Paper presented at the 2004 Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, Paris, 15th-18th September 2004, unpublished draft (not to be cited without author's authorisation).

Hroar Klempe (2004)
Reflections on 'Conflict' in Cultural Perspective
Abstract presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Hroar Klempe & Torbjørn Rundmo (2007)
The Reliability and Validity of a Measurement Instrument of Culture Defined As Symbol Exchange
Contribution presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007, as Power Point presentation and as Pdf file.

Virginia Swain and Hroar Klempe (2010)
"Imagine Worcester and the World #58," an interview with Virginia Swain, 2011.

Hayal Köksal (2010)
Human Dignity Through “Peace at Home, Peace in the World”
Presentation given at the 15th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Peace at Home, Peace in the World," in Istanbul, Turkey, 28th - 30th April 2010.

Hayal Köksal (2014)
Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict through Effective Teacher Training Programs
Paper contributed to the 2014 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 4-5, 2014.

Ronald S. Kraybill (2004)
Please see here his article Humiliation, Helplessness Propel Outbreak of Suicide Bomber Attacks, published in Vital Theology.

Arie W. Kruglanski (2003), co-authored with Hans-Peter Erb (Universität Halle-Wittenberg), Woo Young Chun (University of Maryland), Antonio Pierro & Lucia Mannetti (University of Rome "La Sapienza"), and Scott Spiegel (Columbia University)
Searching for Commonalities in Human Judgment: The Parametric Unimodel and Its Dual Mode Alternatives
In Wolfgang Stroebe, and Miles Hewstone (Eds.), European Review of Social Psychology, 14, pp. 1-49. Chichester, UK: Wiley.

Arie W. Kruglanski (2004), co-authored with Ankica Kosic (European University Institute in Florence), Antonio Pierro, and Lucia Mannetti (University of Rome, "La Sapienza")
The Social Cognition of Immigrants' Acculturation: Effects of the Need for Closure and the Reference Group at Entry
In Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 86, pp. 796-813.

Arie W. Kruglanski (2005), co-authored with Amiram Raviv, Daniel Bar-Tal, Alona Raviv, Keren Sharvit, Shmuel Ellis (Tel-Aviv University), Ruth Bar (Bar Research Inc.), Antonio Pierro and Lucia Mannetti (University of Rome, "La Sapienza")
Says who?: Epistemic Authority Effects in Social Judgment
In Mark P. Zanna (Ed.), Advances in Experimental Social Psychology,Vol. 37. New York, NY: Academic Press, in pressw.

Arie W. Kruglanski (2006 in press), co-authored with Agnieszka Golec
Individual Motivations, the Group Process and Organizational Strategies in Suicide Terrorism
In Psychologie et Société.

Judy Kuriansky (2005)
Psychosocial Aspects of the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict
Note presented at Round Table 2 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Judy Kuriansky (Ed., 2006)
Terror in the Holy Land, Inside the Anguish of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Westport, CT, London: Greenwood Press and Praeger Publishers, 2006.
Chapter 14, Humiliation or Dignity in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, is co-authored by Evelin G. Lindner, Neil Ryan Walsh & Judy Kuriansky

Judy Kuriansky (2006)
Transforming Conflict and Humiliation to Heal Hearts in the Holy Land: People-to-People Projects to Build Peace, Coexistence and Cooperation between Palestinians and Israelis
Abstract presented at Round Table 2 of the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Judy Kuriansky (2010)
Models of Developing Field Projects and Engaging Multi-Stakeholders in Mental Health and Psychosocial Support to Solve Global Health Problems and Achieve the UN Millennium Development Goals
Abstract presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Aaron Lazare (2004)
On Apology
New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Please see a book review of On Apology in American Journal of Psychiatry by Joel Yager, M.D., Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Merle S. Lefkoff (2005)
When the Butterfly Flaps Her Wings in Gaza
Note presented at Round Table 3 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

David Leverenz (2009)
The Gates Arrest: How Obama Moved the Participants -- Including Himself -- Beyond Anger and Humiliation
Paper presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

David Leverenz (2009)
The Civil Rights Movement: How National Shaming Trumped Local Shamings
Paper presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

David Leverenz (2012)
Introduction (without notes)
In Honor Bound: Race and Shame in America, New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2012
Paper presented at the 2012 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 6-7, 2012.

Ruth Lister (2004)
Conceptualising Poverty
Presentation at a Smith Institute Seminar on 13 October 2004, to mark the publication of Poverty. A full record of the seminar will be published by the Smith Institute.

Ruth Lister (2004)
A politics of recognition and respect: Involving people with experience of poverty in decision-making that affects their lives
In Andersen, J. & Siim, B. (Eds.), The politics of inclusion and empowerment. New York, NY: Palgrave.

Jakob Lothe (2005)
Narrative, History, Fiction: The Example of the Holocaust
Lecture at the Opening of the 14th Year of the Centre for Advanced Study at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, Oslo, 6th September 2005.

Jakob Lothe and Susan Rubin Suleiman (2006)
To tell, lest we forget
2 CAS Newsletter, No. 2 October, 13th year, pp. 2-3
The last 60 years have provided many reminders of the greatest crime in world history, namely the Nazis’ exterminations of Jews during the Second World War. But now the eyewitnesses are gradually disappearing, so that new means are required to ensure
that this crime is never to be forgotten.

Malvern Lumsden (1999)
Three Zones of Social Reconstruction in War-traumatized Societies
In Ho-Won Jeong (Eds.), Conflict Resolution: Dynamics, Process and Structure.

Stephan Marks & Heidi Mönnich-Marks (2003)
The Analysis of Counter-Transference Reactions Is a Means to Discern Latent Interview-Contents [38 paragraphs]. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research [Online Journal], 4 (2).

Anthony J. Marsella (1994)
Guidelines for Living a Spiritual Life
First published in Marsella, A.J. (1994) "Making important new year resolutions," Honolulu Star Bulletin, December 30, p. 10; Marsella, A.J. (1999) "In search of meaning: Some thoughts on belief, doubt, and wellbeing," The International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 18, 41-52.

Anthony J. Marsella (2005)
"Culture and Conflict: Understanding, Negotiating, and Reconciling Conflicting Constructions of Reality"
In International Journal of Intercultural Relations, Vol. 29, 2005, pp. 651-673, www.sciencedirect.com.

Anthony J. Marsella (2006)
"'Hegemonic' Globalization and Cultural Diversity: The Risks of Global Monoculturalism"
In Australian Mosaic, Issue 11, Number 13, Fall 2005, pp. 15-19.

Anthony J. Marsella (2006)
"Justice in a Global Age: Becoming Counselors to the World"
In Counselling Psychology Quarterly, Vol. 19, No. 2, June, 2006, pp. 121–132.

Anthony J. Marsella (2009)
"Diversity in a Global Era: The Context and Consequences of Differences,"
In Counselling Psychology Quarterly, Vol. 22, No. 1, March, 2009, pp. 119–135.

Anthony J. Marsella (2012)
Culture of War Chart, 2012.

Anthony J. Marsella (2012)
The Costs and Consequences of War Chart, 2012.

Anthony J. Marsella (2012)
Culture of Peace Chart, 2012.

Glen T. Martin (2009)
Chapter 10 - Conclusion: Triumph of Civilization: Democracy, Nonviolence, and the Piloting of Spaceship Earth
in Triumph of Civilization: Democracy, Nonviolence and the Piloting of Spaceship Earth
Sun City, AZ: Institute for Economic Democracy Press (IED Press). 2009.

Glen T. Martin (2010)
From Chapter IV
in A Constitution for the Federation of Earth – With Introduction, History, and Commentary
Sun City, AZ: The Institute for Economic Democracy Press (IED Press), 2010.

Glen T. Martin (2011)
A Decent World Order Cannot Come from Disorder: The Elements of Global Order and Disorder
2011.

Monty G. Marshall & Ted Robert Gurr (2005)
Peace and Conflict 2005: A Global Survey of Armed Conflicts, Self-Determination Movements, and Democracy
College Park, MD: Center for International Development and Conflict Management, University of Maryland.

Monty G. Marshall & Jack Goldstone (2007)
The Global Report on Conflict, Governance, and State Fragility 2007: Gauging System Performance and Fragility in the Globalization Era.

David R. Matsumoto (2004) & Yoo, S. H., Hirayama, S., Petrova, G., and Chae, J. Y.
Gender Differences in Principles of Expression Regulation.
In Emotion, 4(2), pp. 201-206.

David R. Matsumoto (2005)
Culture and Nonverbal Behavior

In Manusov, V., & Patterson, M. (eds.). Handbook of Nonverbal Communication. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, in press,.

David R. Matsumoto (2005) & Yoo, S. H., & LeRoux, J. A.
Emotion and Intercultural Communication

In Helga Kotthoff and Helen Spencer-Oatley (eds.), Handbook of Applied Linguistics, Volume 7: Intercultural Communication. Berlin: Mouton – de Gruyter Publishers, in press.

David R. Matsumoto (2005) & Hirayama, S., & LeRoux, J. A.
Psychological Skills Related to Intercultural Adjustment
In Wong, P. T. P., & Wong, L. C. J. (eds.), Handbook of Multicultural Perspectives on Stress and Coping. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishing, in press.

David R. Matsumoto (2005) & Yoo, S. H., Hirayama, S., & Petrova, G.
Development and Initial Validation of a Measure of Display Rules: The Display Rule Assessment Inventory (DRAI)
In Emotion, 5(1), pp. 23-40.

David R. Matsumoto (2005) & McCrae, R. R., Terracciano, A., et al.
Universal Features of Personality Traits from the Observer’s Perspective: Data from 50 Cultures
In Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 88(3), pp. 547-561.

David R. Matsumoto (2005)
Scalar Ratings of Contempt Expressions
In Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, in press.

Federico Mayor Zaragoza (2010)
Speech to the 65th anniversary of the foundation of UNESCO

Federico Mayor Zaragoza (2010)
Keynote address: 'A Climate of Peace,' at the Nobel – Centenary Conference International Peace Bureau, Oslo 23 – 24 September, 2010, Nobel Peace Center, Oslo, Norway.

Federico Mayor Zaragoza (2010)
CEIPAZ 2009-2010 Yearbook International Trends, 2010.

Clark McCauley (2006)
Understanding Humiliation As Suppressed Anger
Abstract presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Clark McCauley (2008)
Humilation in Asymmetric Conflict
Abstract presented at the 2008 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 11-12, 2008.

Howard Meyer (2000)
The Amendment That Refused to Die: Equality and Justice Deferred: The History of the Fourteenth Amendment

New York, NY: Madison Books.
Please see here a segment of the Afterword to the third, 2001 edition, downloaded from the History News Network , entitled, Does the 14th Amendment Mandate Affirmative Action?

Howard Meyer (2002)
The World Court in Action: Judging Among the Nations
New York/Oxford: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.
See a review of this book by Johannes van Aggelen in International and Comparative Law Quarterly, pp. 1045-46.

Arie Nadler (2001)
From Tel Aviv to Ulcinj - Can we learn from each other about reconciliation and peace-building?
In Eurozine, 2001-07-04.

Arie Nadler (2002)
Inter-Group Helping Relations As Power Relations: Maintaining or Challenging Social Dominance Between Groups Through Helping.
In Journal of Social Issues, 58 (3, March), pp. 487-502.

Arie Nadler (2004)
Going beyond guilt and revenge: The effects of admitting responsibility and expressing empathy for the enemy's suffering on inter-group reconciliation (2004)
Note presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Arie Nadler (2004), together with Tamar Saguy
Reconciliation Between Nations: Overcoming Emotional Deterrents to Ending Conflicts Between Groups
In Langholtz, Harvey and Stout, Chris E. (Eds.), The Psychology of Diplomacy, New York, NY: Praeger.
Arie comments this chapter as follows: The empirical paper which Tamar wrote is reported (in part) in the chapter. It is an analysis of the pitfalls in reciprocal assistance in "joint Israeli-Palestinian projects". It basically asked the question: Which projects survived and continued despite the tensions of the Intifada, and which folded? It does say a lot about equality in giving and receiving assistance (the hallmark of true cooperation). Unfortunately, it was published in an Israeli journal (in Hebrew). But the chapter may still be relevant.

Arie Nadler (2006), together with Samer Halabi
Intergroup Helping as Status Relations: Effects of Status Stability, Identification, and Type of Help on Receptivity to High-Status Group’s Help
In Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2006, 91 (1), pp. 97–110.

Arie Nadler (2006), together with Ido Liviatan
Intergroup Reconciliation: Effects of Adversary’s Expressions of Empathy, Responsibility, and Recipients’ Trust
In Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 2006, 32 (4, April), pp. 459-470.

Arie Nadler (2006), together with Nurit Shnabel
Instrumental and Socio-Emotional Paths to Intergroup Reconciliation and the Need-Based Model of Socio-Emotional Reconciliation
To appear in: A. Nadler, T. Malloy & J.D. Fisher (eds.) Social Psychology of Intergroup Reconciliation. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Arie Nadler (April 2007, revised Version), together with Samer Halabi, and Gal Harpaz-Gorodeisky
Inter-Group Helping as Status Organizing Processes: Implications for Inter-Group Misunderstandings
In press in: Demoulin, S., Leyens, J.P. & Dovidio, J.F. (Eds.): Intergroup Misunderstandings: Impact of Divergent Social Realities. Washington, DC: Psychology Press.

Hilde Eileen Nafstad (2002)
The Neo-Liberal Ideology and the Self-Interest Paradigm as Resistance to Change
In Radical Psychology, Spring 2002.

Hilde Eileen Nafstad (2003)
Area Ethics: To Integrate Basic, Applied and Professional Ethics
in a Particular Field of Activity

This paper was funded by University of Oslo's Ethics program and presented on the First International Conference on Teaching Applied and Professional Ethics in Higher Education, London 2-4 September 2003, arranged by Federal University of Surrey Centre for Applied and Professional Ethics.

Hilde Eileen Nafstad & Rolv Blakar (2006)
Samfunnsideologiprosjektet, Samfunnsideologiprosjektet ved Universitetet i Oslo er et paraplyprosjekt med flere integrerte delprosjekter under ledelse av Hilde Eileen Nafstad og Rolv Mikkel Blakar.

Koichi Nagashima (1999)
Glocal Approach Toward Architecture of the Future
This article was written in 1995 for the UIA Work programme "Architecture of the Future," but published in June 1999 for presentation at the XX UIA Beijing Congress, as a joint publication by Union Internationale des Architectes and the Japan Institute of Architects

Adair Linn Nagata (1998)
Being Global: Life at the Interface
In Human Resource Development International, 1 (2), pp. 143-145.

Adair Linn Nagata (2000)
Mindful Inquiry: A Learner-Centered Approach to Qualitative Research
In Journal of Intercultural Communication, 6, pp. 23-36.

Adair Linn Nagata (2004)
Cultivating Confidence in Public Communication: Teaching Bodymindfulness and Sensitivity to Energetic Presence
In Journal of Intercultural Communication, 7, pp. 177-197.

Adair Linn Nagata (2005)
Promoting Self-Reflexivity in Intercultural Education
In Journal of Intercultural Communication, 8, pp. 139-167.

Adair Linn Nagata (2005)
Communicating Across Differences: A Domestic Case
In Rikkyo Intercultural Communication Review, 3, pp. 41-52.

Adair Linn Nagata (2006)
Transformative Learning in Intercultural Education
In Rikkyo Intercultural Communication Review, 4, pp. 39-60.

Adair Linn Nagata (2006)
Cultivating Researcher Self-Reflexivity and Voice Using Mindful Inquiry in Intercultural Education
In Journal of Intercultural Communication, 9, pp. 135-154.

Adair Linn Nagata (2007)
Bodymindfulness for Skillful Communication
In Rikkyo Intercultural Communication Review, 5, pp. 61-76.

Adair Linn Nagata, co-authored by Mara Alagic, and Glyn M. Rimmington (2009)
Improving Intercultural Communication Competence: Fostering bodymindful Cage Painting
In Journal of Intercultural Communication, SIETAR Japan, 12, pp. 39-55, 2009.

Adair Linn Nagata (2013)
Everyday Peacemaking: Personal Leadership for Sustainable Peacebuilding
Abstract presented at the 2013 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 5-6, 2013.

Emmanuel Ndahimana (2005)
Ignorance and Humiliation
Paper presented at "Beyond Humiliation: Encouraging Human Dignity in the Lives and Work of All People," 5th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies in Berlin, 15th -17th September, 2005. See a response by Laurien Ntezimana, Pour Eradiquer l'Humiliation.

Prince Kum' a Ndumbe III (2001)
The spiritual dimension of conflict prevention and conflict resolution mechanisms in African societies
Paper presented at the University of Oslo, Unit for comparative and international education, Institute for Educational Research, 23.02.2001. First Published by AfricAvenir.

Prince Kum' a Ndumbe III (2001)
Human Rights and Democratisation Learning from Europe?
DANIDA, 2001.

Maggie O'Neill (2005)
Humiliation, Social Justice and Ethno-mimesis
Note presented at the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Maggie O’Neill (2006) together with Ramaswami Harindranath
Theorising Narratives of Exile and Belonging: The Importance of Biography and Ethno-mimesis in “Understanding” Asylum
In Qualitative Sociology Review, II (1, April), pp. 39-52.

Maggie O'Neill (2006)
Forced Migration, Humiliation and Human Dignity: Re-Imagining the Asylum-Migration Nexus through Participatory Action Research (PAR)
Abstract presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Maggie O'Neill (2007)
Re-Imagining Diaspora through Ethno-Mimesis: Humiliation, Human Dignity and Belonging
In: Reimagining Diasporas: Transnational Lives and the Media, edited by O. Guedes-Bailey (Liverpool John-Moores University), M. Georgiou (University of Leeds), and R. Harindranath (University of Melbourne). Published by Palgrave Publishers, UK.

Maggie O'Neill (2007)
Humiliation and Human Dignity: Conducting Participatory Action Research with Women Who Sell Sex (see www.safetysoapbox.com)
Abstract presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Maggie O'Neill (2008)
Transnational Refugees: The Transformative Role of Art?
In Forum: Qualitative Social Research, Article 59, http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs/.

Maggie O'Neill (2012)
Humiliation, Social Justice and Recognitive Communities: Thinking about the Asylum-Migration-Community Nexus in the Context of HDHS
Abstract presented at the 2012 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 6-7, 2012.
See as background:
Maggie O'Neill, Susan Mansaray (2012)
Race, Crime and Justice in the North East: Women's Lives, Well-Being and Community
Project conducted in participation with Regional Refugee Forum North East and Purple Rose Stockton.

Maggie O'Neill (2013)
Refugee Women, Human Rights and Belonging: Educating for Dignity by Maggie O'Neill on December 5, 2013, see also Searching for Asylum, produced by Jan Haaken and Maggie O'Neill, this video documents a participant action research project carried out with a group of women asylum seekers in the UK, published on 21 Jul 2013.
Maggie O'Neill gave the lecture titled "Refugee Women, Human Rights and Belonging: Educating for Dignity" at the Public Event of the 10th Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, that took place at Columbia University in New York City on December 5-6, 2013.

W. Barnett Pearce (2005)
Toward Communicative Virtuosity: A Meditation on Modernity and Other Forms of Communication
Santa Barbara, CA: School of Human and Organization Development, Fielding Graduate University. Paper presented to the seminar "Modernity as a Communication Process (Is Modernity "on time?")," April 15, 2005, Department of Communications and Social and Political Theories, Russian State University for Humanities Moscow, Russia 103012.

