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.

For information about Landscapes of Violence (LoV), please see About this Journal.

For information about the affiliated UMass Violence and Conflict Laboratory, please see VCL.

To access past issues of LoV, please use the drop-down menu located in the left sidebar menu or visit our Archive.

Current Issue: Volume 3, Number 3 (2015) Education and Violence




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