The goal of Landscapes of Violence (LoV) is to provide a balanced approach to the causes of violence and offer a voice for the human experience behind it. This journal deals with the interrelationships between society and violence seen through the analytical eyes of trans-disciplinary researchers.
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For information about the affiliated UMass Violence and Conflict Laboratory, please see VCL.
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Current Issue: Volume 3, Number 3 (2015) Education and Violence
Stuck in the middle with you: the political position of teachers during the Algerian War of Independence
Alexis Artaud de La Ferriere
“Boys Must Be Beaten”: Corporal Punishment, Gender, and Age in New Delhi Schools
Lavanya Murali Proctor
U.S. Education Reform and the Maintenance of White Supremacy through Structural Violence
Deborah M. Keisch and Tim Scott
- Dr. Ventura R. Pérez
- Guest Editor
- Dr. Jen Sandler
- Managing Editor
- Ana Del Conde
- Ashley E. Sherry
- Line Content Editor
- Sarah A. Mathena
- Visual Content Editor
- Adam C. Zimmer
- Peer-reviewed Articles
- Alexis Artaud de la Ferriere - Stuck in the Middle With You
- Lavanya Proctor - Boys Must be Beaten
- Ashley E. Sherry - Studying Policy through Violence
- Melissa Fellin - The Impact of Media Representation
- Deborah Keisch & Tim Scott - U.S. Education Reform
- Jen Sandler - As the Tide Turns
- "A View from the Field"
- Dani O'Brien & Jesse Hagopian - Violence and Resistance
- Kysa Nygreen & Barbara Madeloni - Teacher Education as a Site of Nonviolent Resistance
- Martha de Jesús López Aguilar - The Education Reform