Sondra Perl (2009)
Where Is Dignity after the Humiliation of the Holocaust?
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Michael L. Perlin (1991-2007)
Please see here a collection of the following papers:
• An Internet-based Mental Disability Law Program: Implications for Social Change in Nations with Developing Economies, 30 Fordham Int'l L.J. 435 (2007)
• "And My Best Friend, My Doctor/ Won't Even Say What It Is I've Got : The Role and Significance of Counsel in Right to Refuse Treatment Cases, 42 San Diego L. Rev. 735 (2005)
• "Everything's a Little Upside Down, As a Matter of Fact the Wheels Have Stopped": The Fraudulence of the Incompetency Evaluation Process , 4 Houston J. Health L. & Pol'y 239 (2004)
• "She Breaks Just Like a Little Girl: Neonaticide, The Insanity Defense, and the Irrelevance of Ordinary Common Sense, 10 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 1 (2003)"Life Is In Mirrors, Death Disappears": Giving Life to Atkins, 33 N. Mex. L. Rev. 315 (2003)
• "You Have Discussed Lepers and Crooks": Sanism in Clinical Teaching, 9 Clinical L. Rev. 683 (2003)
• "Things Have Changed": Looking at Non-institutional Mental Disability Law Through the Sanism Filter, 46 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 535 (2002-03)
• "Chimes of Freedom": International Human Rights and Institutional Mental Disability Law, 21 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 423 (2002)
• "What's Good Is Bad, What's Bad Is Good, You'll Find out When You Reach the Top, You're on the Bottom": Are the Americans with Disabilities Act (and Olmstead v. L.C.) Anything More than "Idiot Wind"?, 35 U. Mich. J. L. Ref. 235 (2001-02)
• Stepping Outside the Box: Viewing Your Client in a Whole New Light, 37 Cal. West. L. Rev. 65 (2000).
• A Law of Healing, 68 U. Cin. L. Rev. 407 (2000).
• Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Civil Rights of Institutionalized Mentally Disabled Persons: Hopeless Oxymoron or Path to Redemption? 1 Psychology, Pub. Pol'y & L. 80 (1995) (with Prof. Keri K. Gould and Deborah A. Dorfman, Esq.)
• On Sanism, 46 SMU L. Rev. 373 (1992)
• Competency, Deinstitutionalization, and Homelessness: A Story of Marginalization, 28 Hous. L. Rev. 63 (1991).

Michael L. Perlin (1996)
Dignity was the First to Leave": Godinez v. Moran, Colin Ferguson, and the Trial of Mentally Disabled Criminal Defendants
In: Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 14, 1996, pp. 61-81.

Michael L. Perlin (2006)
International Human Rights and Comparative Mental Disability Law: The
Role of Institutional Psychiatry in the Suppression of Political Dissent

In: Israel Law Review, 39, pp. 69-97.

Michael L. Perlin (2006)
"Friend to the Martyr, a Friend to the Woman of Shame": Thinking About The Law and Humiliation
Presentation presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Michael L. Perlin (2007)
Humiliation and the Criminal Justice System: How Our Desire to Humiliate Contributes to Recidivism and, Ultimately, Injures Victims

Presentation presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Michael L. Perlin (2009)
A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Inquiry Into the Roles of Dignity and Humiliation in the Law
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Michael L. Perlin (2011)
Understanding the Intersection Between International Human Rights and Mental Disability Law: The Role of Dignity
Abstract presented at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.

Michael L. Perlin (2012)
Considering the "Alternative Jurisprudences" as a Tool of Social Change to Reduce Humiliation and Uphold Dignity
Abstract presented at the 2012 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 6-7, 2012.

Michael L. Perlin (2013)
"Friend to the Martyr, A Friend to the Woman Of Shame": How the Adoption of Therapeutic Jurisprudence Best Ensures Dignity and Ends Humiliation
Presentation given at the 2013 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 5-6, 2013. See a revised version co-authored with Naomi Weinstein, Esq., titled, "Friend to the Martyr, a Friend to the Woman of Shame": Thinking About the Law, Shame and Humiliation," posted under filename SSRN-id2380701 at the Social Social Science Research Network on January 17, 2014.

Michael L. Perlin (2014)
Sexuality, Shame, Disability and Therapeutic Jurisprudence
Paper shared at the 2014 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 4-5, 2014.

Susan L. Podziba (2004)
The Human Side of Complex Public Policy Mediation
Paper presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

On Michael Prosser (2009)
Investigations into the Influence of an Intercultural Communication Founder - Michael H. Prosser and His Contemporary Scholars, by Peter Zhang Long, a thesis submitted to the Graduate School and College of English in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts, 2009. This thesis examines the contributions of Michael H. Prosser and his other early and contemporary intercultural communication scholars to the development of the study of intercultural communication, especially during the 1970s, and late 1990s – 2008.

Michael Prosser (2013)
Being There: The Intercultural Communication Field: A Founder: North America: 1970-2013; China; 2001-2013
Keynote Address, The International Academy for Intercultural Research (IAIR) Biennial Conference, Reno, Nevada, June 23-27, 2013, www.michaelprosser.com (post 1731).

Jean H. Quataert (2009)
Human Rights, Social Change, and History
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Jean H. Quataert (2009)
Thoughts on Global History and Human DHS: A Short Statement about Global History, Binghamton University, NY, Binghamton University, December 2009

Jean H. Quataert (2009)
Global History Colloquium of the Modern Age, HIST 501F, Binghamton University, NY, Binghamton University, December 2009

Lourdes R. Quisumbing (2002)
Citizenship Education for Better World Societies: A Holistic Approach
Paper read at the 8th UNESCO APEID International Conference on Education
29 November 2002, Bangkok

Lourdes R. Quisumbing (2000)
Educating Young Children for a Peaceful World
Second World Forum on Early Care and Education, Singapore, 16-19 May 2000.

Lourdes R. Quisumbing
Values Education for Human Solidarity.

Howard Richards (2007)
On the Genealogy of Morals
Chapter Nine of Authorities, forthcoming.

Howard Richards (2007)
This is an English translation of Chapter Seven "Socialism is Good for Business" of
Solidaridad, Participacion, Transparencia
Rosario, Argentina: Fundacion Estevez Boero, 2007.
This book has not yet been published in English. The full Spanish text can be found on line at http://lahoradelaetica.wordpress.com.

Howard Richards (2008)
Human Rights and the End of the Age of Keynes
Available also at http://howardrichards.org/peace/content/view/87/120/.

Howard Richards (2011)
Human Development and the Transformation of the Academy.
In: Journal of Developing Societies, 27 (2, June), pp. 201-206.

Howard Richards together with Joanna Swanger and Alicia Cabezudo (2011)
Zero Unemployment in a Plural Economy
Powerpoint presentation, South Africa, 2011.

Howard Richards (2012)
Muddle and Create
Keynote talk for the annual retreat of the South African Research Chair in Development Education, at the University of South Africa, Pretoria, November 2011.

Howard Richards (2012)
Charla harla para Universidad de Valparaíso, Howard Richards' talk, Universidad de Valparaíso, Chile, 10th April 2012, as Pdf file and as video.

Howard Richards (2012)
Modernity's Other and the Transformation of the University
A Talk to Faculty Members at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, February 17, 2012.

Howard Richards (2012)
Principles for Reconstructing the Economy, September 17, 2012.

Howard Richards (2012)
Modernity's Other and the Transformation of the University: Short Answers to Simple Questions
Keynote Talk at the Sixth Annual Retreat on Development Education University of South Africa November 25, 2012.

Reinaldo Rivera (2009)
Humility and Humiliation As Distinctly Divergent and Compelling Concepts
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Dennis Rivers and Paloma Pavel (2005)
The Cooperative Communication Skills Conflict Emergency Kit.

Dennis Rivers (2004)
An Ecology of Devotion: A Personal Exploration of Reverence for Life
In EarthLight Magazine, Issue 49, Summer 2003 (revised February, 2004). You can access this article also on Dennis' website.

Dennis Rivers (2005)
Hope from Ashes (a text on Hiroshima and Nagasaki)
In Hold Hope, Wage Peace, edited by David Krieger and Carah Ong. Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 2005.

Dennis Rivers (2006)
Citizens' Coalition to Reaffirm and Extend the Geneva Conventions - Initial Call
(Dedicated to three of his teachers, Joanna Macy, the late Prof. Walter Capps and the Quaker peace activist, Gene Knudsen Hoffman).

Dennis Rivers (2008)
A Faith Perspective on the Geneva Conventions
From www.SupportGenevaConventions.info, a document presented at the Peace and Justice Study Group of Peace Presbyterian Church, Eugene, Oregon, USA, August, 2008.

Dennis Rivers (2010)
The Trouble With Torture... A brief introduction to psychological and political arguments against extreme interrogation and indefinite preventive detention
Paper presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Moira Rogers (2009)
Islamophobia in Spain: New Shapes of Old Fears?
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Sidney Rosen (2000)
Letter to Evelin Lindner, presenting and explaining the following articles:

Sidney Rosen and Shehidax C. Morris (1973)
Effects of Felt Adequacy and Opportunity to Reciprocate on Help Seeking
In Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 9 (3, May), 1973, pp. 265-276.
Sidney Rosen's comment: "Effects of Felt Adequacy and Opportunity to Reciprocate on Help Seeking (Morris & Rosen, 1973). An experiment that tests the hypotheses that felt inadequacy and lack of opportunity to reciprocate deter seeking needed help. Note, too, the self-evaluation scales used in conjunction with our attempt to validate the Adequacy manipulation.

Sidney Rosen (1983)
Perceived Inadequacy and Help-Seeking
In New Directions in Helping: Vol.2. Help-Seeking, B.M. DePaulo, A. Nadler, and J.D. Fishers (Eds.). New York: Academic Press, 1983, p.73-107.
Sidney Rosen's comment: "Effects of Felt Adequacy and Opportunity to Reciprocate on Help Seeking (Morris & Rosen, 1973). An experiment that tests the hypotheses that felt inadequacy and lack of opportunity to reciprocate deter seeking needed help. Note, too, the self-evaluation scales used in conjunction with our attempt to validate the Adequacy manipulation.
Paper #2: Perceived Inadequacy and Help-Seeking (Rosen, 1983). This chapter explores the possible nature of the linkage between these two constructs and cites literature that appears relevant.

Sidney Rosen, Michele M. Tomarelli, Michael L. Kidda, Jr., and Nadeen Medvin (1996)
Effects of Motive for Helping, Recipient's Inability to Reciprocate, and Sex on Devaluation of the Recipient's Competence
In Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 50, No. 4, 1986, 729-736.
Sidney Rosen's comment: Effects of Motive for Helping, Recipient's Inability to Reciprocate, and Sex on Devaluation of the Recipient's Competence (Rosen, Tomarelli, Kidda, & Medvin, 1986). Shows, via experiment, that extending help that was empathy-driven leads to less devaluation of a recipient who was unable to reciprocate than was extending help that was efficacy(competency)-driven.

Sidney Rosen, Susan Mickler, Cindy Spiers (1986)
The Spurned Philanthropist
In The Humbold Journal of Social Relations, 12 (1 & 2 Fall/Winter & Spring/Summer), 1986, pp. 45-58.
Sidney Rosen's comment: "The Spurned Philanthropist" (Rosen, Mickler, & Spiers, 1986). Our first attempt to sketch out a theoretical model to deal with w-b-h's reactions to spurning.. The paper points to violated expectancy of acceptance of one's help as a key mediator of the spurned-helper's affective (emotional), evaluative, cognitive, and behavioral reactions. We suggest classes of both situational and personal variables as possible moderators of those reactions. Four role-play simulation experiments were generally supportive.

Sidney Rosen, Susan E. Mickler, and James E. Collins II (1987)
Reactions of Would-Be Helpers Whose Offer of Help is Spurned
In Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,Vol. 53, No. 2, 1987, pp. 288-297.
Sidney Rosen's comment: "Reactions of Would-be Helpers Whose Offer of Help is Spurned" (Rosen, Mickler, & Collins, 1987). Our first "live" experiment, guided in part by the thinking, measures, and results appearing in Paper#4. Some dispositional measures were included as exploratory personal (individual difference) moderators. Note the abbreviated, earlier sketch of our model on page 289.

Sidney Rosen and Wai Hing Cheuk (1992)
Helper Reactions: When Help is Rejected by Friends or Strangers
In Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, Vol. 7, No. 3 September 1992, pp. 445-458.
Sidney Rosen's comment: "Helper Reactions: When Help is Rejected by Friends or Strangers" (Cheuk & Rosen, 1992). For this experiment, the moderator in question was the type of prior relationship between w-b-h and recipient, in this case, involving a stranger or a friend. In the stranger condition, the naive participant was paired with a (same-sex) stranger who had been secretly coached in how to respond as a prospective recipient to an offer of help. For the friend condition, the naive participant was asked to bring a same-sex friend, who was then secretly coached in how to respond to the participant friend's forthcoming offer of help. As predicted, rejection of help by the friend was experienced by w-b-h as a greater violation of expectancy of acceptance than was its rejection by a stranger. Rejection by the friend elicited less unfavorable reactions than did rejection by the stranger. Still, rejection of the friend's help was less favorably received than was acceptance of the friend's help.

Sidney Rosen and Wai Hing Cheuk (1993)
How Efficacious, Caring Samaritans Cope When Their Help is Rejected Unexpectedly
In Current Psychology, Vol. 12, No. 2 Summer 1993, pp. 99-112.
Sidney Rosen's comment: "How Efficacious, Caring Samaritans Cope When Their Help is Rejected Unexpectedly" (Cheuk & Rosen, 1993). This experiment successfully replicated the role of violated expectancy of acceptance as a mediator of w-b-h's coping reactions to the stress of rejection. The study also explored the role of individual differences in EFCA as a personal moderator of w-b-h's coping reactions.

Sidney Rosen and Susan E. Mickler (1994)
Burnout in Spurned Medical Caregivers and the Impact of Job Expectancy Training
In Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 24, 23, 1994, pp. 2110-2131.
Sidney Rosen's comment: "Burnout in Spurned Medical Caregivers and the Impact of Job Expectancy Training (Mickler & Rosen, 1994). This study represented our first extension of our theoretical model to the practical world. It shows that higher perceived rejection of help by their patients was associated with higher burnout in medical doctors and nurses. It offers some evidence that the receipt of a higher formal level of job expectancy training, including being given the expectation that patients often resist being helped, served to buffer (moderate) the stressful effects of spurning by patients on burnout in these caregivers.

Sidney Rosen and Wai Hing Cheuk (1996)
The Moderating Influence of Perceived Importance on Rejected Helpers' Reactions
In Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 18(2), 1996, pp. 195-210.
Sidney Rosen's comment: "The Moderating Influence of Perceived Importance on Rejected Helpers' Reactions" (Cheuk & Rosen, 1996). This experiment involved the independent manipulation of importance of acceptance of help for the helper's self-image of social competence (important/unimportant), and the importance of the acceptance of help for the recipient's welfare (important/unimportant) -as possible moderators of w-b-h's reactions to rejection. The participants were Asian high school students in Macau. Each prospective recipient was a same-grade, same sex stranger who was secretly coached beforehand in how to respond to an offer of help from the w-b-h. The predictions were generally supported and in keeping with our theoretical model. Note, too, the paragraph on p.207 that speculates about the possibility that a w-b-h's goal (motivations) for helping and a prospective recipient's goals (motivations) regarding acceptance of such help may often be in conflict. In other words, while accepting help may be stressful for the recipient. rejection of that help may often be stressful for the would-be donor.

Sidney Rosen, Susan E. Mickler, Wai Hing Cheuk, William D. McIntosh, Thomas F.Harlow, Patrick Rawa, Winona Cochiran (1996)
Recipient Need and Efficacious Caring as Moderators of Helpers' Reactions to Rejection and Acceptance
In Current Psychology, Vol 1 5. No. 2, 1996, pp. 99-112.
Sidney Rosen's comment: "Recipient Need and Efficacious Caring as Moderators of Helpers' Reactions to Rejection and Acceptance" (Rosen, Mickler, Cheuk, Mclntosh, Harlow, Rawa, and Cochran (1996). Two experiments were conducted. Main effects of rejection/acceptance were as predicted. Statistical analysis showed that violated expectancy of acceptance behaved as the predicted mediator. Relatively weak manipulations of recipient need level as a moderator showed some predicted effects in the second experiment. Efficacious Caring [a self-image of being both efficacious at helping and caring, and in later studies represented by the acronym EFCA] showed some predicted effects as a moderator of w-b-h's reactions.

Sidney Rosen, Wai Ming Cheuk. Kwok Sai Wong (1997)
Stress Preparation, Coping Style, and Nurses' Experience of Being Spurned by Patients
In Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, Vol. 12, No. 4, 1997, pp. 1055-1064.
Sidney Rosen's comment: "Stress Preparation, Coping Style, and Nurses' Experience of Being Spurned by Patients" (Cheuk, Wong, Swearse, & Rosen). This field study represents a replication in part of the "spurning-burnout" linkage. It was conducted in Hongkong on a sample of practicing nurses.

Gay Rosenblum-Kumar (2004)
Humiliation, Conflict and Public Policy
Note presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Gay Rosenblum-Kumar (2005)
Horizontal Inequality and Humiliation: Public Policy for Disaffection or Cohesion?

Note presented at Round Table 3 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Lee D. Ross, Robert H. Mnookin (1995)
Strategic, Psychological, and Institutional Barriers: An Introduction
In Arrow, Kenneth, Mnookin, Robert H., Ross, Lee D., Tversky, Amos, and Wilson, Robert (Eds.), Barriers to Conflict Resolution New York , NY: Norton.

Lee D. Ross, and Andrew Ward (1996)
Naive Realism in Everyday Life: Implications for Social Conflict and Misunderstanding
In Brown, T., Reed, E., and Turiel, E. (Eds.), Values and Knowledge (pp. 103-135). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Lee D. Ross, Byron Bland, and Walid Salem (2005)
Creating Positive Facts on the Ground: A Viable Palestinian State
Stanford, CA: Stanford University, Stanford Center on Conflict and Negotiation.

Lee D. Ross (2007)
The Saudi Initiative: A Chance to Move Forward or Another Opportunity Likely to Be Missed
A piece originally written to be an op ed on the Saudi initiative.

Lee D. Ross (2007)
Effects of Positive Expectations on Negotiation Outcomes and Processes
Manuscript submitted to a journal.

Ashraf Salama (2005)
Skill-Based / Knowledge-Based Architectural Pedagogies: An Argument for Creating Humane Environments
Paper given at the 7th International Conference on Humane Habitat-ICHH-05 – The International Association of Humane Habitat IAHH, Rizvi College of Architecture, Mumbai, India, January 29-31, 2005.

Ashraf Salama (2005) co-edited with colleagues from Napoli, Italy, Donatella Mazzoleni, Giuseppe Anzani, Marichela Sepe, and Maria Maddalena Simone
Shores of the Mediterranean: Architecture as a Language of Peace
Intra Moenia, Rome and Naples, Italy: Edizioni.

Ashraf Salama (2005)
A Process Oriented Design Pedagogy: KFUPM Sophomore Studio
Journal of the Center for Education in the Built Environment-CEBE Transactions, University of Cardiff, Vol. 2, Issue (2), Cardiff, United Kingdom. ISSN 1745-0322.

Ashraf Salama (2005)
PLADEW: A Tool for Teachers Awareness of School Building Sustainability: The Case of Carmel School, Mathews, North Carolina.
Global Built Environment Review-GBER, International Center for Development and Environment Studies ICDES, Vol. 5, Issue (1), Edge Hill, Lancashire, United Kingdom. ISSN 1474 6824.

Ashraf Salama (2006)
Patterns of Change in Work Environments: A Process-Employee Centered Paradigm
Introductory Speech given at the 8th. International Conference of IAHH-the International Association for Humane Habitat- Sustainable and Humane Workplaces. Mumbay, India, January 27-29, 2006.

