Nonviolence 2000 Spring Semester Course

~ Sources Put on Reserve


~Evelyne Accad, Sexuality and War, Literary Masks of the Middle East (NY: NYU, 1990).  A.U. COPY:  PJ8082 .A23 1990


Vilas Adinath Sangave, Jaina Path of Ahimsa (Solapur: Bhagawan Mahavir Research Centre, 1991), 75 pp.  Not A.U.


Robert & Janet Aldridge, Children and Nonviolence (Pasadena, CA: Hope Pub. House, 1987). Not A.U.


Carlos Alzugaray Treto, La Seguridad Nacional de Cuba y el Diferendo con Estados Unidos (Havana: Higher Institute of International Relations, “Raúl Roa García,” 1989).  Not A.U.


Molana S. Angha, Sufism & Peace (Washington, DC: MTO, 1996).  Not A.U.


Molana S. Angha, Peace: Solh (San Rafael, CA: MTO, 1987).  Not A.U.


John J. Ansbro, Martin Luther King, Jr.: The Making of a Mind (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1982), 352 pp.  Intellectual portrait.  Not A.U.


~Aristophanes, Lysistrata, Jeffrey Henderson, ed., (Oxford, 1987), 236 pp.  A.U. COPY: PA 3875 .L8 1987


~Mubarak E. Awad & R. Scott Kennedy, Nonviolent Struggle in the Middle East (Philadelphia, PA: New Society, 1985).  Not A.U.


~Mubarak E. Awad, “Non–Violent Resistance: A Strategy for the Occupied Territories,” Journal of Palestine Studies, 13/52 (Summer 1984), 22–36. Repr. in D.H. Albert, ed., Nonviolent Struggle in the Middle East (Philadelphia: New Society, 1985); 23–37. Arabic trans., al-La’Unf fi l-Ard al-Muhtallah (East Jerusalem: Palestinian Center for the Study of Nonviolence, 1986).  In A.U. Serials Stacks, downstairs, under the Journal of Palestine Studies.


~Mubarak E. Awad, “Nonviolence and the Intifada,” in Graeme MacQueen, ed., Unarmed Forces: Nonviolent Action in Central America and the Middle East (Toronto: Science for Peace / Samuel Stevens, 1992; 83–94 [From Address Delivered at the Centre for Peace Studies at McMaster University], June 1989).  A.U. COPY: HM 278 .U53 1992.


Mubarak ‘Awad, Al-Muqawamat al–La’Unfiyyah. al-Quds (East Jerusalem): Palestinian Center for the Study of Nonviolence, 1986 trans., Walid Salibi, Siyasat al-’Amal al-La’Unfi. (Beirut: Markaz al-La’Unf wa Huquq al-Insan, forthcoming).  Not A.U.


Gedong Bagoes Oka, Identitas & Kedaulatan: Kabar Dari Pulau Dewata, 77 Tahun (Jakarta: Institut Dian/Interfidei, 1998)  (Nonviolence/Feminism/Indonesia).  ISBN: 9798726073; Not A.U.


Sydney Bailey, How Wars End: The United Nations and the Termination of Armed Conflict, 1946-1964, 2 Vols. (NY: Oxford U. & Clarendon Press, 1982). A.U. COPY: JX 1981 .P7 B26


Dominique Barbe, A Theology of Conflict & Other Writings on Nonviolence, Robert R. Barr, trans. (Maryknoll, NY, Orbis, 1989).  Not A.U.


Dana Bartelt, Both Sides of Peace; Israeli and Palestinian Political Poster Art (Seattle: U. of Washington, 1997), 160 pp.    Not A.U.


Robert Beck, Nonviolent Story: Narrative Conflict Resolution in the Gospel of Mark (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1996), 206 pp.  Not A.U.


Kathy Bickmore, Prill Goldthwait, John Looney, Sandra Zodnik, & Kathy Soltis, eds., Alternatives to Violence: A Manual for Teaching Peacemaking to Youth and Adults (Akron, OH: Peace GROWS & NE Ohio Alternatives to Violence Cmte, 1984), 126 pp.  Not A.U.


Kai Bird and Lawrence Lifschultz, eds., Hiroshima’s Shadow (Stony Creek, CT: Pamphleteer’s, 1996 & 1998), 584 pp.  Not A.U.                [Recommended Class Text]


Herbert Blumberg, Periodicals Concerned with Nonviolence & Social Change — With Organization, Geographic, & Subject Indexes (London/NARP 1971-1973), 350 pp.  Not A.U.


Herbert H. Blumberg, ed., Nonviolent Liberation: A Bibliography (Brighton: Noyce, 1977), 122 pp.  Not A.U.


~Joan Bondurant, ed., Conflict: Violence & Nonviolence (Chicago, IL Aldine-Atherton, 1971).  A.U. COPY: HM 281 .B63.


