Peace & Conflict Studies

Faculty

Erik JuergensmeyerErik Juergensmeyer
Department: Writing Program
Title: Director, Associate Professor
Office: Jones Hall, RM 128
Phone: 970-247-7098
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Dr. Erik Juergensmeyer is Coordinator of the Peace and Conflict Studies Minor and Associate Professor of Composition and Rhetoric. His research interests include community mediation and nonviolent communication. He teaches PEAC 101 and 401.        


David KozakDavid Kozak
Department: Anthropology
Title: Professor
Office: Center of Southwest Studies, RM 278
Phone: 970-247-7498
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Dr. David Kozak is Associate Professor of Anthropology. His research ranges from healing song poetics of the Tohono O’odham culture of southern Arizona, to Type 2 diabetes and obesity, to land access issues regarding conflicts over recreational and sacred land use. Collaborative community-based projects are close to Kozak’s heart. He has worked in several Native American communities of southern Arizona, and locally, applying his expertise to assist in problem solving regarding health and well-being matters. He teaches ANTH 210.


 Dr. John Baranski, Associate Professor Bill Mangrum
Department: Writing Program
Title: Lecturer
Office: Noble Hall, RM 234
Phone: 970-247-6764
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Dr. Bill Mangrum is a lecturer of rhetoric and writing with a long history of conflict resolution practice. His research covers humanism and spirituality. As a practicing mediator, he is especially interested in helping people develop conflict resolution skills to improve their lives and experiences. He teaches PEAC 401. 


Anthony Nocella, Assistant ProfessorAnthony Nocella
Department: Sociology
Title: Assistant Professor
Office: Reed Library, RM 73
Phone: 970-247-6950
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Dr. Anthony J. Nocella II is Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology, Editor of the Peace Studies Journal, National Coordinator of Save the Kids, Executive Director of the Institute for Critical Animal Studies, and Co-Editor of Critical Animal Studies and Theory book series with Lexington Books. His research includes critical criminology, transformative justice, queer studies, disability studies, Hip Hop, environmental justice, social justice education and critical pedagogy.


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