Ashraf Salama (2006)
A Lifestyle Theories Approach for Affordable Housing Research in Saudi Arabia
Emirates Journal for Engineering Research, Vol. 11, Issue (1). United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain, UAE.

Ashraf Salama (2006)
Learning from the Environment: Evaluation Research and Experience Based Architectural Pedagogy
Journal of the Center for Education in the Built Environment-CEBE Transactions, University of Cardiff, Vol. 3, Issue (1), Cardiff, United Kingdom. ISSN 1745-0322.

Ashraf Salama (2006)
A Typological Perspective: The Impact of Cultural Paradigmatic Shifts on the Evolution of Courtyard Houses in Cairo
Journal of the Faculty of Architecture, Middle East Technical University. Vol. 23, Issue (1). METU-JFA, Ankara, Turkey.

Ashraf Salama (2006)
Symbolism and Identity in the Eyes of Arabia’s Budding Professionals
LAYERMAG ... An Online Magazine on Architecture, Art, and Design, and Media Studies.
LAYER would like to present Dr. Ashraf Salama's paper on Symbolism and Identity in the Eyes of Arabia's Budding Professionals. Dr. Ashraf Salama is Professor of Architecture and was the recipient of the first award of the International Architecture Design Studio, University of Montreal, Canada, 1990, and in 1998 he won the Paul Chemetove Prize for his project on Architecture and the Eradication of Poverty, a United Nations International Ideas Competition.

Ashraf Salama (2007)
Ashraf Salama is the Chief-Editor of the new Journal ArchNet-IJAR, an interdisciplinary scholarly online publication of architecture, planning, and built environment studies. Please see here an outline and the submission notes to authors. The journal aims at establishing a bridge between theory and practice in the fields of architectural and design research, and urban planning and built environment studies. It reports on the latest research findings innovative approaches for creating responsive environments, with special focus on developing countries. The journal has two international boards; advisory and editorial. The range of knowledge and expertise of the boards members ensures high quality scholarly papers and allows for a comprehensive academic review of contributions that span wide spectrum of issues, methods, theoretical approach and architectural and development practices.

Ashraf Salama and Nicholas Wilkinson (editors) (2007)
Design Studio Pedagogy: Horizons for the Future
Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, UK: The Urban International Press (2007). ISBN: 1-872811-09-04. The Urban International Press, P.O Box 74, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear, NE9 5UZ, UK. e-mail Carol Nicholson: carol.nicholson[@]ribaenterprises.com for more information.

Thomas J. Scheff (2004)
Thoughts in Response to Blind Trust (2004) by V. Volkan, a Theory of Collective Violence.

Thomas J. Scheff (2005)
Roots of War and Peace: Emotions and Bonds in Moral Shock
Paper presented at the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005. Tom writes: "I would appreciate any comment you or your colleagues would care to make."

Thomas J. Scheff (2005)
Responses to a War Memorial
Santa Barbara, CA: http://www.soc.ucsb.edu/faculty/scheff/.

Thomas J. Scheff (2006)
Awareness Structures: Conceptualizing Alienation/Solidarity
Santa Barbara, CA: http://www.soc.ucsb.edu/faculty/scheff/.

Thomas Scheff (2006)
Hypermasculinity and Violence as a Social System
Paper contributed to the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Thomas Scheff (2006)
Silence and Mobilization: Emotional/Relational Dynamics
Paper contributed to the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Thomas Scheff (2007)
Treatment of Depression, drawing on his papers:
• Shame and Community: Social Components in Depression (2000)
• Four commentaries on my article published along with it in Psychiatry (2000)
• Looking Glass Selves: The Cooley/Goffman Conjecture (2003)
Please see http://www.soc.ucsb.edu/faculty/scheff.

Thomas Scheff (2007)
Rampage Shooting: Emotions and Relationships as Causes
Santa Barbara, CA: http://www.soc.ucsb.edu/faculty/scheff/.

Thomas Scheff (2010)
Websdale, Neil. Familicidal Hearts: The Emotional Styles of 211 Killers. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Reviewed by Thomas Scheff. Forthcoming in Psycritiques, 2010.

Thomas Scheff (2010)
Morality Based on Hidden Emotions
A slightly expanded version (2010) of !Hidden Emotions: Responses to a War Memorial,! in Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 13(2), 1-9, 2007.

Thomas Scheff (2010)
Social-emotional Origins of Violence
Unpublished as of July, 2010, and submitted to a journal of criminology.
Abstract: This essay outlines a cybernetic theory of violence, supporting and extending earlier studies, particularly Gilligan and Websdale. It spells out recursive, interactive processes of alienation and emotion. The theory proposes that the cause of most violence is the interaction between social alienation and what Gilligan called secret shame. Two emotion spirals are described: shame/rage and shame/shame. Studies and accounts of multiple killings offer preliminary support. The idea may be applicable to collective behavior also, such as gratuitous wars. Websdale’s cases of calmly planned familicide seems particularly relevant. The origins of WWI provide an example. The last section offers some tentative first steps toward decreasing violence.

Thomas Scheff (2010)
Revival: Memorials and the Gate to the Human Heart
Original text, published in the Santa Barbara Independent, on lWednesday, July 7, 2010, shared here with permission of the author.

Thomas Scheff (2012)
The Witnessing and the Automated Self
submitted to a journal.

Thomas Scheff (2012)
Getting Unstuck: Interdisciplinarity as a New Discipline. Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies. Later published as Getting Unstuck: Interdisciplinarity as a New Discipline, in Sociological Forum, 28 (1), March 2013, doi: 10.1111/socf.12008.

Daniel L. Shapiro (2004)
The Nature of Humiliation

Note presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Kjell Skyllstad (2000)
Creating a Culture of Peace - The Performing Arts in Interethnic Negotiations
In Intercultural Communication, ISSN 1404-1634, November, issue 4.

Kjell Skyllstad (2005)
From Humiliation to Empowerment: Creative Conflict Management in the Multi-ethnic School
Paper presented at Round Table 1 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Kjell Skyllstad (2005)
From Humiliation to Empowerment: The Arts in Retributive and Restorative Justice
Paper presented at Round Table 3 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Kjell Skyllstad (2006)
A Voice from Grotten
This is Kjell's contribution to HumanDHS's 2008 Oslo conference, an article on the present tenant of Grotten, the composer Arne Nordheim. Every 17th of May, he gathers his friends in his historic home to honor his great inspirator Henrik Wergeland. Kjell writes on 16th June 2006: "This month Arne is 75 and this is my hommage to a close friend."

Carlos E. Sluzki (2004)
Elements of Humiliation-Shame Dynamics for Computational Modeling and Analysis of Real-Life Scenarios

Draft of presentation at the 2004 Workshop on Humilliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Carlos E. Sluzki (2004)
The Story of the Crying Composer
told at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, 2004.

Carlos E. Sluzki (2004)
Humiliation Therapeutics (powerpoint presentation)
developed at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, 2004.

Carlos E. Sluzki (2006)
Short Term Heaven, Long Term Limbo: A Visit to a UNHCR Refugee Camp in Rwanda
In Global Studies Review, in press.

Dennis Smith (2006)
Globalization: The Hidden Agenda
London: Polity Press.

Paul A. Stokes (2004)
We Are All Humiliated
Note presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Paul A. Stokes (2006)
‘The Troubles’ in Northern Ireland, 1968-2005: A Case of Mutual Humiliation
In Social Alternatives (Special Issue "Humiliation and History in Global Perspectives"), Vol. 25, No. 1, First Quarter, pp. 17-21, 2006 (the full text is available by obtaining a copy of the Special Issue of Social Alternatives from Ralph Summy, or here in pdf format).

Ralph Summy (2006)
From the Editor's Desk, introducing "Humiliation and History in Global Perspectives," A Special Issue of Social Alternatives (Special Issue "Humiliation and History in Global Perspectives"), Vol. 25, No. 1, First Quarter, p. 5, 2006.

Ralph Summy (2009)
Gandhi’s Nonviolent Power Perspective
Paper presented at the Hind Swaraj Centenary Conference, New Delhi, India, 19-22 November 2009, sponsored by the Swaraj Peeth Trust.

Telhami, Shibley (2003)
History and Humiliation
The Washington Post, Friday, Friday, March 28, 2003.

Telhami, Shibley (2004)
"The Ties That Bind: Americans, Arabs, and Israelis After September"
In Foreign Affairs, 83 (2, March/April), pp. 8-12.

Telhami, Shibley (2006)
How The Fighting Stops: Achieving a Sustainable Ceasefire in Lebanon
Shibley Telhami explains (03/08/2006): "You may note that in my most recent comment on Lebanon at the Brookings Institution, which was televised in the US, I highlighted the issue of humiliation and suggested that the solution to the problem must be based on a balance between deterrence on the one hand and dignity on the other. The discussion could be watched on video or be read at www.brookings.edu. The transcript can be accessed directly at: http://brookings.edu/comm/events/20060731.pdf."

Ulrich Spalthoff (2010)
Advancing Dignity via the OLPC Project
Presentation given at the 15th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Peace at Home, Peace in the World," in Istanbul, Turkey, 28th - 30th April 2010

Ulrich Spalthoff, co-authored with Linda M. Hartling and Evelin G. Lindner (2010)
Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies: A Global Network Advancing Dignity Through Dialogue
In: Policy Futures in Education, 9 (1, Special Issue: The Council of Europe's White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue), pp. 66-73.
and in: Besley, Tina and Michael Peters (Eds.) (2011), Interculturalism, Education and Dialogue, New York, Peter Lang.

Kenneth Suslak (2008)
Psychological and Research Perspectives on Reconciliation Models: Dealing with the Impact of War and Political Oppression on Children
Abstract presented at the 2008 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 11-12, 2008.

Virginia Swain and Sarah Sayeed (2005)
Reconciliation as Policy: Moving Beyond the Victim-Perpetrator Lens in the United Nations Secretariat and Member States
Draft for a chapter for Victoria Fontan's planned book on Humiliation, presented at Round Table 3 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Virginia Swain and Sarah Sayeed (2005/6)
Reconciliation as Policy: A Capacity-Building Proposal for Renewing Leadership and Development
Update of the draft for a chapter for Victoria Fontan's planned book on Humiliation, presented at Round Table 3 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Virginia Swain and Sarah Sayeed (2006)
A Leadership and Practice to Reconcile Challenges in a Post-September 11th World
Draft for a paper for the Journal of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Virginia Swain and Joseph Baratta (2008)
A Global Mediation and Reconciliation Service
Paper presented at the 2008 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 11-12, 2008, presented by Michiko Kuroda.

Virginia Swain and Joseph Baratta (2009)
Ending the Cycle of Violence to Achieve World Federation, by Virginia Swain and Joseph P. Baratta,
Presentation given by Skype at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 2009 (see the "Reconciling Cycle of Violence" by David Steele, apapted by Virginia Swain, and World Federation Imaging by Joseph P. Baratta).

Virginia Swain (2010)
How to Dignify the World with Reconciliation Leaders and a Global Mediation and Reconciliation Service: Applications in the Sudan and Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women and Peace and Security
Paper presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Virginia Swain and Hroar Klempe (2010)
"Imagine Worcester and the World #58," an interview with Virginia Swain, 2011.

Anoop Swarup (2010)
The Role of Eastern Wisdom and Spiritual Intelligence for Dignity and Humiliation: A Road Map to the Future
Abstract presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Judith Thompson (2005)
On Forgiveness and Social Healing, presented by Judith Thompson for a panel discussion on The Role of Forgiveness in Social Healing, Harvard Divinity School, October 31, 2005.

Judith Thompson (2006)
Appreciative Facilitation: Hints for Round Table Moderators
Kindly written by Judith to support the moderators of our workshops.

Finn Tschudi (September 2005)
Accepting Vulnerability – Necessary for a Good Society?
Revised draft of paper for Telemark Symposium August 18-21, 2005.
Finn appreciates comments at finn.tschudi@psykologi.uio.no!

Finn Tschudi (September 2006)
Frihet som motmakt: Venstresiden må ta frihetsbegrepet tilbake!
A short version was published in Klassekampen, 20th April 2006.

Finn Tschudi (2007)
Reflections on World Parliament Experiment, WPE, at isfit 2007.

Kailash Tuli (2010)
Humiliation in the Indian Context: Effectiveness of Zeitgeist to Inculcate Human Dignity
Abstract presented at the 15th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Peace at Home, Peace in the World," in Istanbul, Turkey, 28th - 30th April 2010

Paul Valent (2006)
Transmission of Transgenerational Trauma
Part of Symposium “Intergenerational Communication- Working With Holocaust Trauma’s Legacy across Three Generations.”
Presented at Limmud Oz, Monash University, 12th June 2006, and at International Consortium for Intergenerational Programmes Conference Victoria University, 27th June 2006.
Please see more publications by Paul Valent at http://www.paulvalent.com/.

Victor M. Valle (2001)
Spiraling in Human Insecurity: The Historic Evolution of a Country
Paper presented to the Expert group meeting "Structural threats to social integrity: Social roots of violent conflict and indicators for prevention," 18-20 December 2001, United Nations, New York City, NY, organized by the Social Integration Branch of the Division for Social Policy and Development, Department of Economic and Social Affairs United Nations, New York (WOBEHALAN is a fictional country, fully named “Would Be a Happy Land).

Jeff Victoroff (2005)
Introduction to the Oppression Questionnaire (OQ)
Unpublished manuscript; please do not disseminate, use, or quote without permission. The Arabic version of the OQ has now been piloted in Gaza and Lebanon. Your feedback is welcome!

Maria Volpe (2005)
Conflict and Humiliation: The Simplicities of Reversing Destructive Conflict
Presentation given at the Public Event of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.
The Association for Conflict Resolution Crisis Intervention online newsletter featured this presentation in its 2006 February issue.

Jacqueline Howell Wasilewski (2001)
Interculturalists as Dragon-Riders
In Journal of Intercultural Communication, SIETAR Japan, No 4, pp. 75-89.

Jacqueline Howell Wasilewski (2002)
Consensus-Based Decision-Making in a Global Society
Adapted from The Asiatic Society of Japan Bulletin No. 1, January 2002, compiled by Prof. Hugh E. Wilkinson and Mrs. Doreen Simmons.

Jacqueline Howell Wasilewski and La Donna Harris (2004)
Indigeneity, an Alternative Worldview: Four R's (Relationship, Responsibility, Reciprocity, Redistribution) Vs. Two P's (Power and Profit). Sharing the Journey Towards Conscious Evolution
In Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 21, pp. 489-503, published online in Wiley InterScience.

Jacqueline Howell Wasilewski and Laura Harris (2004)
Indigenous Wisdom of the People Forum: strategies for expanding a web of transnational indigenous interactions
In Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 21 September/October, pp. 505-514, published online in Wiley InterScience.

Jacqueline Howell Wasilewski (2005)
Japanese As Multiculturals: Charting One's Course With the Multicultural Compass
Tokyo: International Christian University, Division of International Studies & the Graduate School of Public Administration.

Jacqueline Howell Wasilewski (2005)
The Coe Boundary-Spanning Dialogue Approach (BDA) Project: Background & Previous Outcomes
Tokyo: International Christian University, Division of International Studies & the Graduate School of Public Administration.

Jacqueline Howell Wasilewski (2005)
Structured Dialogue Processes
Tokyo: International Christian University, Division of International Studies & the Graduate School of Public Administration.

Jacqueline Howell Wasilewski (2006)
Professor of Intercultural Communication at the Division of International Studies at the International Christian University (ICU) in Tokyo, Japan
The ICU-COE North East Asian Dialogue (NEAD) Project, 2005 & 2006
Abstract presented at the Second International Conference on Multicultural Discourses, 13-15th April 2007, Institute of Discourse and Cultural Studies, & Department of Applied Psychology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, as part of the 9th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.

Jacqueline Howell Wasilewski (2009)
The Role of Dignity and Humiliation in Indigenous Cultures and Its Usefulness for Global Dialogue
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Jacqueline Howell Wasilewski (2011)
Transforming Humiliation: Spiritual and Dialogic Aspects
Abstract presented at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.

Kaethe Weingarten (2000)
Witnessing, Wonder, and Hope
In Family Process, 39 Winter (4), pp. 389-402.

Kaethe Weingarten (2003)
Compassionate Witnessing and the Transformation of Societal Violence: How Individuals Can Make a Difference
New York: Adapted from Common Shock: Witnessing Violence Every Day - How We Are Harmed, How We Can Heal.
Printed by arrangement with Dutton, a member of the Penguin Group (USA), and copyright (c) Kaethe Weingarten, 2003.

George Wolfe (2013)
Peace is a Verb as Well as a Noun, the Path as Well as the Goal
Presentation given at the 2013 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 5-6, 2013.

George Woods (2010)
From the Plantations/Asylums to the Prisons: The Relationship between Humiliation, Stigma, Economics and Correctional Care for the Mentally Ill
Abstract presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Anne Wyatt-Brown (2005)
A Woman in Berlin: The Complexity of Humiliation at the End of World War II
Abstract of a paper presented at Round Table 2 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Anne Wyatt-Brown (2006)
A Woman in Berlin: An Endless Cycle of Female Humiliation, Berlin 1945
In Social Alternatives (Special Issue "Humiliation and History in Global Perspectives"), Vol. 25, No. 1, First Quarter, pp. 12-16, 2006 (the full text is available by obtaining a copy of the Special Issue of Social Alternatives from Ralph Summy, or here in pdf format).

Anne Wyatt-Brown (2006)
Humiliation In My Brother’s Image
Abstract presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Anne Wyatt-Brown (2007)
A Challenge to Medical Hierarchies
Abstract presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Anne Wyatt-Brown (2008)
A Holocaust Narrative of Humiliation and Resilience
Abstract presented at the 2008 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 11-12, 2008.

Anne Wyatt-Brown (2009)
The Burden of Palestinian Education: Undoing Humiliation
Paper presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Anne Wyatt-Brown (2010)
From Auschwitz to the International Court of Justice in the Hague
Abstract presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Bertram Wyatt-Brown (2004)
Honor, Shame, and Iraq in American Foreign Policy
Note presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Bertram Wyatt-Brown (2004)
Announcement of the 2004 James Pinckney Harrison Lectures in History.

Bertram Wyatt-Brown (2004)
Honor and America’s Wars: From Spain to Iraq
The 2004 James Pinckney Harrison Lectures in History, Monday, April 5, 2004.

Bertram Wyatt-Brown (2004)
Honor, Secession, and Civil War
The 2004 James Pinckney Harrison Lectures in History, Lyon Gardiner Tyler Department of History, Monday, March 29, 2004, 4:30 PM Andrews Hall 101.

Bertram Wyatt-Brown (2004)
Honor and America’s Wars: From the Revolution to Mexican Conquest
The 2004 James Pinckney Harrison Lectures in History, March 22, 2004, Andrews Hall 101.

Bertram Wyatt-Brown (2005)
The Changing Faces of Honor in National Crises: Civil War, Vietnam, Iraq, and the Southern Factor
The Johns Hopkins History Seminar, Fall 2005.

Bertram Wyatt-Brown & Victoria C. Fontan (2005)
"The Honor Factor"
Op Ed in The Baltimore Sun, January 23, 2005, p. 5F
Please see here the oringal long version.

Bertram Wyatt-Brown (2006)
Honor, Irony, and Humiliation in the Era of American Civil War
In Social Alternatives (Special Issue "Humiliation and History in Global Perspectives"), Vol. 25, No. 1, First Quarter, pp. 22-27, 2006 (the full text is available by obtaining a copy of the Special Issue of Social Alternatives from Ralph Summy, or here in pdf format).

Bertram Wyatt-Brown (2006)
Guest Editor's Introduction to the Special Issue 'History and Humiliation' of Social Alternative
In Social Alternatives (Special Issue "Humiliation and History in Global Perspectives"), Vol. 25, No. 1, First Quarter, pp. 3-4, 2006.

