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American Studies 050
Behavioral and Neural Sciences 112
Biology 120
Business and Science 137
Chemistry 160
Creative Writing 200
Criminal Justice 202
Economics 220
English 350 (Includes American Literature 352)
Environmental Science 375
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Global Affairs 478
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Mathematical Sciences 645
Nursing 705
Peace and Conflict Studies 735
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Physics, Applied 755
Political Science 790
Psychology 830
Public Administration 834
Urban Environmental Analysis and Management
Urban Systems 977 (Joint Ph.D. with NJIT)
Women's and Gender Studies 988
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Camden Newark New Brunswick/Piscataway
  Graduate School–Newark 2015–2017 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Peace and Conflict Studies 735  

Peace and Conflict Studies 735

Degree Programs Offered: Master of Arts

Director of Graduate Programs: R. Brian Ferguson


Members of the Graduate Faculty

Sherri-Ann Butterfield, Ph.D., Sociology, Michigan
Race and ethnic relations; immigration and migration; gender; identity and culture; urban

Aldo Civico, Ph.D., Anthropology, Columbia
Political violence; insurgency; internally displaced people; transnational crime; conflict resolution; Latin America

Ira Cohen, Ph.D., Sociology, Wisconsin
Social theories of order and conflict

R. Brian Ferguson, Ph.D., Anthropology, Columbia
War; political violence;, state-tribe interaction; policing; organized crime; human nature

Alex Hinton, Ph.D., Anthropology, Emory
Genocide; political violence; transnational justice; human conflict resolution; human rights

Jaime Lew, Ph.D., Sociology and Comparative Education, Columbia
Comparative and international education; urban; immigration; race; ethnicity; international migration and globalization

Sean Mitchell, Ph.D., Anthropology, Chicago
War; violence and peace; politics of inequality; nationalism; Brazil; Latin America

Isaias Rojas-Perez, Ph.D., Anthropology, Johns-Hopkins
Violence; the state; forensic anthropology; human rights; postconflict recover

Kurt Schock, Ph.D., Sociology, Ohio State
Civil resistance; social movements; conflict transformation

Genese Marie Sodikoff, Ph.D., Anthropology, Michigan
Conservation and conflict; environmental justice; Africa and the Indian Ocean

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