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Peaceful Societies

Alternatives to Violence and War

News and Reviews

Author: Bruce Bonta (page 5 of 10)

December 29, 2011. Constructive Spirit in an Arkansas Amish Community
December 22, 2011. Police Intimidation of Nubians
December 22, 2011. Nonkilling/Peaceful Anthropology
December 15, 2011. Summary of Evidence for Peaceful Societies [Panel Presentations, part 3]
December 15, 2011. Birhor Contraceptives and Cell Phones
December 8, 2011. Peaceful Societies Exemplify Ecocentric Living [Panel presentations, part 2]
December 8, 2011. Kadar Involved in Hornbill Research
December 1, 2011. Inuit Artists in Cape Dorset
December 1, 2011. Center for Global Nonkilling [Panel Presentations, part 1]
November 24, 2011. Malapandaram Colonies in the News
November 24, 2011. Center for Global Nonkilling [book review]
November 10, 2011. Earthquakes Destroy the Dzongu, but Lepchas Abandon Mun
November 10, 2011. Birhor Society Still Imperiled
November 3, 2011. Semai Incensed by Firearms
November 3, 2011. Amish Buggies and Beards
October 27, 2011. National Geographic Project at a Hutterite Colony
October 27, 2011. Fipa Vitality
October 20, 2011. A Fair Settlement for Jammu and Kashmir?
October 20, 2011. Strengthening the Uses of Inuit Languages
October 13, 2011. Fiftieth Anniversary of the Evacuation of Tristan
October 13, 2011. Amish Attack Amish in Central Ohio
October 6, 2011. Possible Causes of Earthquake Destruction in Sikkim
October 6, 2011. Kadar Included in New Mapping Project
September 29, 2011. Nubians Hopeful
September 29, 2011. Earthquake Destruction in Lepcha Communities
September 22, 2011. Mbuti in a Squalid Refugee Camp
September 22, 2011. Amish Men Begin Serving Jail Sentences
September 15, 2011. Violence among the Nubians
September 15, 2011. Joy in a San Community
September 8, 2011. Piaroa Frustrations with Government
September 8, 2011. New Inuit Students in Montreal
September 1, 2011. Condolences after a Mass Murder
September 1, 2011. Forgiveness after a Mass Murder
August 25, 2011. Witchcraft Killings in Tanzania
August 25, 2011. Amish Bed and Breakfast Operations
August 18, 2011. Semai Homes Buried by Mudslide
August 18, 2011. Forest River Hutterite Colony in the News
August 11, 2011. Yanadi Colony Troubles Former Film Star
August 11, 2011. Discrimination Against the Mangyans
August 4, 2011. Amla Fruit in India
August 4, 2011. Photos of Batek Life
July 28, 2011. Tristan Fishery Earns Certification
July 28, 2011. Indian Army Displays its Might in Ladakh
July 21, 2011. Environment Minister in India Removed
July 21, 2011. Birhor Youth Will Attend College
July 14, 2011. Zapotec Woman Saluted
July 14, 2011. Amish Attacked in New York and Welcomed in Maine
July 7, 2011. Ju/’hoansi Need Qualified Teachers
July 7, 2011. Inuit Need Qualified Teachers
June 30, 2011. Paliyan Protect Endangered Squirrels
June 30, 2011. G/wi Will Soon Get Water
June 23, 2011. Mbuti Refugee Stories
June 23, 2011. Conflict Over the Chalakudy Dam Nearly Ended
June 16, 2011. Symphony Orchestra at a Piaroa Village
June 16, 2011. Family Murdered, Father Commits Suicide in Nunavut
June 9, 2011. Birhor Supported, but Exploited
June 9, 2011. Schwartzentruber Amish Lose Court Appeal
June 2, 2011. Nubians Appoint Oddoul to Represent Them
June 2, 2011. Pepper and Honey from Kerala
May 26, 2011. Kadar Women Try to Stop Alcoholism
May 26, 2011. A Woman Healer for the Fipa
May 19, 2011. Yanadi Traditional Knowledge Threatened
May 19, 2011. Meth Labs Emerge in Amish Country
May 12, 2011. Values for Peace [journal article review]
May 12, 2011. Do Raised Bed Gardens Foster Peace?
May 5, 2011. Census Flap in Ladakh About the Position of Women
May 5, 2011. Mangyans Unite for their Rights—with Poetry
April 28, 2011. Paliyan Medicinal Plants [journal article review]
April 28, 2011. Gjoa Haven Visitors’ Center
April 21, 2011. Tristan Disaster So Far
April 21, 2011. Nubian Voters and Their Opinions
April 14, 2011. Nubians Demonstrate for Land Rights
April 14, 2011. Montana Hutterite Fish Farms
April 7, 2011. Lepcha Magazine Provides a Cultural Feast [online magazine review]
April 7, 2011. Invasion of Ju/’hoansi Territory Finally Settled
March 31, 2011. Tragedy for Nightingale—and Tristan da Cunha
March 31, 2011. The Birhor Need Water