Bertram Wyatt-Brown (2006)
The Psychology of Humiliation: Mann’s “Mario and the Magician” and Hawthorne’s “Major Molineux, My Kinsman”
Abstract presented at the 23rd International Literature and Psychology Conference 2006, by the Institute for Psychological Study of the Arts (IPSA), University of Florida and the Department of Education, University of Helsinki, and the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Bertram Wyatt-Brown (2007)
T. E. Lawrence, Honor and Humiliation in the Middle East
Abstract presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Bertram Wyatt-Brown (2008)
Trials of Humiliation and Depression in George Orwell's Life and Novel 1984
Abstract presented at the 2008 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 11-12, 2008.

Bertram Wyatt-Brown (2009)
George Orwell, 1984, Humiliation in Life and Fiction
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Bertram Wyatt-Brown (2009)
“Murder by Duel,” Humiliation, Challenge, and Homicide, 2009: A Historian’s Dilemma of Judgment

Bertram Wyatt-Brown (2010)
George Orwell and the Question of Humiliation in Nineteen Eighty-Four

Bertram Wyatt-Brown (2010)
American Death Row Inmates: A Study of Imposed Humiliation and Deprivation
Paper presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

David C. Yamada (2007)
Imagining the Good Workplace: It Starts With Individual Dignity
In New Workplace Forum Series, April 24, 2007.

David C. Yamada (2009)
Human Dignity and American Employment Law
In: University of Richmond Law Review, 43, also Suffolk University Law School Research Paper No. 08-36, ssrn.com/abstract=1299176.

David C. Yamada (2009)
The Dignifying Effects of Workplace Bullying Legislation
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

David C. Yamada (2011)
Intellectual Activism: Using Blogs and Social Media to Advance a Human Dignity Agenda
Abstract presented at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.

David C. Yamada (2012)
American Elders: Human Dignity and the Aging Population
Abstract presented at the 2012 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 6-7, 2012.

Mitja Zagar (2008)
Reconciliation and its Impacts on Peace in the Balkans: Success or Failure?
Outline for a presentation for the conference "Reconciliation and Human Security in the Balkans" of the European Center for Peace and Development (ECPD) and the UN Peace University in Milocer, Montenegro, 30-31st October 2008.

Howard Zehr (2005)
Humiliation, Crime and Justice
Note presented at Round Table 3 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

 

Scholarly Papers by Global Directors & Global Core Team Members

We appreciate that you contact the authors if you wish to quote from the texts listed further down. Texts may usually be copied for non-profit educational use if proper credit is given to the authors and Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.

 

Ardian Adžanela

Adžanela, Ardian (2010)
Human Dignity and Humiliation in the Context of Post-War Society of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Presentation given at the 15th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Peace at Home, Peace in the World," in Istanbul, Turkey, 28th - 30th April 2010.

 

Zahid Shahab Ahmed

Ahmed, Zahid Shahab (2005)
Poverty, Family Stress & Parenting
March 2005.

Ahmed, Zahid Shahab (2005)
Situation of Human Rights in Bangladesh
March 2005.

Ahmed, Zahid Shahab (2005)
Poverty, Globalization, Social Customs & South Asian Children in Prostitution
April 2005.

Ahmed, Zahid Shahab (2006)
Poverty Alleviation Through Micro-Credit

Ahmed, Zahid Shahab (2010) co-authored with Rajeshwari Balasubramanian
Extremism in Pakistan and India: The case of the Jamaat-e-Islami and Shiv Sena
Colombo, Sri Lanka: Regional Centre for Strategic Studies.

Ahmed, Zahid Shahab (2011)
Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment (PCIA): Lessons from Pakistan
In Peace and Conflict Review, vol. 5, no. 2, 2011, pp. 12-27 [refereed Journal article].

Ahmed, Zahid Shahab (2011)
A review of the book entitled “Asia’s New Regionalism” by Ellen L. Frost
In the Journal of South Asian Development.

Ahmed, Zahid Shahab (2011)
Terrorism and Pakistan’s security dilemma, web article.

Noor Akbar

Akbar, Noor (2010)
Honor Killing in Pakistan: The Case of 5 Women Buried Alive
Gothenburg, Sweden: University of Gothenburg Sweden, Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies

Akbar, Noor (2010)
How should we define genocide?
London: University of Roehampton, Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies

Akbar, Noor (2010)
Women Rights in FATA Pakistan: A Critical Review of NGOs' Communication Strategies for Projects’ Implementation
SOA-3902 A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the degree: Master in Human Rights Practice Department of Social Anthropology, University of Tromsø School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg School of Business and Social Sciences, Roehampton University 28th May 2010

Harsh Agarwal

Agarwal, Harsh (2007)
Conversation Between Harsh Agarwal and Michael Britton on Ragging
New Delhi, India: Coalition to Uproot Ragging from Education (CURE)

Agarwal, Harsh (2008)
Ragging: Can we ever solve this problem?
New Delhi, India: Coalition to Uproot Ragging from Education (CURE)

Agarwal, Harsh (2008)
A four and a half minute song with video on ragging produced by CURE on YouTube, and downloadable as high resolution version of this song and video, 2008
New Delhi, India: Coalition to Uproot Ragging from Education (CURE)

Agarwal, Harsh (2009)
Is it Ragging or Stockholm Syndrome in our Campuses?
New Delhi, India: Coalition to Uproot Ragging from Education (CURE)

Agarwal, Harsh (2010)
Psychology Behind Ragging
New Delhi, India: Paper presented at the seminar “Legal Awareness Programme on Anti-Ragging” in the session “Understanding Psychology Behind Ragging” chaired by the acting Chief Justice of Delhi High Court, organised by the Delhi Legal Services Authority (DLSA), in the Vallabhbhai Patel Chest Institute (VPCI) Auditorium, New Delhi, India, 20th March 2010

Agarwal, Harsh (2010)
Helplessness of anti-ragging Helpline number (1800-180-5522)
New Delhi, India: Coalition to Uproot Ragging from Education (CURE)

Agarwal, Harsh (2011)
Three Stages in Ragging
New Delhi, India

Sarwar Alam

Alam, Sarwar (2008)
The Genesis of Islamic Extremism in Bangladesh
Paper presented at the 2008 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 11-12, 2008.

Neil Altman

Altman, Neil (2004)
Humiliation, Retaliation, and Violence
in Tikkun Magazine, January/February 2004.

Annette Anderson-Engler

Anderson-Engler, Annette (2004)
Humiliation and Displaced Identity
Note presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Anderson-Engler, Annette (2005)
Displaced Identity and Humiliation in Children of Vietnam Veterans
Note presented at the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Anderson-Engler, Annette (2007)
Constructing and Reconstructing Narratives – A Passageway to Personal Meaning and Social Change
Abstract presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Anderson-Engler, Annette (2009)
Shared Narratives: The “Voice” of Personal and Social Identity – Are we Listening?
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Anderson-Engler, Annette (2010)
Humiliation Through Silent Grief in Women: When Words Are Not Enough
Abstract presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Alison Anthoine

Anthoine, Alison (2006)
The Role of Dignity and Humiliation in the Delivery of Healthcare Services
Note presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Mohammad Abul Kalam Azad

Azad, Mohammad Abul Kalam (2006)
Peace and Stability in Bangladesh through Peace, Charity Sustainable Development Education, Peace Education

San Jose, Costa Rica: United Nations-mandated University for Peace, Project Development Report.

Azad, Mohammad Abul Kalam (2014)
Sustainable Development in Bangladesh: Problem and Prospects
Paper presented at the 23rd Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies 'Returning Dignity', in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand, 8th - 12th March 2014.

María Cristina Azcona

Azcona, María Cristina (2005)
Dignity and Humiliation in Argentina
Paper written for HumanDHS.

Zehlia Babaci-Wilhite

Babaci-Wilhite, Zehlia and MacLeans Geo-JaJa (2011)
Language As a Right in Education: A Case Study of Zanzibar Curriculum Reform
Abstract presented at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.

Babaci-Wilhite, Zehlia (2012)
Preservation of local languages-in-education: Why not in Africa?
Abstract presented at the 2012 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 6-7, 2012.
See video recording.

Babaci-Wilhite, Zehlia (2013)
Search for Dignity by Implementing African Languages in School
Abstract presented at the 21st Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Search for Dignity," in South Africa, 25th - 28th April 2013.
See a video of her presentation on Day Three of the conference, 26th April 2013.

Babaci-Wilhite, Zehlia (Ed.) (2014)
Giving Space to African Voices: Rights in Local Languages and Local Curriculum
Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense.

David Balosa

Balosa, David (2013)
Global Intercultural Citizenship for Dignity: Philo-politico-Educational Perspectives
Abstract presented at the 2013 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 5-6, 2013. See also his Powerpoint presentation, and see his sharing of the fable of The Rat and Toad (Morale: Humiliation creates crisis).

Balosa, David (2014)
The Politics of Language in the U.S. - Humiliation for Language Minority Speakers
Paper contributed to the 2014 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 4-5, 2014.

Balosa, David, and Seif Sekalala (2014)
Global Intercultural Citizenship (GIC) in Rwandan Reconstructive Dialogue
Paper contributed to the 2014 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 4-5, 2014.

Liu "Chunchun" Bangchun

Bangchun, Liu (2012)
The Peacefulness of Chinese Teenagers

Paper prepared for the 21st Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Search for Dignity," in South Africa, 25th - 28th April 2013

Leland R. Beaumont

Beaumont, Leland R. (2007)
Metrics - A Practical Example, and Thoughts on a Measurements Plan
Contribution presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Beaumont, Leland R. (2008)
Humiliation Index Ideas
Contribution presented at the Global Dignity & Humiliation Assessment Initiative.

Beaumont, Leland R. (2008)
Assessing Humiliation: Ideas and an Approach
Proposals developed over the past year for the Twelfth Annual HumanDHS Conference
See also as Powerpoint file.

Florina Benoit & Ashok Gladston Xavier

Florina Benoit & Joseph Xavier (2006)
The Life of Sri Lankan Refugees A Paradigm Shift
Abstract presented at the Second International Conference on Multicultural Discourses, 13-15th April 2007, Institute of Discourse and Cultural Studies, & Department of Applied Psychology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, as part of the 9th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.

Mari Otterlei Blikom

Otterlei Blikom, Mari (2005)
Beyond Humiliation: Encouraging Human Dignity in the Lives and Work of All People
Note presented at "Beyond Humiliation: Encouraging Human Dignity in the Lives and Work of All People," 5th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies in Berlin, 15th -17th September, 2005.

Otterlei Blikom, Mari (2006)
Understanding the Lives of Refugees Living in Exile: A Core Social Motive Approach
Master Thesis, Department of Psychology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), 7491 Trondheim, Norway.

Raïs Neza Boneza

Neza Boneza, Raïs (2005-2006)
Peace by African’s Peaceful Means: Obstacles and Resources to Peace
Rapport of the Projects Initiated in the Great Lakes Region of Africa
Uganda-Burundi-D.R.Congo
.

Neza Boneza, Raïs (2006)
Toward the Ubuntu-ization of the World: A Khemetic/African Perspective on the Middle East Crisis/Crime
Gitega (Burundi/East-Africa).

Olga Botcharova

Botcharova, Olga (2001)
Implementation of Track Two Diplomacy: Developing a Model of Forgiveness
In Helmick, Raymond G. and Petersen, Rodney L. (Eds.), Forgiveness and Reconciliation: Religion, Public Policy and Conflict Transformation (pp. 269-293). Philadelphia, PA: Templeton Foundation Press.

Michael Britton

Britton, Michael (2008)
Appreciative Leadership in Our HumanDHS Network: The Tree - Job Descriptions!
Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.

Britton, Michael (2007)
Finding the ‘Right’ Moral Tone Regarding Climate Change And Travel, 2007.
Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.

Britton, Michael (2007)
Conversation Between Harsh Agarwal and Michael Britton on Ragging, 2007.

Britton, Michael (2007)
Finding the ‘Right’ Moral Tone Regarding Climate Change And Travel, 2007.

Britton, Michael (2001)
Weapons of Mass Destruction
In Christie, Winter, Wagner (Ed.) Peace Conflict and Violence: Peace Psychology for the 21st Century. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Britton, Michael (1993)
Transforming Myths of War to Create a Legacy of Peace
In V. K. Kool (Ed.) Non-Violence: Social and Psychological Issues.
Lanham, MD: University of Press of America.

Britton, Michael (1989)
Adults' Perceptions of Childhood Experiences of Parental Love As Predictive of Stability and Levels of Enjoyment in Adult Relationships. Doctoral Dissertation. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International (Order Number 9004433).

Britton, Michael, and Selina Köhr (2012)
What makes life good for you now? What would make this a world you feel is good? An historical era you would love?
Open Space session convened by Michael Britton at the 19th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "In the Aftermath of the 22nd July: How to Sustain a Global Culture of Equality in Dignity or likeverd," in Oslo, Norway, 27th - 30th August 2012. Notes taken by Selina Köhr.

Chipamong Chowdhury Chipamong (family name), or Bhante Revata (monk's name, as known in the monastic communities)

Chowdhury, Chipamong (Banthe Revata) (2008)
Feminine Spirituality and Its Dignity: History of Buddhist Feminine Philosophy
Abstract presented at the 11th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS) in Norway, June 2008.

Chowdhury, Chipamong (Banthe Revata) (2008)
Inner Peace and Outer Peace: A Buddhist Contemplative Perspective
Abstract presented at the 2008 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 11-12, 2008.

Chowdhury, Chipamong (Banthe Revata) (2009)
Practicing Non-violent and Working on Peace
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Chowdhury, Chipamong (Banthe Revata) (2013)
Some Things About Something: A Buddhist Memoir From Tartu, a small memoir like-article by Chipamong Chowdhury posted on October 1, 2013, in the blog ot the University of Tartu in Estonia.

Chowdhury, Chipamong (Banthe Revata) (2013)
Who Betrays Whom? Buddhism and Monastic Politics in Modern Sri Lanka, by Chipamong Chowdhury in Fair Observer, May 24, 2013.

Chowdhury, Chipamong (Banthe Revata) (2013)
Buddhism Transformed: Exploring Baltic Buddhist Identities and Traditions, a Keynote Speech by Chipamong Chowdhury at the Interdisciplinary Conference "Dharma in Change: Process and Development of Buddhism in the Baltic Sea Area," a conference dedicated to the 75th birth anniversary of Linnart Mall (1938-2010), a founder of Buddhist Studies and promoter of Buddhism in Estonia, at the University of Tartu, Centre for Oriental Studies, supported by Estonian Oriental Society and Estonian Institute of Buddhism, 23 and 24 May, 2013.

Chowdhury, Chipamong (Banthe Revata) (2013)
Gender Dignity Across Cultures
A call for papers presented at the 2013 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 5-6, 2013.

Dana Comstock

Hammer, Tonya, and Comstock, Dana (2007)
The Global Impact of Humiliation on Relationships and World Peace, presentation proposal to the Third International Women's Peace Conference, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A., July 10-15, 2007.

Alvin Cota

Hispanics Native Americans – Mexicans, and Indians: What Role Does Language Play in Defining these Groups?
Presentation co-presented with Darci Monroe for the Spring Oregon Council for Social Studies, an organization for Social Studies (mostly History) teachers in Oregon, March 2, 2013.

Marília Borges Costa

Costa, Marília Borges (2002)
Fios diaspóricos nas narrativas de The Woman Warrior, de Maxine Hong Kingston
São Paulo: Universidade de São Paulo, doctoral dissertation.

Pamela M. Creed

Creed, Pamela (2006)
The Dominant American Narrative between 9/11/01 and the Invasion of Iraq
Introduction to a potential dissertation, presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006. The dissertation aims to analyze the dominant American narrative between 9/11/01 and the invasion of Iraq through positioning theory and the literature on humiliation and conflict.

Creed, Pamela (2007)
An American Conflict of Mind: Competing Narratives of National Identity and Values.

Miraj U. Desai

Desai, Miraj U. (2011)
The Psychological, the Sociopolitical, and Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Lessons from Frantz Fanon
Abstract presented at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.

Nora Femenia

Femenia, Nora (2000)
Emotional Actor: Foreign Policy Decision-Making in the 1982 Falklands/Malvinas War
In Patrick G. Coy, and Lynne M. Woehrle (Eds.), Social Conflicts and Collective Identities. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Femenia, Nora (2007)
Healing Humiliation and the Need for Revenge
Paper submitted to the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Femenia, Nora (2008)
Humiliation Dynamics and A Therapy of Social Action: A Path to Restore Dignity after Domestic Violence
Paper discussed at the International Workshop: "Humiliation Dynamics and Restorative Dialogue," Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Gipuzkoa, Spain, 10-11 April 2008.

Grace Feuerverger

Feuerverger, Grace (2005)
The "School For Peace": A Conflict Resolution Program in a Jewish-Palestinian Village
Paper presented at the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Feuerverger, Grace (2006)
Building Bridges to Peace and Social Justice: An Emancipatory Discourse in a Jewish-Palestinian Village in Israel
Abstract presented at the Second International Conference on Multicultural Discourses, 13-15th April 2007, Institute of Discourse and Cultural Studies, & Department of Applied Psychology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, as part of the 9th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.

Feuerverger, Grace (2006)
Teaching, Learning and Other Miracles (Rotterdam: SensePublishers) explores teaching and learning in schools as a sacred life journey, a quest toward liberation (see the flyer).

Feuerverger, Grace (2009)
On the Child's Right to Identity, the Best Interests of the Child and Human Dignity
An Excerpt from Chapter Three of Teaching, Learning and Other Miracles (2007, Rotterdam: Sense), “What I learned from my first day of Kindergarten” presented at the 13th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "World Peace Through Humiliation-Free Global Human Interactions," in Honolulu, Hawai'i.

Feuerverger, Grace (2009)
Teaching and Writing Vulnerably: An Auto-Ethnography about Schools as Places of Hope
Presentation held at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Feuerverger, Grace (2011)
Acts of “Great Generosity of Spirit”: The Classroom as a Pathway Toward Abundance and Dignity
Abstract presented at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.

Feuerverger, Grace (2012)
Auto-Ethnographic Reflections on the Immigrant and Refugee Experience in an Inner-city High School in Toronto
Abstract presented at the 2012 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 6-7, 2012.

Tony Gaskew

Gaskew, Tony (2009)
The Role of Humiliation and Dignity for Structural, and Political Violence
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Gaskew, Tony (2009)
Are You With the F.B.I.? Fieldwork Challenges in a Post-9/11 Muslim American Community
In Practicing Anthropology, 31 (2), pp. 12-17.

Gaskew, Tony (2009)
Peacemaking Criminology: An Ethnographic Study of Muslim Americans, the USA PATRIOT Act, and the War on Terror
In Contemporary Justice Review, 12 (3), pp. 345-366.

Gaskew, Tony (2010)
Released: Searching for Dignity and Respect Through Prison Re-entry Initiatives
Abstract presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Gaskew, Tony (2010)
Rethinking Prison Reentry: Transforming Humiliation into Humility
Abstract shared at the 2014 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 4-5, 2014.

MacLeans Geo-JaJa

Babaci-Wilhite, Zehlia &  Geo-JaJa, MacLeans (2011)
Language As a Right in Education: A Case Study of Zanzibar Curriculum Reform
Abstract presented at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.

Macleans Geo-JaJa (2012)
Human Rights in Development Aid for Self-determination: Any Cause for Education Concern?
Abstract presented at the 2012 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 6-7, 2012. See video recording.

José Calvo González

Calvo González, José (2006)
La fragilidad de los Derechos, Revista de Derecho. Universidad Centroamericana. Facultad de Ciencias Jurídicas (Managua. Nicaragua), n m. 9/ 2005, pp. 203-218, et aussi Revista Brasileira de Direito Constitucional, núm. 8 (Ética y Constituiçao), Jul/Dez 2006 (en presse).

