Staff Publications

DAVID J. SMITH 

President 

Smith, D.J. (2021, June). Review of the U.S. Institute of Peace: A Critical History (English, M.D.). International Journal on World Peace, 38(2).

 

Smith, D. J. (2021). Peacebuilding as a Means to Global Citizenry. In

Management Association, Information Resources, ed. Research Anthology on Instilling Social Justice in the Classroom (963-975). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-7998-7706-6.
 

Smith, D. J. (2019, July 12). Why Studying Abroad Could Be the Key to Career Success. Forbes.

 

Smith, D. J. (2019, September 4). Applying an International Experience to Your Career Search. Forbes.

 

​Smith, D. J. (2019). Peacebuilding as a Means to Global Citizenry. In G. Malveaux, & R. Raby (eds.), Study Abroad Opportunities for Community College Students and Strategies for Global Learning (200-212). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-6252-8.ch014.

Smith, D. J. (2018, December 23). Lesson From the California Wildfires: Empathy for Others. Baltimore Sun.

Smith, D.J. (2018, September). Review of Rescue: Refugees and the Political Crisis of our Time (Milibrand, D.). International Journal on World Peace, 35(3).

Smith, D. J. (2018, January 23). Building a Better World Through Travel Abroad. Baltimore Sun.

Smith, D. J. (2017, September 14). Preparedness Is Everyone’s Business. Huffington Post.

Smith, D.J. (2017, July 24). Fostering Humanitarianism With American Young People. Huffington Post.

Smith, D.J. (2017, January 29). Now More Than Ever, Americans Must Offer Humanitarian Aid to Outsiders. Baltimore Sun.

Smith, D.J. (2016, May 27). National Service in War and Peace. Huffington Post.

Smith, D.J (2016, January 8). Working for Peace Here at Home. Baltimore Sun.

Smith, D.J. (2016). Peace Jobs: A Student’s Guide to Starting a Career Working for Peace. Information Age Publishing.

 

Carstarphen, N., Zelizer, C., Harris, R., & Smith, D.J. (2010, August). U.S. Institute of Peace Special Report: Graduate and Professional Practice in International Peace and Conflict. United States Institute of Peace, Special Report 246.

 

PETER REYNOLDS

Vice President 

Reynolds, P.W. (March 2007). Law and Counter-Terrorism. Barricades. Institute for Public Affairs of Montreal.

Reynolds, P.W. (January 2006). European Political Union. Barricades. Institute for Public Affairs of Montreal.

 

Reynolds, P.W. (2004). Media and Communication Systems in the Balkan Conflicts. Reflections on the Balkan Wars: Ten Years After the Breakup of Yugoslavia. Palgrave Macmillan.

JESS BONNAN-WHITE

Director of Education & Training

Bonnan-White, J. (2017). Independent-Living Senior Communities in Disaster: Self-Efficacy and Trust in Responding Agencies. Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, 14(2). doi:10.1515/jhsem-2016-0064.

Bonnan-White, J., Issa, A. (2016). Documenting the Complex Relationship Between Self-efficacy, Resiliency, and Workplace Empowerment: A Case Study of Humanitarian Workers in Palestine. Journal of International Humanitarian Action, 1(7), online. doi:10.1186/s41018-016-0011-y.

Bonnan-White, J. (2015). Avoiding the Emperor’s Prophecy: Making the Case for the Primacy of Emergency Management in Criminal Justice and Human Security Studies. Contemporary Justice Review, 18(3), 296-312. doi:10.1080/10282580.2015.1057707.

Bonnan-White, J., Shulman, J., & Bielecke, A. (2014). Snow Tweets: Emergency Information Dissemination in a U.S. County During 2014 Winter Storms. PLoS Currents. doi:10.1371/currents.dis.100a212f4973b612e2c896e4cdc91a36.

Bonnan-White, J. (2013). Learning Peace From "Lower" Primates. Peace Review, 25 (3): 414-422.

Bonnan-White, J. (2016). Review of Security Theology, Surveillance, and the Politics of Fear (Shalhoub-Kevorkian, N.). Review of Middle East Studies 50(1), 118-121.

Bonnan-White, J. (2011). Review of Peacekeeping Under Fire: Culture and Intervention (Rubenstein, R.). Peace Review, 23 (3), 422-425.

ERNEST N. OGBOZOR

Board Member 

Ogbozor, Ernest N. (Forthcoming). Co-existence in Boko Haram’s Caliphate: Making a Living in Militant Controlled Areas in Rural Borno, Nigeria. African Journal for the Prevention and Combating of Terrorism.  

Ogbozor, Ernest N. (December 2019). From Counter-terrorism to Livelihood Destruction: Factors Causing Systemic and Continuing Destruction of Livelihoods in the Lake Chad Basin. African Journal for the Prevention and Combating of Terrorism, 8(1), 35-53. 

Ogbozor, Ernest N. (May 2019). Protectors or Outlaws? The CJTF of Nigeria Show the Benefits and Challenges of Working With Civilian Security Actors. Africa Defense Forum, 44-48.

 

Ogbozor, Ernest N. Causes and Consequence of Violent Extremism in Northeast Nigeria. Households in Conflict Network HiCN Working Papers, 227.

Ogbozor, Ernest N. Resilience to Violent Extremism: The Rural Livelihood

Coping Strategies in the Lake Chad Basin. Households in Conflict Network HiCN Working Papers, 237.

Ogbozor, Ernest N. Understanding the Informal Security Sector in Nigeria. U.S. Institute of Peace Special Report, 391.

 

Ogbozor, Ernest N. Preparedness and Response to Terrorism in Nigeria.​ Lambert Academic Publishing.

Ogbozor, Ernest N. From Hell to Hell: The Travails of Ex-prisoners in Nigeria. Justice Action, Tasmania, Australia.
 

 
 
 

LENA CHOUDHARY 

Program Specialist

Choudhary, L. (2018). Educational Strategies for Conflict Management. Nursing, 48(12).