March 24, 2011. Inuit Perceptions of Climate Change: New Documentary Film
March 24, 2011. No Harm to Ifaluk from the Tsunami
March 17, 2011. Buddhist and Muslim Families in Ladakh [journal article review]
March 17, 2011. Polygamist Mormons and Amish Share Experiences of Abuse
March 10, 2011. Mbuti Exhibit Celebrates Presidential Inauguration
March 10, 2011. Birhor Girls Take Up Boxing
March 3, 2011. Semai Woman Earns Prestigious Malaysian Award
March 3, 2011. Witchcraft in Rukwa
February 24, 2011. Nubian Reactions to the Revolution
February 24, 2011. Alcohol Abuse and Violence in Nunavut
February 17, 2011. Piaroa Aesthetic Values on Tour
February 17, 2011. Birhor Live in Poverty
February 10, 2011. New Ventures for the Yanadi
February 10, 2011. The Kadar of the Western Ghats
February 3, 2011. Rioting in Egypt Affects Tourism
February 3, 2011. Will the G/wi Win Respect?
January 27, 2011. San Situation in the News Again
January 27, 2011. Alcohol and the Amish
January 20, 2011. Tragedy in Kerala and the Malapandaram
January 20, 2011. Measures for Peace in Ladakh
January 13, 2011. Progress in the Anamalai Hills
January 13, 2011. Appraisal of John Marshall’s Ju/’hoansi Films (journal article review)
January 6, 2011. Tourism in the Dzongu
January 6, 2011. Amish Newcomers in Missouri
December 30, 2010. The Inuit Sea Woman and Uncertainty (journal article review)
December 30, 2010. Play about Birhor Receives Award
December 23, 2010. Botswana versus Survival International
December 23, 2010. The Catholic Church and the Politicians
December 16, 2010. Altruism Is Undercut by Anonymity [journal article review]
December 16, 2010. Buid Lose their Lands
December 9, 2010. Tristan Priests from Malvern, England
December 9, 2010. The Amish Like to Work
December 2, 2010. Community and Government Provide Support in Ladakh
December 2, 2010. Healthy Forests in a Zapotec Community
November 25, 2010. Will Facebook Foster Peaceful Societies?
November 25, 2010. Birhor Boy Returns to his Village
November 18, 2010. Severe Health Problems in a Piaroa Community
November 18, 2010. Treatment of Hutterite Manufacturing Firms Questioned
November 11, 2010. Strategies for Halting Suicides in Nunavut
November 11, 2010. Survival International Campaigns for the G/wi
November 4, 2010. Rat Control and the Yanadi
November 4, 2010. Amish Enterprises and Religious Practice
October 28, 2010. Celebration of Orang Asli Culture this Weekend
October 28, 2010. Power Dam Cancelled—Lepcha Religious Beliefs Respected
October 21, 2010. Indian Government Appoints Peace Panel
October 21, 2010. Inuit Students Seek More Discipline
October 14, 2010. The Ju/’hoansi and the Anthropologists: an Overview [journal article review]
October 14, 2010. Workshop Next Week on Aggression and Peacemaking
October 7, 2010. Hutterite Heritage of Peace
October 7, 2010. Botswana’s Contest with the G/wi
September 30, 2010. Tristan Islanders Enjoy Excitement
September 30, 2010. Keeping the Peace, Semai Style [journal article review]
September 23, 2010. Does Drinking Beer Foster Peacefulness?
September 23, 2010. Kadar News Increasingly Upbeat
September 16, 2010. Leh Rises, Slowly, from the Mud
September 16, 2010. School Starts for the Inuit
September 9, 2010. Discrimination against the Mbuti
September 9, 2010. Peace Systems Exist—and More Can Be Developed [journal article review]
September 2, 2010. New Housing for the Nubians
September 2, 2010. Lepcha Festival Celebrates Peaceful Coexistence
August 26, 2010. Hutterite Colony Moves Successfully
August 26, 2010. Botswana’s Abuses of the G/wi [journal article review]
August 19, 2010. Tragic Mudslide in Ladakh
August 19, 2010. Amish Newspapers
August 12, 2010. Piaroa Social Interactions, Past and Present [anthology chapter review]
August 12, 2010. Inuit Fight Seismic Testing in Rich Arctic Waters
August 5, 2010. Open Minded L.A. Priests Encourage Zapotec Festivals
August 5, 2010. Viroqua, Wisconsin, Seeks Compromises with the Amish
July 29, 2010. Ju/’hoansi Strive to Expel Invaders—Peacefully
July 29, 2010. Botswana San Lose their Appeal for Water
July 22, 2010. Difficulties of Life in a Semai Village
July 22, 2010. Warm Welcome for Amish Migrants into South Dakota
July 15, 2010. Ladakh Confluence Music Festival Cancelled
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