Calvo González, José (2005)
Harmonías jurídicas. Algunas notas (musicales) sobre Derecho y Justicia, en Mundo Jurídico 15/10/2005 (Brasil), pp. 1-8 (http://www.mundojuridico.adv.br/sis-artigos/artigos.asp?codigo=705).

Thomas Clough Daffern

Daffern, Thomas Clough (2005)
Enlightenments: Towards a Comparative Analysis of the Philosophies of Enlightenment in Buddhist, Eastern and Western Thought and the Search for a Holistic Enlightenment Suitable for the Contemporary World
Paper presented at the SOAS Buddhist Conference for Dongguk University on Global Ecological problems and the Buddhist Perspective, February.

Daffern, Thomas Clough (2005)
Beyond Humiliation: Encouraging Human Dignity in the Lives and Work of All People
Paper presented at "Beyond Humiliation: Encouraging Human Dignity in the Lives and Work of All People," 5th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies in Berlin, 15th -17th September, 2005.

Daffern, Thomas Clough (2005)
Peace Studies and Global Philosophy (IIPSGP) Newsletter, Summer 2005.

Daffern, Thomas Clough (2006)
Peace Studies and Global Philosophy (IIPSGP) Newsletter, Summer 2006.

Daffern, Thomas Clough (2007)
Press Release to Launch a Meeting of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission for the Middle East (TRCME)

Antoinette Errante

Errante, Antoinette (2008)
Of Broken Hearts and Tangled Fury: Institutionalized Shame and Humiliation in the Education Sector
Abstract presented at the 2008 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 11-12, 2008.

Errante, Antoinette (2013)
Inequality, the Achievement Gap and Overcoming Institutionalized Humilation: A Tale of Four Middle Schools
Abstract presented at the 2013 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 5-6, 2013.

Joám Evans Pim

Evans Pim, Joám (2009)
Toward a Nonkilling Paradigm
Honolulu, HI: Center for Global Nonkilling, June 2009.

Katrine Fangen

Fangen, Katrine (2006)
Humiliation Experienced by Somali Immigrants in Norway
In Journal of Refugee Studies, 19 (1, March), 2006.
Katrine developed this article from a paper presented at the 2004 Annual Meeting of Humiliation Studies, Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, Paris, 15th-18th September 2004.

Victoria C. Fontan

Fontan, Victoria C. (2003)
The Dialectics of Humiliation: Polarization between Occupier and Occupied in Post-Saddam Iraq
Unpublished draft (not to be cited without author's authorization).

Bertram Wyatt-Brown & Victoria C. Fontan (2005)
"The Honor Factor"
Op Ed in The Baltimore Sun, January 23, 2005, p. 5F
Please see here the oringal long version.

Fontan, Victoria C. (2006)
Hubris, History, and Humiliation: Quest for Utopia in Post-Saddam Iraq
In Social Alternatives (Special Issue "Humiliation and History in Global Perspectives"), Vol. 25, No. 1, First Quarter, pp. 56-61, 2006 (the full text is available by obtaining a copy of the Special Issue of Social Alternatives from Ralph Summy, or here in pdf format).

Fontan, Victoria C. Fontan (2008)
Voices from Post-Saddam Iraq: Living with Terrorism, Insurgency, and New Forms of Tyranny
Westport, CT: Greenwood/Praeger Security International.

Hagitte Gal-Ed

Gal-Ed, Hagitte (2010)
ARTiculating(c) Human Dignity
Presentation summary for the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Gal-Ed, Hagitte together with Mohammed Eid Mousa Abuayash (2011)
Garden Of Peace in the Middle East: ARTiculating Human Dignity with Palestinian Children
Presentation summary for the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.

Zinthiya Ganeshpanchan

Ganeshpanchan, Zinthiya (2005)
Domestic and Gender based Violence among Refugees and Internally Displaced Women

Ganeshpanchan, Zinthiya (2005)
New Parenting
Text written for Parents and Equal Dignity, Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, www.humiliationstudies.org/intervention/parents.php.

Jean-Damascène Gasanabo

Gasanabo, Jean-Damascène (2006)
The Rwanda Akazi (Forced Labour) System, History, and Humiliation
In Social Alternatives (Special Issue "Humiliation and History in Global Perspectives"), Vol. 25, No. 1, First Quarter, pp. 50-55, 2006 (the full text is available by obtaining a copy of the Special Issue of Social Alternatives from Ralph Summy, or here in pdf format).

Francisco Gomes de Matos

Gomes de Matos, Francisco (2001)
Applying the Pedagogy of Positiveness to Diplomatic Communication
In Jovan Kurblija and Hannah Slavik (Eds.) Language and Diplomacy. Msida, Malta: DiploProjects.

Gomes de Matos, Francisco (2004)
Poem on Peace Patriotism.
Please see Francisco's other poems here.

Gomes de Matos, Francisco (2004)
Review of Ronald Carter: Language and Creativity. The Art of Common
Talk

Routledge, London 2004.

Gomes de Matos, Francisco (2005)
Communicative Humiliation: A Sociolinguistic Checklist
A sociolinguistic checklist identifying how humiliation is communicated in daily life, so as to create a database that can be used by policy planners who attempt to diminish and end humiliating practices.

Gomes de Matos, Francisco (2006)
Humiliation and Its Brazilian History as a Domain of Sociolinguistic Study
In Social Alternatives (Special Issue "Humiliation and History in Global Perspectives"), Vol. 25, No. 1, First Quarter, pp. 40-43, 2006 (the full text is available by obtaining a copy of the Special Issue of Social Alternatives from Ralph Summy, or here in pdf format).

Gomes de Mato, Francisco (2007)
A Review of Stephen Post and Jill Neimark, Why Good Things Happen to Good People. The Exciting New Research That Proves the Link Between Doing Good and Living a Longer, Healthier, Happier Life (New York: Broadway Books, 2007, xv + 302 pp).

Gomes de Mato, Francisco (2007)
Review of Working for Peace: A Handbook of Practical Psychology And Other Tools by Psychologists for Social Responsibility (Author), Arun Gandhi (Foreword), Rachel M. Macnair (Editor) (Atascadero, California: Impact Publishers, 2006).

Gomes de Mato, Francisco (2007/1984)
Two Typologies of Linguistic Rights.

Gomes de Mato, Francisco (2009)
Nurturing Nonkilling: A Poetic Plantation, also in Joám Evans Pim (Ed.), Toward a Nonkilling Paradigm, Honolulu: Center for Global Nonkilling (June 2009). Please see the praise by Morton Deutsch of Francisco Gomes de Matos' chapter.

Gomes de Mato, Francisco (2009)
Interview with Francisco Gomes de Matos in Dialogia, São Paulo, 8 (2), 2009, pp. 173-182.

Gomes de Mato, Francisco (2011)
ABA Poster Series, "Being Educated for Nonkilling," "TESOLers as Appliers of Nonkilling," "The Day Weapons Refused to Kill," "Educating All Children for Nonkilling."
Associacao Brasil America, Recife, Brazil, design by Ane Cleide.

Gomes de Mato, Francisco (2012)
ABA Poster 2012 "Global Women: A Man's View," designed by Karina Gomes.

Tonya Hammer

Hammer, Tonya, and Comstock, Dana (2007)
The Global Impact of Humiliation on Relationships and World Peace, presentation proposal to the Third International Women's Peace Conference, Dallas, Texas U.S.A ., July 10-15, 2007.

Hammer, Tonya (2008)
The Role of Dignity and Humiliation for Myths, Stereotypes, and Controlling Images in Film
Abstract presented at the 2008 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 11-12, 2008.

Tonya Hammer and Selma Yznaga (2010)
Shunned by Difference: The Intersection of Humiliation and Discrimination
Abstract presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Jiuquan Han

Han, Jiuquan (2007)
"Five Penalties": A Psychological-Cultural-Social-Historical Construct
Paper presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Atle Hetland

Hetland, Atle (2006)
Learning Away From Home: A Foundation Book in Refugee and Emergency Education - Cases: "Basic Education for Afghan Refugees" - BEFARe and Other Refugee and Returnee Education Activities in Pakistan and Afghanistan 1980 - 2005 (Expanded Volume).
Islamabad, Pakistan: Alhamra Publishing.

Hetland, Atle (2007)
Cosmopolitan No More? Atle Hetland reviews The Reluctant Fundamentalist by Mohsin Hamid
Oxford University Press, Karachi, 2007.

Hetland, Atle (2008)
Education Denied - Why does Pakistan not have Education for All?
Article for The News on Sunday, Lahore, Pakistan, 17.02.2008.

Hetland, Atle (2008)
Words and Wars
Article for the "Political Economy Section" in The News on Sunday, Lahore, Pakistan, 14.12.2008.

Hetland, Atle (2010)
The Know NORWAY Book: Background for Understanding the Country and Its People - Pakistan and Afghanistan Edition
Islamabad, Pakistan: Mr. Books Publishers and Booksellers.

Hetland, Atle (2010)
The Right to Aid
In The Nation, 19th August 2010.

Hetland, Atle (2010)
Morals of Aid
In The Nation, 26th August 2010.

Hetland, Atle (2010)
Studying Society
In The Nation, 2nd September 2010.

Hetland, Atle (2012)
Rights Issues and the Social Sciences
In The Nation, 20th September 2012.

Hetland, Atle (2012)
Education First
In The Nation, 27th September 2012.

Hetland, Atle (2012)
Peace Within Ourselves?
In The Nation, 4th October 2012.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
The Two Cultures
In The Nation, 24th January 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
Owners of Dreams
Iin The Nation, 21st January 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
Religion, Media and the Economy
Article for The Nation, 28th March 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
Everything Is Local, not Only in Africa
Article for The Nation, 4th April 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
Politicians' Qualifications
Article for The Nation, 11th April 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
Ramadan and Eid - the whole year
Article for The Nation, 8th August 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
Nation-Building and Identity
Article for The Nation, 15th August 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
We Are All Ordinary People
Article for The Nation, 22nd August 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
"Don't tell anyone!"
Article for The Nation, 29th August 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
Lessons in Education for the Future,
Article for The Nation, 12th September 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
In the Wake of Terror Tragedies
Article for The Nation, 26th September 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
Promise of a New Day in Education
Article for The Nation, 3rd October 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
Better Mental Health Awareness for Better Lives
Article for The Nation, 10th October 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
Iceland's warm gender relations
Article for The Nation, 31st October 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
"Rural women don't eat eggs – they sell them to the city,"
Article for DAWN ISLAMABAD Metro & North, 3rd November 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
Finding the Best in Us All
Article for The Nation, 12 December 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2013)
Counting Telephone Poles – Or Learning to Think?
Article for The Nation, 19th December 2013.

Hetland, Atle (2014)
Diversity and Multiculturalism in Europe
Article for The Nation, 20 February 2014.

Hetland, Atle (2014)
Hearing – But not Listening
Article for The Nation, 20 March 2014.

Hetland, Atle (2014)
Easter: A Message of Change
Article for The Nation, 17 April 2014.

Hetland, Atle (2014)
Is There Logic Behind the Illogical?
Article for The Nation, 26 June 2014.

Hetland, Atle (2014)
What Is It to Be Young?
Article for The Nation, 7 August 2014.

Hetland, Atle (2014)
The Journey and the Destination
Article for The Nation, 29 July 2014.

Hetland, Atle (2014)
The Tragedy of the Palestinian people: Can the Youth Find New Solutions?
Article for DAWN ISLAMABAD, 3 August 2014.

Hetland, Atle (2014)
Nobel Prize Week
Article for The Nation, 16 October 2014.

Hetland, Atle (2014)
Challenges to Inclusion
Article for The Nation, 23 October 2014.

Hetland, Atle (2014)
Ebola in a Class World
Article for The Nation, 30 October 2014.

Hetland, Atle (2014)
From Cold War to Cold Peace?
Article for The Nation, 13 November 2014.

Hetland, Atle (2014)
The Rich Have Met
Article for The Nation, 20 November 2014.

Hetland, Atle (2014)
Thanksgiving
Article for The Nation, 27 November 2014.

Hetland, Atle (2014)
The Pope's Journeys
Article for The Nation, 4 December 2014.

Pandora Hopkins

Hopkins, Pandora (2006)
Religious Fundamentalism, Dignity, and Discussion: Open Space Discussion #1, Convened by Pandora Hopkins
Summary presented at 7th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies in Costa Rica, 6th-9th September, 2006.

Hopkins, Pandora (2008)
Manufacturing Shame: The Danger of Purity
In The Peace and Conflict Review, Fall, vol. 3 no. 1, 2008.

Hopkins, Pandora (2008)
Politics of the Absurd: Sarah Palin and the Mindset for War
In Peace and Conflict Monitor, December 02, 2008.

Hopkins, Pandora (2010)
The Courage to Combat Humiliation
Paper presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Takis Ioannides

Ionnides, Takis (2011)
Human Dignity (in Greek)
Written on 15th July 2011.

Ionnides, Takis (2012)
The Meaning and Practice of Love (in Greek)
14th March 2012.

Ionnides, Takis (2012)
Socrates "triple refined Test
10th April 2012.

Lone Alice Johansen

Johansen, Lone Alice (2007)
African Solutions to African Intergroup Conflicts: Ubuntu and Humiliation, A Study of Ubuntu and Its Effect on Perceived Humiliation in an Interactive Track Two Dialogue Seminar. .

Vegar Jordanger

Jordanger, Vegar (2014)
Music Journeys As a Tool for Dialogue and Track Two Diplomacy
(in Arabic),
Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, www.humiliationstudies.org/publications/publications.php#jordanger.
The English version "Healing Cultural Violence - Collective Vulnerability through Guided Imagery with Music," was published in Music and Conflict Transformation - Harmonies and Dissonances in Geopolitics, edited by Olivier Urbain, 2008.

Rina Kashyap

Kashyap, Rina (2005)
The Subversion of the Colonial System of Humiliation: A case study of the Gandhian Strategy
Paper presented at Round Table 3 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Tomoko Ishii

Ishii, Tomoko (2005)
Most Domestic Violence Victims Suffer PTSD
The Daily Yomiuri, June 4, 2005.

Ishii, Tomoko (2012)
Overcoming Stress: Psychological, Physical Methods for Mindfulness
The Daily Yomiuri, September 9, 2012
, see also www.yomiuri.co.jp.

Paresh Kathrani

Kathrani, Paresh (2010)
Inside or Outside: Asylum Seekers on the Periphery of Borders
Paper presented at the 15th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Peace at Home, Peace in the World," in Istanbul, Turkey, 28th - 30th April 2010.

Alisa Klein

Klein, Alisa (2010)
De-valorizing Victimhood: Transforming the Dominant Narratives of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict

Abstract presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Donald C. Klein

Klein, Donald C. (1991)
The Humiliation Dynamic: An Overview
In Klein, Donald C. (Ed.), The Humiliation Dynamic: Viewing the Task of Prevention From a New Perspective, Special Issue, Journal of Primary Prevention, Part I, 12, No. 2, 1991. New York, NY: Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers.

Klein, Donald C. (2000)
Creating Social Glue in the Community: A Psychologist's View
Revised version of paper presented at 'Rising Tide: Community Development for a Changing World', 32nd annual conference of the Community Development Society, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, July 26, 2000.

Klein, Donald C. (2004)
Community MetaFunctions and the Humiliation Dynamic
Paper presented at the 2004 Annual Meeting on Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, Paris, September 16-18, 2004 (not to be cited without author's authorization).

Klein, Donald C. (2004)
Appreciative Psychology: An Antidote to Humiliation
Final paper presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Klein, Donald C. (2005)
The Humiliation Dynamic: Looking to the Past and Future
Paper presented at the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.
Please see also Looking to the Past, Looking to the Future, New Years Greetings: 2006!

Klein, Alan (Don's son) (2012)
Past Master: Don Klein
First published in Practising Social Change, Issue 05, May 2012, pp. 48-49.

Selina Köhr

Köhr, Selina (2012)
The Kashmir-Conflict from a Psychological Perspective: How do Humiliations and Emotions on the National Level Account for the Development of the Donflict?
Paper presented at the 19th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "In the Aftermath of the 22nd July: How to Sustain a Global Culture of Equality in Dignity or likeverd," in Oslo, Norway, 27th - 30th August 2012.

Britton, Michael and Selina Köhr (2012)
What makes life good for you now? What would make this a world you feel is good? An historical era you would love?
Open Space session convened by Michael Britton at the 19th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "In the Aftermath of the 22nd July: How to Sustain a Global Culture of Equality in Dignity or likeverd," in Oslo, Norway, 27th - 30th August 2012. Notes taken by Selina Köhr.

Kebadu M. Gebremariam, Latha Nrugham, and Selina Köhr (2012)
What is Humiliation?, by Kebadu M. Gebremariam, and Humiliation and Suicidal Behaviour, by Latha Nrugham
Combined Open Space session convened by Kebadu M. Gebremariam and Latha Nrugham at the 19th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "In the Aftermath of the 22nd July: How to Sustain a Global Culture of Equality in Dignity or likeverd," in Oslo, Norway, 27th - 30th August 2012. Notes taken by Selina Köhr.

Hans Kolstad

Kolstad, Hans (2012)
Human Dignity as a Key to Confront the Future
Paper presented at the 19th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "In the Aftermath of the 22nd July: How to Sustain a Global Culture of Equality in Dignity or likeverd," in Oslo, Norway, 27th - 30th August 2012.

Alyi Patrick Lalur

Lalur, Alyi Patrick (2005)
Child Soldiers Worldwide: Uncharted Cycles of Slavery Beneath the Surface of International Shame
Paper presented at the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Bill Leland

Leland, Bill (2007)
Dignity, Humiliation, and Mutual Empowerment for Fundamental Change
Abstract presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Ana Ljubinkovic

Ljubinkovic, Ana (2005)
Milk and Urine: Intentional Humiliation as a part of Humanitarian Assistance
Note presented at "Beyond Humiliation: Encouraging Human Dignity in the Lives and Work of All People," 5th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies in Berlin, 15th -17th September, 2005.

Ljubinkovic, Ana (2005)
From Violent to Subtle Humiliation: Case of Somali Victims of UNOSOM Living in the Refugee Camps in Kenya
Note presented at Round Table 1 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Ljubinkovic, Ana (2005)
Is Hope the Last to Die? Research Study On The Situational Analysis In The Dadaab Refugee Camps.

Ljubinkovic, Ana (2005)
Report on Field Research Conducted in Dadaab Refugee Camps (16.05.05 - 01.06.05).

Christine Locher

Locher, Christine (2007)
The Conflict with North Korea / North Korea as a Source of Conflict. An Analysis from a Peace Studies Perspective.
Presented as graduation thesis in Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies at FernUniversität Hagen.

Lucien Lombardo

Lombardo, Lucien (2013)
Childhood, Humiliation and Conflict: Reproduction of the Cycle
Abstract presented at the 2013 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 5-6, 2013. See also his Powerpoint presentation Childhood as the Last Colony.

Lombardo, Lucien (2014)
Bringing Human Dignity to Work and Workplace through the Study of Work
Outline for the "Work and Professional Studies" degree program developed at the Old Dominion University Norfolk, VA, shared at the 2014 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 4-5, 2014.

Arial Lublin

Lublin, Ariel (2005)
Addressing Humiliation through Listening with Respect: A Restorative Justice Model for Victims, Offenders, and Law Enforcement
Note presented at Round Table 3 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Zuzana Luckay

Luckay, Zuzana (2006)
Restoring Social Order in Post-Apartheid South Africa: The Role of Public Confession and Private Repentance in the Administration of Transitional Justice
Abstract of a presentation at the Global Political and Social Order Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, 2006.