~Joan Bondurant, ed., Conquest of Violence; The Gandhian Philosophy of Conflict (Princeton, NJ: Princeton U, 1958), 269 pp.  A.U. COPY: HM 278.B6.


Guy Boubaul; Christian Brunier, Jean-Marie Muller, & Vincent Roussel. Ghandi, Sani’ al-La’Unf, Markaz al-La’Unf wa Huquq al-Insan (Jam’Iyyat al-’Amal al-Ijtima’i al-Thaqafi) [Gandhi – Artisan de la Non-Violence, Antoine Abu Zayd al-Jumayzah, trans. Beirut] (Montargis, Non-violence Actualité, 1996), 128 pp.  Not A.U.


Elise Boulding, Peace Movements over Two Decades in Japan and China (Dartmouth, 1984).  Not A.U.


Kenneth Boulding, Three Faces of Power (Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 1989), 259 pp.  A.U. COPY:  pp.  A.U. COPY: JC 330 .B68


James Bristol, Nonviolence: Not First for Export [On TNC Boycott & Apartheid in Southern Africa], (Philadelphia: American Friends Service Committee, 1972).  Not A.U.


Ken Butigan, From Violence To Wholeness: A Ten Part Program in the Spirituality and Practice of Active Nonviolence (Berkeley: Pace e Bene Franciscan Nonviolence Center, 1996).

       Including Chavez, Letter from Delano; SERPAJ.  Not A.U.


Aldo Capitini, La Nonviolenza Oggi (Milano: Edizioni di Comunità, 1962), 173 pp.  Not A.U.


Lokesh Chandra, Vibrations of Ahimsa in China (New Delhi: International Academy of Indian Culture, 1981), 132 pp.  Not A.U.


Ann Charters, Poems for Peace (Sound Recording): A Benefit Reading for the New York Workshop in Nonviolence (NY: Broadside, 1967), Record, 33 1/3 rpm; 12 in.  Not A.U.


Christopher Key Chapple, Nonviolence to Animals, Earth, and Self in Asian Traditions (Albany, NY: SUNY, 1993), 146 pp.  A.U. COPY: HM 278 .C465 1993.


Septima Poinsette Clark, Echo in My Soul (NY: Dutton, 1962).  Taught pre-literate adults to read in 90 days, (via her “kinaesthetic” method), in Highlander Folk School, (the source of songs like “We Shall Overcome”… from Guy & Candie Carawan), alongside Martin & Coretta Scott King, Jr., (in  religious ed.), and Andrew Young (in pol. ed.) also there.  Not A.U.


Patrick Comerford, Do You Want to Die for NATO (Dublin: Mercier, 1984), 104 pp.  (GWU), Not A.U.


Paul Comly French, We Won’t Murder, Being the Story of Men Who Followed Their Conscientious Scruples and Helped Give Life to Democracy (NY: Hastings, 1940), 189 pp.  (GWU), Not A.U.


Julien Cornell, The Conscientious Objector and the Law (NY: John Day, 1943), 158 pp.  Basic outline of legal principles used by WW II war resisters; by one of the founding family members of Cornell University, better known for defense of Ezra Pound.  (GWU), Not A.U.


Costa Rica: Democracia Desarmada (San Jose: Gov’t of Costa Rica, 1983).  Not A.U.


~Ralph Crow, Philip Grant, & Saad Ibrahim, eds., Arab Nonviolent Political Struggle in the Middle East (Boulder, CO: Rienner, 1990), 129 pp.  A.U. COPY: DS 63.1.  A675 1990.


Souad Dajani, Eyes Without Country: Searching for a Palestinian Strategy of Liberation (Philadelphia: Temple U., 1995), 238 pp.  A.U. COPY: DS 119.7 .D2554.


The Dalai Lama: A Portrait in the First Person (Toronto: TVOntario & Sleeping Giant Productions / Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences/CityTV, 1994).  Videocassette (24 min.): sd., col.; 1/2 in.  Not A.U.


~Dennis Dalton, Mahatma Gandhi: Selected Political Writings  (NY: Hackett, 1996), 169 pp.  A.U. Copy:  DS 481.G3 A25.


Dennis Dalton, Mahatma Gandhi: Nonviolent Power in Action (NY: Columbia University, 1993), 279 pp.  A.U. Copy: DS 481.G3 D215


Sugata Dasgupta, Philosophical Assumptions for Training in Non-Violence (Ahmedabad: Gujarat Vidyapith, Navajivan, 1984), 38 pp.  Not A.U.


Bonnie Day, This Life, One Leaf (Toronto: SAANES, 1972).  Poetry-in-Exile.  Not A.U.


John Dear, Peace Behind Bars: A Peacemaking Priest’s Journal from Jail (Kansas City: Sheed & Ward, 1995), 234 pp.  Recently-appointed to head FOR-U.S.  Mentions experience in Middle-East War (?); Anti-Nuke “jailbird”….  Not A.U.