Luckay, Zuzana (2007)
Violence, Crime and Fear in Contemporary South-African Literature
Presentation at the Violence, Hostility and the Construction of Enemies Conference, 2nd May - 5th May 2007, Budapest, Hungary.
Please see here the e-book version.

Luckay, Zuzana (2007)
The Role of Literature in Human Rights: Studying The Art of the Novel Through the Texts of Milan Kundera, J.M. Coetzee and Ernesto Sabato
Presentation in the 'Worlds, Texts, Critics' Conference in Durban, July 2007.

Luckay, Zuzana (2008)
Doing ‘Good’, Maintaining Dignity: the effects of apartheid on ethical choices studied via contemporary South African fiction
Abstract of a presentation at ‘Culture, Language And Literature Across Border Regions’ International Conference At Pavol Jozef Šafárik University In Košice, Slovakia , April 2008.

Luckay, Zuzana (2008)
Representations of Violence in Contemporary South African Fiction
Abstract for a presentation at 'Violence and the Contexts of Hostility,' global inter-disciplinary conference to be held in Budapest, Hungary in May 2008.

Luckay, Zuzana (2008)
'Regaining Dignity: Social and Cultural Dimension of Sustainable Development in Europe'
Presentation at the PhD - FES conference in Bratislava June 2008, published in “New” Europe and Challenges of Sustainable Development, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.

Luckay, Zuzana (2008)
'The Concept or Regaining Dignity and the Manifestations of this Process in Post-apartheid South- African Literature'
Abstract for presentation at the African Studies Association of UK (ASAUK) conference The Presence of the Past. Africa in the 21st Century held at University of Central Lancashire, Preston, United Kingdom, in September 2008.

Luckay, Zuzana (2009)
Representations of violence in contemporary South African fiction, in Guggisberg, Marika, and Weir, David (Eds.), Understanding Violence: Contexts and Portrayals, Freeland, Oxfordshire: Inter-Disciplinary.Net.

Luckay, Zuzana (2013)
Regaining Dignity in Europe
Abstract for presentation at the Re-inventing Eastern Europe conference, organized by the Euroacademia in Prague, Czech Republic, in November 15-16.

Brian Lynch

Brian Lynch (1976)
Let Us Help Him Who Did So Human a Thing
Senior Essay submitted in partial fulfillment of requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts. February 15, 1976, by Brian F. Lynch, St. John's College, Annapolis, Maryland.

Brian Lynch (2006)
Doing-Thinking-Feeling in the World
Chicago, ILL.

Brian Lynch (2006)
Silvan Tomkins' Conceptualization of Humiliation
Abstract presented at the Second International Conference on Multicultural Discourses, 13-15th April 2007, Institute of Discourse and Cultural Studies, & Department of Applied Psychology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, as part of the 9th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.

Brian Lynch (2006)
Silvan Tomkins' Conceptualization of Humiliation
Abstract presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Brian Lynch (2006)
Notes on a Conference
Notes prepared after the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Brian Lynch kindly offers to support our HumanDHS work with his website.
He explains the contents as follows:
There are three pieces on the site.
1) The Twelve Steps. This is one of four formulations I have done of the steps and, for me, summarize nicely a methodology as to how we get to appreciation and dignity in a step by step fashion.
2) A talk I gave in 2002 at the Restorative Justice conference. At the end there is an emphasis on the importance of distinguishing between "Shame" and "Shaming" or what some people, unfortunately call, "reintegrative shaming" and, unfortunately, think is the mechanism of Restorative Justice.
3) A letter to Roger Ebert about the movie "Monster".

Claudia Maffettone

Maffettone, Claudia (2011)
Exchange 2.0.
Abstract presented at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.

Debidatta Aurobinda Mahapatra

Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda (2006)
India-Russia Partnership: Kashmir, Chechnya and Issues of Convergence
New Delhi, New Century.

Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda (2006)
Plight of Divided Families in Jammu and Kashmir
Abstract presented at the Second International Conference on Multicultural Discourses, 13-15th April 2007, Institute of Discourse and Cultural Studies, & Department of Applied Psychology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, as part of the 9th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.

Shekhawat, Seema & Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda (2006)
Kargil Displaced of Akhnoor in Jammu and Kashmir - Enduring Ordeal and Bleak Future: A Report on the Border Displacement and Return in Akhnoor.

Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda and Shekhawat, Seema (2007)
Conflict in Kashmir and Chechnya: Political and Humanitarian Dimensions

Delhi, India: Lancer's Books.

Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda (2007)
A Perspective on Peace in Kashmir
In The Icfai Journal of Governance and Public Policy, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp. 31-42, December 2007.

Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda and Shekhawat, Seema (2008)
Viewing Kashmir Conflict through the Prism of Dignity and Humiliation
Abstract presented at the 2008 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 11-12, 2008.

Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda and Seema Shekhawat (2008)
The Peace Process and Prospects for Economic Reconstruction in Kashmir
In Peace and Conflict Review, Vol. 3, No. 1, Fall 2008, pp. 1-17.

Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda (2010)
Mapping Transitional Justice in Kashmir: Drivers, Initiatives, and Challenges
Research Paper 3, Oxford Transitional Justice Research Working Paper Series, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford, UK, pp. 1-19.

Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda (2011)
A Case of Humiliation in Indian Politics
Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, 2011.

Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda (2011)
Mani Bhavan and Gandhi
Re-published from Transcend Media Service, www.transcend.org.

Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda (2011)
Mumbai’s Woes and their Implications

Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda (2011)
Positioning the People in the Contested Borders of Kashmir
Working Paper 21, Centre for International Border Studies Research, Queen’s University, Belfast, UK, pp. 1-17.

Debidatta Aurobinda Mahapatra (2012)
Restoring Dignity of Borderlanders in Conflict Zones by Promoting Cooperation
Abstract presented at the 2012 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 6-7, 2012.

Patchanee Malikhao

Malikhao, Patchanee (2014)
Culture, Religion, and HIV/Aids in Thailand

Paper presented at the 23rd Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies 'Returning Dignity', in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand, 8th - 12th March 2014.

Nicholas Carl Martin

Martin, Nicholas Carl (2006)
Exploring Possibilities for UPEACE in China: Peace Education, Project Development Report
Thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Arts, Peace Education.

Miriam Marton

Marton, Miriam H. (2005)
Terrorism and Humiliation
Note presented at Round Table "Terrorism and Humiliation" in "Beyond Humiliation: Encouraging Human Dignity in the Lives and Work of All People," 5th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies in Berlin, 15th -17th September, 2005.

Marton, Miriam H. (2005)
Humiliation in the Home: Survivors of Childhood Rape in the United States
Note presented at Round Table "Humiliation/Dignity in the Family and Workplace" in "Beyond Humiliation: Encouraging Human Dignity in the Lives and Work of All People," 5th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies in Berlin, 15th -17th September, 2005.

Marton, Miriam H. (2004)
Relevance of Sexual Violence Against Female Noncombatant Victims of Destructive Conflict in the Study of Humiliation

Paper presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Marton, Miriam H. (2011)
Humiliation and Asylum Seekers
Abstract presented at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.

Myra Mendible

Mendible, Myra (2005)
Mediated Humiliations: Spectacles of Power in Postmodern Culture
Abstract presented at the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Mendible, Myra (2008)
Post Vietnam Syndrome: National Identity, War, and the Politics of Humiliation
In Radical Psychology, Vol. 7, 2008.

Tijana Milosevic

Milosevic, Tijana (2012)
Cyberbullying in US Mainstream Media
Paper presented at the 2012 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 6-7, 2012.

Wael Mohamed

Mohamed, Wael (2012)
The Hubris Syndrome and Arabic Spring
Abstract presented at the 21st Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Search for Dignity," in South Africa, 25th - 28th April 2013.

Keitaro Morita

Morita, Keitaro, et al. (2002)
Aoki, R., Inada, S., Morita, Keitaro, Morohashi, T., Murata, T., Tamiya, Y., Tanaka, K., and Tanaka, S. (2002).
Current Situation of Public Relations Magazines for Women by Local Governments and Awareness of Persons in Charge
In Josei Kyouyou (Japan Association for Women's Education), 591, pp. 3-6 (in Japanese).

Morita, Keitaro, et al. (2002)
Aoki, R., Inada, S., Morita, Keitaro, Morohashi, T., Murata, T., Tamiya, Y., Tanaka, K., and Tanaka, S. (2002)
Do Public Relations Magazines for Women Convey the Concept of Gender Equality? - Through Analysis of the Contents
In We Learn (Japan Association for Women's Education), 601, pp. 3-6 (in Japanese).

Morita, Keitaro, et al. (2006)
Giving Voices to the Environmentally Humiliated and Misrecognized: Nature and Women
Paper presented at the Second International Conference on Multicultural Discourses, 13-15th April 2007, Institute of Discourse and Cultural Studies, & Department of
Applied Psychology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, as part of the 9th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.

Omar El-Nahry

El-Nahry, Omar (2013)
Forged on the Battlefield: The Influence of Armed Conflict on the Consolidation of Saharawi Identity,
Undergradute Dissertation at the Department of European Social and Political Studies, University College London.

Jean Berchmans Ndayizigiye

Ndayizigiye, Jean Berchmans (2005)
Humiliation and Violent Conflicts in Burundi
Paper presented at Round Table 1 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Joy Ndwandwe

Ndwandwe, Joy (2012)
Umhlanga weLutsango LwaboMake BakaNgwane: My Journey in Regimency
In: Weekend Observer, Saturday to Sunday 11 -12 August 2012, page 19.

Ndwandwe, Joy (2012)
Sibaya System: Our Indigenous Governance Tool
In: The Swazi Observer, 6 October 2012, page 23.

Ndwandwe, Joy (2012)
The Nwandwes and the Incwala Ceremony
In: Weekend Obersver, Saturday to Sunday 22 -23 December, 2012, page 28.

Ndwandwe, Joy (2013)
Siyinqaba: We Are Fortress, Incwala Ceremony
In: Weekend Obersver, Saturday to Sunday 10 -20 January, 2013, page 29.

Ndwandwe, Joy (2013)
King Mswati Birthday Letter from Joy
In: The Swazi Observer, 18th April 2013, page 54.

Ndwandwe, Joy (2013)
Baba Credo Mutwa
In: Weekend Observer, Saturday to Sunday 4 -5 May 2013, page 2.

Ndwandwe, Joy (2013)
In Commemoration of the Late King Sobhuza II's Legacy
In: Weekend Observer, National News, Saturday-Sunday 20-21 September 2013, page 20-21.

Ndwandwe, Joy (2013)
Prophet LaNdwandwe Goes International, in Weekend Observer, National News, Saturday-Sunday 12-13 October 2013, page 20-21.

Tina Ottman

Ottman, Tina, and Rogers, Lisa (2010)
Culture and Conflict in Academic Organizations: A Comparative Field Analysis of two Disputes in Japan
In: ICS - Intercultural Communication Studies, XIX (3), 2010, pp. 74-87.

Yoav Peck

Peck, Yoav (2005)
Palestinians at Mauthausen
In Jerusalem Report.

Peck, Yoav (2006)
Human Dignity in Organizations.

Peck, Yoav (2007)
Human Dignity in Israeli Elementary Schools: A Rationale for a Project in Nine Schools.

Susan Reynolds Pynchon

Pynchon, Susan Reynolds (2005)
Resisting Humiliation in Schooling: Narratives and Counter-Narratives

University of Washington Library (dissertation). See here the abstract.

Patricia Rodriguez Mosquera

Rodriguez Mosquera, P.M. (2005)
Humiliation and Honor
Note presented at Round Table 1 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Rodriguez Mosquera, P.M. (2007)
Humiliation and Racism
Paper presented at The National Conference on Racism in Global Context, 9th-11th November 2007, Murdoch University, Australia.

Rodriguez Mosquera, P.M., together with Agneta H. Fischer, Antony S. R. Manstead, and Ruud Zaalberg (2008)
Attack, Disapproval, or Withdrawal? The Role of Honor in Anger and Shame Responses to Being Insulted
Cognition and Emotion, 22 (8), 1471-1498, doi: 10.1080/02699930701822272.

Hildegunn Nordtug

Nordtug, Hildegunn (2008)
Implicit Prejudice against Arab Immigrants
Trondheim: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Master Thesis.

Lars Petersson

Petersson, Lars (2009)
Abuse UK Daily Life in Britain's Nursing Home Industry
Brentwood, Essex: Chipmunka.

Petersson, Lars (2010)
Medical Rape State Authorised German Perversion
Brentwood, Essex: Chipmunka, 2010.

Petersson, Lars (2010)
Musterung Staatlich legitimierte Perversion
Brentwood, Essex: Chipmunka.

Ya'ir Ronen

Ronen, Ya'ir (2008)
On Dignity, Humiliation, Non-violent Struggle and Israeli Jewish Identity
Abstract presented at the 2008 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 11-12, 2008.

Ronen, Ya'ir (2009)
On the Child's Right to Identity, the Best Interests of the Child and Human Dignity
Abstract presented at the 13th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "World Peace Through Humiliation-Free Global Human Interactions," in Honolulu, Hawai'i, August 20 to 23, 2009.

Ronen, Ya'ir (2009)
Non Violent Opposition to a Violence Ridden Status Quo and Responsiveness to the Child
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Ronen, Ya'ir (2011)
Children Exposed to Humiliation: From Self-Destructiveness to Healing and Hope
Abstract presented at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.

Ronen, Ya'ir (2012)
Preventing and Overcoming Humiliation: A Compassionate Loving Understanding of Human DignityAbstract presented at the 2012 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 6-7, 2012.

Hilarie Roseman

Roseman, Hilarie (2005)
Humiliation Flowering from Historical Roots: An Australian Experience
Metung, Australia, 15th August, 2005.

Roseman, Hilarie (2009)
Dialogue for Survival Communication Ethics for Abrahamic Communities and for the World
Metung, Australia, 2009.

Floyd Webster Rudmin

Rudmin, Floyd Webster (1991)
Seventeen Early Peace Psychologists
In Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 31 (2, Spring), pp. 12-43.
Altaf Ullah Khan commented (23rd July 2006, in a personal message): "This reminds me of George Herbert Mead's concept of Universals. He was also in favour of developing a universal human society where interactive/rational dialogue prevails. I had never studied psychology as a discipline, but in my journey for self-discovery I have read Freud and Jung and have also gone through mythology and Sufism. I remember one Sufi saying at the very onset of a book: Sufism is to avoid preconceptions."

Rudmin, Floyd Webster, and Ostvik, Kristina (2001)
Bullying and Hazing Among Norwegian Army Soldiers: Two Studies of Prevalence, Context, and Cognition
In Military Psychology, 2001, 13 (1), 17-39.

Rudmin, Floyd Webster (2005)
G. B. Grundy's 1917 Proposal for Political Psychology: "A Science Which Has Yet to Be Created"
In ISPP News, 12 (2), pp. 6-7.

Rudmin, Floyd Webster (2005)
Debate in Science: The Case of Acculturation
Winner of the 2004-2005 Klineberg Intercultural and International Relations Award given by SPSSI (Div. 9 of the APA).
Please see here the full text version.

Rudmin, Floyd Webster (2005)
Six Research Designs on Humiliation
Abstract presented at Round Table 2 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Rudmin, Floyd Webster (2006a)
Charles Robert Richet: Pioneer of Peace Psychology
In Peace Psychology Newsletter, in press.

Rudmin, Floyd Webster (2006b)
Daniel Droba Day (1898-1998): Attitudes Towards War As a Cause of War
In Peace Psychology, in press.

Rudmin, Floyd Webster (2006)
How History Allows Insight into the Malady of American Militarism
Abridged version published by CounterPunch, vol.13. no.1, January 1-15, pp.1, 4-6.
Posted Feb. 17, 2006 at http://www.counterpunch.org/rudmin02172006.html as
"Plan Crimson: War on Canada: Secret War Plans and the Malady of American Militarism."

Rudmin, Floyd Webster (2006)
Preventing Inadvertent Humiliation
Abstract presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Rudmin, Floyd Webster (2006)
Franziska Baumgarten (1883 - 1970): Early Female, Jewish, Peace Psychologist
In Peace Psychology, in press.

Rudmin, Floyd Webster (2010)
The Apologies Project: Small Wins Ways to Reduce Militarizing Memories
Abstracts presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Gabriela Saab

Saab, Gabriela (2009)
The Recruitment of Child Soldiers: Humiliation Compromising Childhood
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

Saab, Gabriela (2009)
The Treatment of Child Soldiers under International Law
Paper presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009, based on O Tratamento da Criança-Soldado no Direito Internacional (The Solder-Child in International Law), Tese De Láurea, Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de São Paulo, Departamento de Direito Internacional.

Christopher Santee

Santee, Chrisopher (2006)
American Diversity and the Role of Humiliation
Note presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006

Michael Sayler

Sayler, Michael (2004)
Humiliation and the Poor: A Study in the Management of Meaning
Ph.D. dissertation, Fielding Graduate Institute.

Sayler, Michael (2007)
Tracking Humiliation with CMM (2007)
Contribution presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Sophie Schaarschmidt

Schaarschmidt, Sophie (2005)
Cognitive and Emotional Ingroup-identification of Youth in Israel and Palestine
Note presented at Round Table 1 of the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005.

Schaarschmidt, Sophie (2006)
Samen in Zee: Israelis and Palestinians in the Same Boat Camp.

Schaarschmidt, Sophie (2007)
Contribution presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Elisabeth E. Scheper

Scheper, Elisabeth E. (2000)
The Challenges for Local NGOs in the Globalising Civil Society
Key note speech at the Rise of Civil Society in East Asia conference,
A joint Sophia University/UNDP initiative, April 2000, Tokyo/Japan.

Scheper, Elisabeth E. (2001)
On the Right to Development, Human Security and a Life in Dignity
Harvard University, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs' Fellow publication,www.wcfia.harvard.edu/fellows/papers00-01/scheper.pdf .

Scheper, Elisabeth E. (2002)
On the Brink: Prevention of Violent Conflict and Protection of Children in Deeply Divided Societies
Paper presented at the Conference on Religious Women, Children and Armed Conflict, World Conference of Religions for Peace and UNICEF
University of Cordoba, Spain, March 18-20, 2002.

Scheper, Elisabeth E. (2002)
Role of Women in Violent Conflict Prevention and Negotiation
Paper presented at the Women, Peace Building and Constitution Making Conference, organised by the International Center of Ethnic Studies, May 3-5, 2002, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Scheper, Elisabeth E. (2004)
Relevance of Sexual Violence Against Female Noncombatant Victims of Destructive Conflict in the Study of Humiliation
Paper presented at the 2004 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, November 18-19, 2004.

Seema Shekhawa

Shekhawat, Seema (2006)
Conflict and Displacement in Jammu and Kashmir: The Gender Dimension
Jammu, India: Saksham Books International.

Shekhawat, Seema (2006)
Conflict in Kashmir: The Gender Dimension
Abstract presented at the Second International Conference on Multicultural Discourses, 13-15th April 2007, Institute of Discourse and Cultural Studies, & Department of Applied Psychology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, as part of the 9th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.

Shekhawat, Seema & Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda (2006)
Kargil Displaced of Akhnoor in Jammu and Kashmir - Enduring Ordeal and Bleak Future: A Report on the Border Displacement and Return in Akhnoor.

Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda and Shekhawat, Seema (2007)
Conflict in Kashmir and Chechnya: Political and Humanitarian Dimensions
. Delhi, India: Lancer's Books.

Shekhawat, Seema (2007)
Women in Security, Conflict Management and Peace
In The Icfai Journal of Governance and Public Policy, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp. 43-56, December 2007.

Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda and Seema Shekhawat (2008)
The Peace Process and Prospects for Economic Reconstruction in Kashmir
In Peace and Conflict Review, Vol. 3, No. 1, Fall 2008, pp. 1-17.

Shekhawat, Seema (2009)
Conflict Induced Displacement: The Pandits of Kashmir
In Conflict Trends, Issue 4, 2009., pp. 31-37.

Werner Schirmer

Reich, Wendelin, Schirmer, Werner, and Hamann, Linda (2009)
The Folk Concept of Respect
Unpublished working paper, Department of Sociology, Uppsala University, Sweden: Paper presented at the 13th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "World Peace Through Humiliation-Free Global Human Interactions," in Honolulu, Hawai'i, August 20 to 23, 2009.

Reich, Wendelin, and Schirmer, Werner (2009)
A Theory of Respect
Unpublished working paper, Department of Sociology, Uppsala University, Sweden: Work in progress, a shortened version of this manuscript will be presented in the Theory Section at the The American Sociological Association conference in San Francisco in August 2009.

Doron Shultziner

Shultziner, Doron (2011)
Human Dignity, Self-Worth, and Humiliation: A Legal-Psychological Comparative Approach
In Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 18 (1) [forthcoming; available online], co-authored with Itai Rabinowitz, 2012.

Mark Singer

Singer, Mark (2010)
Seminal Ethics – Discovering Your Ethical Core
work-in-progress - a book designed to educate others via a values clarification process that can greatly enhance identity-awareness. Please see also The Kant Concept Art that Pegge Patten created.

Singer, Mark and illustrator Pegge Patten (2011)
Guidelines for Communication, fourth edition
Available as a free download here or from Punim Publishing (email). GFC includes innovative new models of communication such as the "Communication Guide" - a strategic analysis for creating a "Persuasive Message Strategy" and "Gratitude-Based Communication" - a paradigm for meaningful personal growth. Also, "Discovering Your Ethical Core" is a unique blend of philosophy and a practical values clarification exercise..

Babs Sivertsen

Conflict Staircase, Empathic (non-violent) Communication: A tool in Conflict Transformation and a Counterbalance to Humiliation (see also www.educationforpeace.com)
Presented at the "Communication and Dignity" Thematic Network Meeting, convened by the Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies network in Oslo, Norway, together with "Impuls" - Student Journal of Psychology at the University of Oslo, and Education for Peace, 22nd-24th January 2014.
This was a training session by Babs Sivertsen (The Norwegian Peace Association Education for Peace group), and Elsa-Britt Enger (Grandmothers for Peace) on 23rd January 2014, where the participants were looking at the principles of non-violent (empathic) communication, and methods of developing it as a powerful tool which both promotes human dignity and avoids the infliction of humiliation in conflict situations. The participants shared and demonstrated the methodology of training, and practiced the use of the tools available.
See videos:
Babs Sivertsen
Elsa-Britt Enger
See also the following humorous illustration of failing communication:
Rights of Passage:
This is the transcript of the ACTUAL radio conversation between the British and the Irish, off the coast of Kerry, Oct 98. Radio conversation released by the Chief of Naval Operations 10-10-01:
IRISH: Please divert your course 15 degrees to the South, to avoid a collision.
BRITISH: Recommend you divert your course 15 degrees to the North, to avoid a collision.
IRISH: Negative. You will have to divert your course 15 degrees to the South to avoid a collision.
BRITISH: This is the Captain of a British navy ship. I say again, divert YOUR course.
IRISH: Negative. I say again. You will have to divert YOUR course.
BRITISH: THIS IS THE AIRCRAFT CARRIER HMS BRITANNIA THE SECOND LARGEST SHIP IN THE BRITISH ATLANTIC FLEET. WE ARE ACCOMPANIED BY THREE DESTROYERS, THREE CRUISERS, AND NUMEROUS SUPPORT VESSELS. I DEMAND THAT YOU CHANGE YOUR COURSE 15 DEGREES NORTH, I SAY AGAIN, THAT IS 15 DEGREES NORTH, OR COUNTER-MEASURES WILL BE UNDERTAKEN TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF THIS SHIP.
IRISH: We are a lighthouse. Your call.
Posted on Arnish Lighthouse at 15:29

Carol Smaldino

Smaldino, Carol (2010)
Found in Translation: Recognizing all the Shades of Human Feeling
Abstract presented at the 15th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Peace at Home, Peace in the World," in Istanbul, Turkey, 28th - 30th April 2010

Smaldino, Carol (2010)
If We Meet the Shadow: One Family’s Interruption of Bullying and Blame
Abstract presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Smaldino, Carol (2011)
What's So Funny?
Abstract presented at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011. See also related reflections.

Einar Strumse

Strumse, Einar (2008)
Summary of the Special Session on the Role Played by Human Dignity and Humiliation for Environmental Psychology, presented at 11th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies in Norway , 23rd June -1st July, 2008.

Susmita Thukral

Thukral, Susmita (2005)
Why Do People Join Terrorist Organizations?

Marcela Valdata

Valdata, Marcela (2005)
Humiliation Policies Applied to Individuals, Detainees and Refugees During the Period 1975/1983 in Rosario, Argentina: Brief Historical and Political Development of the 20th Century
Paper presented at the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005..

Mariana Ines Vergara

Vergara, Mariana I. (2011)
WDU Amazon Rainforest Initiative (Pdf from Powerpoint)

Vergara, Mariana I. (2012)
- World Dignity University Initiative: Co-creating Sustainability in the Amazon Rainforest with the Kichwa Community: Why, Who, What, How, Where, When (Pdf, 2012)
- Global Community - Transformational Learning: Lessons from the Amazon Rainforest Co-creating a Global Community: Mindfulness into Action (Powerpoint, 2012)
- The BRIDGE® Model: The Case for Integrating Phenomenological Documentation aAnd Participatory Action Research through Collaborative Inquiry: Transformational Learning in Transforming High Aspirations into Human Agency (Pdf, 2012)
- WDU Amazon Rainforest Initiative (Videos 2012).

Vergara, Mariana I. (2012)
Garry Davis and Mariana Vergara in Dialogue on the World Passport (video, 2012)

Vergara, Mariana I. (2013)
Mindfulness into Action (video, 2013), see also Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's TED Talk 'The danger of a single story', regarding single, double or triple loop learning.

Vergara, Mariana I., Yvonne Dennis, Courtney Furlong, Elizabeth Negrete, April Frazier (2014)
The Journey of Mindfulness into Action
Paper contributed to the 2014 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 4-5, 2014.

Neil Ryan Walsh

Walsh, Neil Ryan (2006)
Yasukuni Shrine: Preventing Humiliation for East Asia, Preserving Dignity for Japan’s War Dead
Abstract presented at the Second International Conference on Multicultural Discourses, 13-15th April 2007, Institute of Discourse and Cultural Studies, & Department of Applied Psychology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, as part of the 9th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies..

Brian Ward

Ward, Brian (2011)
Submission to New Zealand Green Paper on Vulnerable Children
Submission shared at the 17th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Enlarging the Boundaries of Compassion," in Dunedin, New Zealand, 29th August - 1st September 2011.

Reinhard Wolf

Wolf, Reinhard (2008)
Respect and International Relations: State Motives, Social Mechanisms and Hypotheses
Paper presented at the 49th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, March 26-29, 2008.

Wolf, Reinhard (2009)
Respect and International Relations: State Motives, Social Mechanisms and Hypotheses
Abstract presented at the 13th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "World Peace Through Humiliation-Free Global Human Interactions," in Honolulu, Hawai'i, August 20 to 23, 2009.

 

Scholarly Papers by Evelin Lindner

Please see Evelin Lindner's publications here.

 

Student Papers

The student Papers Section lists excellent papers written by students taking part in HumanDHS courses, held by Dr. Evelin Lindner. The aim is to give young scholars a publishing space.

 

Student Papers from Conflict Resolution & the Psychology of Humiliation, 1-credit, 3 day seminar (ORLJ 4859 ) at the International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (ICCCR), Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City, USA, November 12-14, 2004 (Fridays 4 pm-8 pm, Saturdays & Sundays 9 am-5 pm).

Please see here one page-notes of an incident - on humiliation - that each author experienced, witnessed, or reflected upon:

Julie Browne (2004)

Craig Dorsi (2004)

Georgia Fortune (2004)

Tasneem Hussain (2004)

Susmita Thukral (2004)


Please see here journals:

Susmita Thukral (2004)


Please see here essays:

Allison Nicole Buehler (2004)
Initial Perceptions of Labels to Initial Perceptions of Common Humanity: A Paradigm Shift in the Disability Field

Tasneem Hussain (2004)
Developing Perspective – A Journal of Reflections on Humiliation

Susmita Thukral (2004)
Understanding Shame and Humiliation in Torture

 

Student Papers from Earlier Courses

Lars Tjelta Westlye (2003)
Om ydmykelse - Et forsøk på analyse
Semesteroppgave 1. avdeling, 4. semester profesjonsstudiet i psykologi, UiO, høsten 2003.

Daryn Morgenstein (2002)
Humiliation at Columbine High School
Paper written in June 29, 2002, for the summer course 'Conflict Resolution and the Psychology of Humiliation (ORLJ 4859A - 001)' taught by Evelin Lindner at the International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (ICCCR).

 


Guest Contributions

Chinwe Obianika (2014)
Maintaining the African Culture of Honouring Elders and the Mentoring of Youths: the Case of Igbo Society
Abstract shared at the 2014 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 4-5, 2014.

Tzofnat Peleg-Baker (2014)
Leading Sustainable Relationships: A Framework of Three Fundamental Conditions for Growth through Transforming Conflicts to Opportunities
Paper presented at the Conflict Studies and Global Governance Conference at the University of Massachusetts in Boston, October 2014, and at a couple of other conferences during the year 2014
, contributed to the 2014 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 4-5, 2014.

Schmid, Alex Peter (2012)
The Other Side Of Human Rights – Our Human Obligations: Ethics For The New Millennium Twenty Human Obligations
See also at humanrights.flavors.me, 2012.
Compiled by Alex P. Schmid on the basis of  answers  from all over the world to a questionnaire on ‘The Duties of Man’ (cf. Research Programme on Causes of Human Rights Violations (PIOOM) Newsletter and Progress Report, Vol.5, No.1,  pp.11-14)
See, futhermore, the World Peace Elite Association, a non-governmental organization dedicated to educate and promote human rights for world peace by the UN Charter and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Douglas Stephen Cunliffe (2013)
Respect, Accountability and The Rules of Natural Justice (RARNJ, the core values of all Faiths and Legal Systems in the World)
December, 2013. Victoria, Canada.

Tzofnat Peleg-Baker (2009/2013)
Sustainable Relationships: Sustainability in the Organization and Community thorough Dialogic Interactions
In: Organizational Analysis, May 2009 (14, in Hebrew), revised translation November 2013, contributed to the 2013 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 5-6, 2013.

Tzofnat Peleg-Baker (2013)
Beyond the Dichotomy of Styles ‐The Devil is in the Details: The Cognitive Characteristics of Mediator's Decision Making (2013)
Paper contributed to the 2013 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 5-6, 2013.

Talia Shafir (2013)
The Origins of Dignity and Resilience and the Rhythms of Third Culture Community
Abstract presented at the 2013 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 5-6, 2013.

Jennifer K. Lynne (2013)
The Engaged Identity Theory & Practice: An inquiry into the cultivation of listening, patience and respect for conflict transformation and peacebuilding
Abstract presented at the 2013 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 5-6, 2013.

Kingsley Okoro (2013)
An Inquest into Common Humanity through Myths and Mythologies: Joseph Campbell's Paradigm
Paper presented at the 2013 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 5-6, 2013.

Vikram Odedra Kolmannskog (2006/2007)
On the Sacred, Our Stories and Suffering - How Does the Ethical Value of Human Dignity Work in the European Court of Human Rights?
This dissertation was submitted to the Law Department, London School of Economics and Political Science, in in the academic year 2006/07 in fulfilment of the requirements for the LLM degree.

Daisaku Ikeda (January 26, 2013)
Compassion, Wisdom and Courage: Building a Global Society of Peace and Creative Coexistence
Peace Proposal 2013.
Daisaku Ikeda is a Buddhist leader, peacebuilder, a prolific writer, poet, educator and founder of a number of cultural, educational and peace research institutions around the world. As third president of the Soka Gakkai (value-creating society) and founder of the Soka Gakkai International, Daisaku Ikeda has developed and inspired what may be the largest, most diverse international lay Buddhist association in the world today. Based on the 700-year-old tradition of Nichiren Buddhism, the movement is characterized by its emphasis on individual empowerment and social engagement to advance peace, culture and education.

Daisaku Ikeda (2011)
Learning about Dignity
In: The Japan Times, December 23, 2011.

Soka Gakkai International, together with Human Rights Education Associates (HREA) and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), jointly produced a film called A Path to Dignity: the Power of Human Rights Education as a tool to raise awareness about the positive role that human rights education can play in fulfilling human rights.
Versions in languages other than English can also be found here.

John Y. Jones (2008)
Careers, Kings and Consultants
Published as "Etterarbeid med mening" in Vårt Land, Oslo, Norway, 2008.

John Y. Jones (2011)
"Dag vs DAC"
also published as
Dag Hammarskjöld Stood Up for the UN on Development
In: UN Chronicle, 2011.

John Aspill (2013)
Humiliation, Stanislavsky and Consciousness
Abstract presented at the 21st Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Search for Dignity," in South Africa, 25th - 28th April 2013.

Bernt Hauge (2012)
A Journey through Words and Concepts in a Landscape of Applied Evil
Paper presented at the 19th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "In the Aftermath of the 22nd July: How to Sustain a Global Culture of Equality in Dignity or likeverd," in Oslo, Norway, 27th - 30th August 2012.

Paul Grignon
Digital Coin

Paul Grignon (2012)
Money and Politics: Incorrect Diagnosis, Wrong Cure

François Houtart (2011)
From 'Common Goods' to the 'Common Good of Humanity'
With a foreword by the author and Birgit Daiber, published in November 2011 by the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation.

François Houtart (2012)
Universal Declaration for the Common Good of Humanity Project
This nascent project whose elaboration is fruit of an international collaboration of jurists and social leaders, is presented by the World Forum for Alternatives to the social movements and organizations attending the "peoples' summit" in Rio de Janeiro in June, 2012, to solicit their observations and proposals before a formal presentation of this document at the occasion of the 2013 World Social Forum in Tunisia. All contributions by groups and individuals are welcome; please send them to the following email address: declara2012[@]gmail.com.

Guy Standing (2012)
The Precariat - the Social Democratic Challenge
This draws on The Precariat – The New Dangerous Class, published by Bloomsbury; it can be ordered online. Guy Standing is Professor of Economic Security, University of Bath, and, with Senator Eduardo Suplicy and Professor Claus Offe, co-president of BIEN (Basic Income Earth Network). Professor Standing is presenting The Precariat at a public lecture at Sao Paulo University on June 29, 2012.

Guy Standing (2012)
The Precariat is Stirring
Guy Standing is Professor of Economic Security at the University of Bath, England. He is presenting his new book The Precariat – The New Dangerous Class (London and New York, Bloomsbury) at the University of Sao Paulo on June 29, 2012.

Jean Decety, Kalina J. Michalska, Yuko Akitsuki, and Benjamin B. Lahey (2009, via James Fallon)
A Typical Empathic Responses in Adolescents with Aggressive Conduct Disorder: A Functional MRI Investigation
In: Biological Psychology, 80(2, February), 2009: 203. doi:10.1016/j.biopsycho.2008.09.004.

Yaqub Emmanuel Faraz (2011)
Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict
Abstract presented at the 2011 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 8-9, 2011.

Yaqub Emmanuel Faraz (2014)
Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict
Paper shared at the 2014 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 4-5, 2014.

David Adair (2011)
Inequality and Humiliation
Abstract presented at the 17th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Enlarging the Boundaries of Compassion," in Dunedin, New Zealand, 29th August - 1st September 2011.

Ranajit Pal (2010)
- Ashoka (Diodotus-I) and Jalaluddin Rumi, as Icons of Peace
- Alexander the Great, Brotherhood and the Statue of Liberty
- Tera and the Early Jews in Indo-Iran and Compassionate Judaism of the Kabbala – A Reapprisal
Abstracts presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Mark Porter Webb (2010)
Strategies for Social Change: Overcoming Violence and Humiliation, Transforming Cultural Rules
Abstract presented at the 2010 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 9-10, 2010.

Elenor Richter-Lyonette (2010)
Global Citizenship

Nazan Moroğlu (2010)
Türkiye’de Kadının İnsan Hakları - Women’s Human Rights in Turkey
Presentation given at the 15th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Peace at Home, Peace in the World," in Istanbul, Turkey, 28th - 30th April 2010

Abul Basher Khan (2010)
Universal Peace: Role of Family, Moral and Peace Education
Abstract presented at the 15th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Peace at Home, Peace in the World," in Istanbul, Turkey, 28th - 30th April 2010

Adebola Ekanola (2010)
Philosophy of Peace and the Evolution of a Culture of Peace in a Developing Society
Abstract presented at the 15th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Peace at Home, Peace in the World," in Istanbul, Turkey, 28th - 30th April 2010

Uta Ottmüller (2010)
Transgenerational Legacies of Collective Violence. Observations from Germany
Abstract presented at the 15th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Peace at Home, Peace in the World," in Istanbul, Turkey, 28th - 30th April 2010

Uta Ottmüller (2010)
Additional Media on Legacies of the Nazi-crimes, composed by Uta Ottmueller, 2010

Uta Ottmüller (2005)
Liebe und gesellschaftliche Unbewusstheit in der Moderne: Soziologische und (ethno-) psychoanalytische Perspektiven
In Jahrbuch für Psychohistorische Forschung, S. 93–112, Heidelberg: Mattes Verlag.

Uta Ottmueller (2006)
Die medizinische Normierung der Säuglingspflege im deutschen Kaiserreich - "Gleichschaltung" der Mutter-Kind-Beziehung?
In Kurth, W., Janus, L., Galler, F. (Hrsg): Emotionale Strukturen, Nationen und Kriege. Jahrbuch für Psychohistorische Forschung, 7, S. 21-42, Heidelberg: Mattes Verlag
(auch http://kleinmeister.de/_data/Ottm_ller_MedNorm.pdf)

Robert Neer (2009)
The Role of Humiliation and Dignity for the History of the Use of Napalm in War (2009)
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009

Irene Banias (2010)
The Role of Dignity and Humiliation for the Protectıon of Children's Rights and Its Relatıon to Peace
Abstract presented at the 15th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "Peace at Home, Peace in the World," in Istanbul, Turkey, 28th - 30th April 2010

Daniel B. Weddle (2009)
Brutality and Blindness: Bullying in Schools and Negligent Supervision by School Officials
Maurice R. Dyson, Daniel B. Weddle, eds., Our Promise: Achieving Educational Equality for America's Children, Chapter 16, Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2009.

James T. Shanahan (2009)
The Role of Dignity and Humiliation for Current Advances in Police Training
Abstract presented at the 2009 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 10-11, 2009.

James T. Shanahan (2012)
Conflict Resolution: Spirit & Technique - A comprehensive course taught for law enforcement officers, critical incident workers and other emergency first responders
Abstract presented at the 2012 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 6-7, 2012.

Peter Zhang Long (2009)
Investigations into the Influence of an Intercultural Communication Founder - Michael H. Prosser and His Contemporary Scholars, by Peter Zhang Long, a thesis submitted to the Graduate School and College of English in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts, 2009. This thesis examines the contributions of Michael H. Prosser and his other early and contemporary intercultural communication scholars to the development of the study of intercultural communication, especially during the 1970s, and late 1990s – 2008.

Marga Jann, and Stephen Platt (2009)
Philanthropic Architecture: Nongovernmental Development Projects in Latin America
Essay for the 13th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies "World Peace Through Humiliation-Free Global Human Interactions," in Honolulu, Hawai'i, August 20 to 23, 2009.

Ken Parsons (2008)
Testimonies of Violence
Paper presented at the 2008 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 11-12, 2008.

Niels van Quaquebeke, Daniel C. Henrich & Tilman Eckloff (2007)
"It's Not Tolerance I'm Asking for, It's Respect!" A Conceptual Framework to Differentiate Between Tolerance, Acceptance and (Two Types of) Respect
In Gruppendynamik und Organisationsberatung, 38 (2), pp. 185-200, available at http://www.respectresearchgroup.org/.

Stephanos Bibas (2008)
Invasions of Conscience and Faked Apologies
Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Law School, Public Law and Legal Theory Research Paper Series, Research Paper No. #08-25. This paper can be downloaded without charge from the Social Science Research Network, Electronic Paper collection: http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=1142943.

Inger Agger, Faritha Ansari, Sandhya Suresh, George Pulikuthiyil (2008).
Justice As a Healing Factor: Psycho-Legal Counseling for Torture Survivors in an Indian Context
In Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 14 (3), pp. 315-333.

Kenneth S. Pope (2001)
Torture
In Worell, Judith (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Women and Gender: Sex Similarities and Differences and the Impact of Society on Gender, San Diego, CA: Academic Press, available as part of Resources for Torture Survivors, Refugees, Asylum-Seekers, & People Affected by War at http://kspope.com/torvic/torture-abst.php. Academic Press kindly provided Ken Pope with copyright permission to place this chapter on torture on the web.
The chapter looks at the nature and scope of torture, defines some of the most common forms of torture, and discusses the growing recognition of the ways in which the torture directed at women has tended to be minimized or overlooked.
One set of questions the chapter explores is: How is such an inhumane and widely condemned activity allowed to persist, often despite explicit and unambiguous policies that seem to prohibit it? How do citizens psychologically adjust themselves to torture that is allowed by the state or conducted on behalf of the state? How do we--as individuals, groups, governments, and cultures - fail to take effective steps to prevent it?
The chapter reviews some of the most common cognitive strategies of accommodation, acceptance, or justification:
1) relying on state authority and formal orders,
2) using abstraction and other linguistic transformations,
3) dehumanizing victims,
4) sanctioning revenge,
5) preventing destruction,
6) making the torturer the victim,
7) obtaining essential information,
8) denying relationship or responsibility, and
9) denying the existence of torture.

Sabina Alkire and Emma Samman (Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative, 2007)
Shortlisted Indicators on Humiliation, and a Note Explaining Research Interests and Progress to Date at OPHI
Contribution presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007 (see also a Paper on Shame and Humiliatxion (2007) by Diego Zavaleta Reyles).

Davis Garry (2007)
Garry Davis’s Speech at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict
Speech held at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Navaraj Pudasaini (2007)
Deteriorating Rights Situation in Nepal
Paper submitted to the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Panggabean, Hana, and Fremerey, Michael (2004)
Between Difference and Synergy: Cultural Issues in an International Research Scheme
In G. Gerold, M. Fremerey, E. Guharja (eds.), Land Use, Nature Conservation and the Stability of Rainforest Margins in Southeast Asia, pp.523-532, Berlin-Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.

Panggabean, Hana (2006)
Competencies of Mediating Person in Managing Intercultural Communication in Bicultural Workgroups
In Siow-Heng Ong, Gerhard Apfelthaler, Katrin Hansen, and Nirundon Tapachai (eds.), Intercultural Communication Competencies in Higher Education Management, Proceedings of the International Conference on Intercultural Communication Competencies, October 6-7, 2005, Singapore, pp.298-313, Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Intl.

Netzer, Olek (2007)
A Psychological Theory of Dehumanization and Its Applications in Education and Political Science
Tel Aviv, Israel.

Netzer, Olek (2007)
Nonviolence: The Humiliation-free Strategy of Using Power in Political Conflict
Proposal for Making it to Be Professional Field of Training and Practice

Tel Aviv, Israel.

Netzer, Olek (2007)
Practical Humanist Manifesto
Tel Aviv, Israel.

Netzer, Olek (2007)
Self-introduction to Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies
Tel Aviv, Israel.

Netzer, Olek (2007)
Liberation from Psychological Exploitation
Tel Aviv, Israel.

Netzer, Olek (2007)
Identity - Humanity – Country
Tel Aviv, Israel.

Boenke, Yvonne (2007)
„... dann hat er den armen Kerl totgeschossen“ Ehre der Frau und Besitzanspruch des Mannes
Dissertation, Universität Münster.

Noor, Noraini (2003)
Work- and Family-Related Variables, Work-Family Conflict and Women's Well-Being: Some Observations
In Community, Work & Family, 6 (3), pp. 297-319.

Noor, Noraini (2004)
Work-Family Conflict, Work- and Family-Role Salience, and Women's Well-Being
In The Journal of Social Psychology, 144 (4), pp. 389-405.

Noor, Noraini (2006a)
Locus of Control, Supportive Workplace Policies and Work-Family Conflict
In Psychologia, 49, pp. 48-60.

Noor, Noraini (2006b)
Malaysian Women's State of Well-Being: Empirical Validation of a Conceptual Model
In The Journal of Social Psychology, 146 (1), pp. 95-115.

Michael G. Billig (2001)
Humour and Hatred: The Racist Jokes of the Ku Klux Klan
In Discourse and Society, 12 (3), pp. 267-289.

Michael G. Billig (2007)
Politics As an Appearance and Reality Show: The Hermeneutics of Suspicion
In Wring, Dominic, Green Jane, Mortimore, Roger, and Atkinson, Simon (Eds.), Political Communications: The General Election Campaign of 2005, pp. 223-238. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kuniko Takamatsu (February 1999)
Decision Making Factors in Filing Civil Cases of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: In-depth Interviews with Five Women
(Language: Japanese, Abstract: English).

Kuniko Takamatsu and Susu Thatun (December 2004)
Some Reflections on the Repatriation of Trafficked Persons: Case of Myanmar and Thailand
In Dang Nguyen Anh and Supang Chantavanich (Eds.), Uprooting People for Their Own Good? Human Displacement, Resettlement and Trafficking in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region, Social Science Publishing House, Hanoi 2004 (Language: English) (Rockefeller Foundation).

Kuniko Takamatsu (April 2007)
Human Trafficking in Greater Mekong Subregion
(Language:Japanese, Abstract: English).

Genevieve Vaughan (Ed.) (2007)
Women and the Gift Economy: A Radically Different Worldview Is Possible
Toronto, Canada: Innana Publications.
Please see more at http://www.gift-economy.com/womenand.html.

Genevieve Vaughan (1997)
For-Giving: A Feminist Criticism of Exchange
Austin,TX: Plain View Press.
Please see more at http://www.gift-economy.com/

Bengt Starrin (2006)
Unemployment, Poverty and Shame – Exploring the Field
Karlstad University, Sweden, and Lillehammer University College, Norway
Draft 06-09-02.

Bengt Starrin (2007)
Shame, Humiliation and Psychiatric Ill-Health
Paper presented at the workshop on Pathways between social status and health
Linköping, June 14-15, 2007, Karlstad University, Department of Social Studies and Lillehammer University College, Faculty of Health and Social Studies.

Tony Webb (2003)
Towards A Mature Shame Culture: Theoretical and Practical Tools for Personal and Social Growth
Doctoral Dissertation, University of Western Sydney, Australia.

David Jones (2007)
Shock and Awe - The impact of working with highly traumatized groups while conducting field work: Utter & Complete Disaster
Abstract presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Bahija Jamal (2007)
Women Victims of Human Trafficking in Globalized World of Entertainment and Sex Industry: Humiliation of Women Dignity and Existence
Abstract presented at the 2007 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 13-14, 2007.

Kenneth S. Kendler, John M. Hettema, Frank Butera, Charles O. Gardner, Carol A. Prescott (2003)
Life Event Dimensions of Loss, Entrapment, and Danger in the Prediction of Onsets of Major Depression and Generalized Anxiety.
In Archives of General Psychiatry, 60, pp. 789-796.
Table 1, Table 2, Table 4, Table 5.

Richard B. Bilder (2006)
The Role of Apology in International Law and Diplomacy
In Virginia Journal of International Law, 46, pp. 437-469.

Chad Flanders (2007)
Shame and the Meanings of Punishment
Cleveland State Law Review, Forthcoming
Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=967521.

Law and the Emotions: Papers of Interest
The topic of law and the emotions has been given careful but not exhaustive coverage at the Law and Emotions Conference, held February 8-9, 2007, in Berkeley, California. There are many other insightful works which readers may find thought-provoking. Some of these papers, written by conference attendees and other interested scholars, are listed at https://www.law.berkeley.edu/institutes/csls/lawemotion_conference/papers.html.

Arlie Russell Hochschild (2002)
Love and Gold
In Barbara Ehrenreich and Arlie Russell Hochschild (Eds), Global Woman: Nannies, Maids and Sex Workers in the New Economy, pp. 15-30. New York, NY: Metropolitan Press, 2002.

Peter Liberman
Please see his online texts on http://qcpages.qc.edu/.

John McFadden (2006)
What Terrorists Need: Expanding and Deepening Louise Richardson’s Approach to Terrorism.

John McFadden (2007)
Barbara’s “Stupidity,” “Laziness” and “Craziness”: Why People Fail At School

John McFadden (2007)
Abandoned to Death: Our Inability to Reach Murderous Youth.

Sarah Sayeed (2006)
We Need Peace Building Stories in Media
In Mirror, a Muslim newspaper.

Shanti Kumar (2006)
Hate - a poem.

Shanti Kumar (2006)
Child of the Nightingale
A tale of overcoming humiliation from India.

Nicholas Kappelhof (2006)
How Humiliation and Shame May Undermine Education Reform Efforts

Note presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Robert Kolodny (2006)
A Gestalt Perspective on Shame and Humiliation
Summary of Presentation To Be Made at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Melissa Gage (2006)
Different Types of Humiliation Elicit Different Emotional, Cognitive And Behavioral Reactions
Note presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Nicholas B. Diehl (2006)
The Role of Dignity and Humiliation in the Organizational Context
Note presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Tony Castleman (2006)
The Role of Human Recognition in Economic Development: Theory, Measurement, and Evidence
Extended abstract presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Rune Kvist Olsen (2006)
A Change from Leadership (Vertical Powerstructure) To Leadingship (Horizontal Powerstructure) at Work.

Rune Kvist Olsen (2006)
From a Vertical and Hierarchical Order to a Horizontal and Egalitarian Order in Structuring and Shaping the Flow of Power in the Organization: Getting Things Done at Work - Myth and Realities.

Rune Kvist Olsen (2007)
A Leadingship Credo in the New Workplace Reality: The Creation and Construction of a Shared Reality Conception in the Workplace - Visions and Premises.
Please see also http://blog.p2pfoundation.net/.

Katarzyna Grabska (2006)
Who Asked Them Anyway? Rights, Policies and Wellbeing of Refugees in Egypt
Forced Migration and Refugee Studies, American University in Cairo, Egypt
July 2006. This paper is also posted on www.drcmigration.org (under publications).

Mohammed Mesbahi (2006)
The UN and the Principle of Sharing

Mohammed Mesbahi (2009)
World Health and International Economic Sharing

Jasmine M. Waddell (2006)
Ubuntu, Dignity and Humiliation
Abstract presented at the 2006 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 14-15, 2006.

Maggie Y. Liao (2006)
MPhil Candidate, Department of Psychology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, NT, Hong Kong
Losing Face in Chinese and American Culture: Precursors and Consequences
Abstract presented at the Second International Conference on Multicultural Discourses, 13-15th April 2007, Institute of Discourse and Cultural Studies, & Department of Applied Psychology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, as part of the 9th Annual Meeting of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.

Bill Templer (2006)
Universality of Humiliation
Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna
Bankrang village
Phitsanulok province, Thailand.

Child Maltreatment, November 1, 2005, Volume 10, No. 4
Contents:
• Candice Feiring
Emotional Development, Shame, and Adaptation to Child Maltreatment
• David S. Bennett, Margaret Wolan Sullivan, and Michael Lewis
Young Children's Adjustment as a Function of Maltreatment, Shame, and Anger
• Jeffrey Stuewig and Laura A. McCloskey
The Relation of Child Maltreatment to Shame and Guilt Among Adolescents: Psychological Routes to Depression and Delinquency
• Candice Feiring and Lynn S. Taska
The Persistence of Shame Following Sexual Abuse: A Longitudinal Look at Risk and Recovery
• Claudio Negrao, II, George A. Bonanno, Jennie G. Noll, Frank W. Putnam, and Penelope K. Trickett
Shame, Humiliation, and Childhood Sexual Abuse: Distinct Contributions and Emotional Coherence
• Esther Deblinger and Melissa K. Runyon
Understanding and Treating Feelings of Shame in Children Who Have Experienced Maltreatment
• Tamara J. Ferguson
Mapping Shame and Its Functions in Relationships
• Lucy Berliner
Shame in Child Maltreatment: Contributions and Caveats
• Index to Child Maltreatment Volume 10

Dialogue - A Proposal
David Bohm, Donald Factor, Peter Garrett
Please see also http://www.david-bohm.net/

Mamdouh Gabr (2006)
Health Ethics, Equity and Human Dignity
In UNESCO EOLSS

John McFadden (2006)
“My Remorse Was Hidden, Not Lacking, and My Story Proves It”: How Successful Ex-Career Criminals’ Public Testimonials Can Enable Support for Rehabilitation.

Joseph P. Baratta (2004)
The Politics of World Federation
Vol.1: The United Nations, U.N. Reform, Atomic Control.
Vol. 2: From World Federalism to Global Governance

Westport, CT: Praeger
Please see here the Introduction to both volumes.
Please see here an editorial on the work of Joseph Baratta and Virginia Swain.

Marie Breen Smyth (2004) with Marie Therese Fay, Emily Brough and Jennifer Hamilton
The Impact of Political Conflict on Children in Northern Ireland: A Report on the Community Conflict Impact on Children Study
Belfast: Institute for Conflict Research (150pp) IBSN 0-9541894-4-1
Description: This report draws on the findings of the project Community Conflict Impact on Children. The study aimed to collect evidence on the effects of the Troubles on children and young people throughout Northern Ireland.

Charles Knight (2006)
Tough Enough? Beyond the Dominion of Conventional Masculinity Politics of National Security
Presentation to in Public Policy weekly seminar, Kennedy School of Government, University, Cambridge, MA USA, 18 October 2005 - as delivered.

Charles Knight (2006)
Security in the Great Transition
Frontiers of a Great Transition - GTI Papers Series 7
See also http://www.gtinitiative.org/documents/PDFFINALS/7Security.pdf.

Charles Knight (2007)
Notes on Feminist Leadership
October 10, 2007.

Dimostenis Yagcioglu (1996)
Psychological Explanations of Conflicts Between Ethnocultural Minorities and Majorities - An Overview.

Donald E. Brown (2004)
Human Universals, Human Nature & Human Culture
In Daedalus, 133 (4, Fall), pp. 47-54.

Hassan El Menyawi (2005)
The Torture Matrix
Article soon being published, also presented to students in Hassan El Menyawi’s course on "Human Rights." Abstract kindly provided by Hassan El Menyawi to the 2005 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 15-16, 2005

Róbert Oravecz (2005) co-authored with László Lajtai
Inter-Ethnic Communication, Solidarity, Refugee Identity Transformation
(In the mirror of Slovene refugee poltics during the Balkan war)

Midori Suzuki (2004)
Japanese Expressions of Humiliation
Assembled by Midori Suzuki, Tokyo, 2004.

Robert Oravecz (2004), co-authored with Lilla Hárdi & László Lajtai
Social Transition, Exclusion, Shame and Humiliation
In Torture, Volume 14, Number 1, 2004.

W. Fitzhugh Brundage (2006)
The Ultimate Shame: Lynch-Law in the Post-Civil War American South
In Social Alternatives (Special Issue "Humiliation and History in Global Perspectives"), Vol. 25, No. 1, First Quarter, pp. 28-32, 2006 (the full text is available by obtaining a copy of the Special Issue of Social Alternatives from Ralph Summy, or here in pdf format).

Aysegül Acar-Dreyer (2005)
How to Help a Child Become the Good Person Within, Through Encouragement and a Democratic Approach

Mahdi Elmandjra (2005)
What Future for Islam in Europe?
Club de Roma - Comunidad Valenciana
con la colaboración del Centro Cultural Islámico de Valencia (Valencia, 15 September 2005).

Michel Danino (2006)
Humiliation in India's Historical Consciousness
In Social Alternatives (Special Issue "Humiliation and History in Global Perspectives"), Vol. 25, No. 1, First Quarter, pp. 44-49, 2006 (the full text is available by obtaining a copy of the Special Issue of Social Alternatives from Ralph Summy, or here in pdf format).

Charles Taylor (2002)
Democratic exclusion (and its remedies?)
In Eurozine.

Marshall Rosenberg (2004)
NonViolent Communication as an Evolutionary Imperative - The Inner View of Marshall Rosenberg by Peter Moore

Alexander Wendt (2003)
Why a World State Is Inevitable
In European Journal of International Relations, 9 (4), pp. 491-542.

Alexander Wendt (2005)
Social Theory as Cartesian Science: An Auto-Critique from a Quantum Perspective
In Guzzini, Stefano and Leander, Anna (Eds.), Constructivism and International Relations, London: Routledge, forthcoming.

Nancy Fraser (2000)
Rethinking Recognition. In New Left Review, 3, pp. 107-120.
"To be misrecognized ... is not simply to be thought ill of, looked down upon or devalued in others' attitudes, beliefs or representations. It is rather to be denied the status of a full partner in social interaction, as a consequence of institutionalized patterns of cultural value that constitute one as comparatively unworthy of respect or esteem" (p. 113-114)

George A. Bonanno (2005), together with Claudio Negrao, Jennie G. Noll, Frank W. Putnam, F. W., and Penelope K. Trickett
Shame, Humiliation, and Childhood Sexual Abuse: Comparing Discrete and Clinical Theories of Emotion
In Child Maletreatment, in press.

Richard Evanoff (2005)
A Communicative Approach to Intercultural Dialogue on Ethics
Paper presented at the 2005 Aoyama Symposium on International Communication "Exploring the Current Status and Future Direction of International Communication as a Field of Study," 5th March, at the School of International Politics and Economics, Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo, Japan.

Sobhi Tawil and Alexandra Harley (2004)
Education and Identity-based Conflict: Assessing curriculum policy for social and civic reconstruction
In Tawil, S. & Harley, A., Education, Conflict and Social Cohesion (Geneva: UNESCO International Bureau of Education).
Please see also the announcement of their publication.

George Jacobs (2004)
Speaking Vegetarian: Toward Nonspeciesist Language
Paper presented at the World Vegetarian Congress,
8-14 November, Florianopolis, Brazil.

 

Reviews

Robert Craig, University of Colorado (2003)
The Fundamental Communicative Right: A Brazilian Scholar’s Plea
Review of Gomes de Matos, Francisco. Comunicar para o bem: rumo à paz comunicativa. São Paulo: Editora Ave-Maria, 2002. 117p. ISBN: 85-276-0563-5. First Published in ICA Newsletter, International Communication Association, Volume 31, Number 6, August, page 2 and 5.

Monika Rektor (2002)
Review of Gomes de Matos, Francisco. Comunicar para o bem: rumo à paz comunicativa
São Paulo: Editora Ave-Maria, 117p. ISBN: 85-276-0563-5.

Manfred Prinz (2002)
Rezension von Francisco Gomes de Matos. Comunicar para o Bem Rumo a Paz Comunicativa
São Paulo (Ave Maria).