Dave Dellinger. Revolutionary Nonviolence: Essays by Dave Dellinger  (Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1970), 390 pp.  A.U. COPY: E 840 .D4.


Barbara Deming, Prisons That Could Not Hold (San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1985), 230 pp.  Not A.U.


Dororthy Detzer, Appointment on Capitol Hill (NY: Henry, 1948).  Top anti-war lobbyist from early 1930s to 1950s, representing WILPF.  (LC & U of MD)  Not A.U.


Laurie Dolphin, Neve Shalom: Wahat Al-Salam, Oasis of Peace, (NY: Scholastic, 1993), 42 pp.  Not A.U.


Larry Dossey,   Non-Violence in Medical Science: Lectures Delivered at the Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad, India on 18th and 19th January 1988 (Ahmedabad, India: Gujarat Vidyapith, Navajivan, 1988), 54 pp.  Not A.U.


~James Douglass, The Nonviolent Coming of God (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1991), 236 pp.  A.U. COPY: BT 736.6 .D67 1991.  He and Shelley have led opposition to “White Trains.”


Donald Durnbaugh, ed., On Earth Peace, Disscussions on War/Peace Issues Between Friends, Mennonites, Brethren, and Euroopean Churches (Elgin, IL: Brethren, 1978).  Initial debate and dialogue supported by Peace Churches as to nonviolence, merging into World Council of Churches in 1950s, despite prevailing “just war” arguments. Not A.U.


Max Eastman, ed., Selected Poems of Claude McKay (NY: Harvest/HBJ, 1953).  Not A.U.


Theodor Ebert, Gewaltfreier Aufstand: Alternative zum Bürgerkrieg (Freiburg, Germany: Rombach, 1968), 408 pp.  Mentor to Petra Kelley.  Not A.U.


Desiderius Erasmus, Praise of Folly, trans. Leonard Dean (Chicago: Packard, 1946).  A.U. COPY:  PA 8514 .E5 1941


~Susan Ferriss & Ricardo Sandoval, The Fight in the Fields: Cesar Chavez and the Farmworkers Movement, ed. Diana Hembree & Michele McKenzie (NY: Harcourt Brace, 1997), 333 pp; A.U. COPY: HD 6509.C48 F47 1997.


~Roger Fisher, ed., Beyond Machiavelli (Harvard U., 1994).  A.U. COPY: JX4473 .F57 1994.


I Fondamenti Biblici Della non Violenza (Viterbo: Quatrini, 1969), 145 pp.  Not A.U.


Mohandas Gandhi, Das Leben und Wirken von M.K. Gandhi (Kasel-Bettenhausen: Weber, Zucht/Berlin Gandhi Information Center, 1988), 201 pp.  Not A.U.


~Mohandas Gandhi, An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth (Boston, MA: , Beacon Press, 1957, or Ahmedabad, Navajivan Version, Free or Gratis, OnLine:  A.U. book COPY: DS481.G3 A356; &/or In Search of the Supreme, 3 Vols.; and Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi, A.U. COPIES   DS 481.G3 A13; Collected Works … to be OnLine, first half of Year 2000; Gratis.


Mohandas Gandhi, Nonviolence in Peace and War, 2 vols., (Garland, 1972, or Ahmedabad, Navajivan, 1942-1949).  Central for Gandhian global political view.  Not A.U.


Hildegard Goss-Mayr, Der Mensch vor dem Unrecht, Spiritualität und Praxis-Gewaltlose Befreiung (Vienna: Europaverlag, 1981).  Core writer of Int’l Fellowship of Reconciliation.  Major actor in people’s actions in, e.g., Brazil and the Philippines.  Not A.U.


~Richard Gregg, The Power of Nonviolence, Martin Luther King, Jr., Foreword (Nyack, NY: Fellowship, 1938, 1959), 192 pp.  A.U. COPY: HM 278 .G7;  The book that shifted MLK into nonviolence.  In-Print Edition:  3rd. ed., Greenleaf Books, Weare, NH, 1984


José Gutiérrez,  La No-Violencia en la Transformación Colombiana (Bogotá: Tercer Mundo, 1964), 79 pp.  Not A.U.


Daniel S. Halperin, ed., To Live Together: Shaping New Attitudes to Peace Through Education (Paris: UNESCO: Int’l Bureau of Education, 1997), 186 pp.  Based on Israeli-Palestinian workshop, 26 January – 2 February 1997, Centre des Pensieres, Fdn Marcel Merieux, Veyrier du Lac (Annecy), France.  Not A.U. / “LOST


~Vincent Harding, There is a River: The Black Struggle for Freedom in America (NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1981), 416 pp.  A.U. COPY: E 185.615 .H28.


Louise Hawkley & James C. Juhnke, eds., Nonviolent America: History through the Eyes of Peace (N. Newton, KS: Bethel College, 1996).  Not A.U.


Ham Sok Hon, Queen of Suffering, A Spiritual History of Korea (Philadelphia: Friends World Committee for Consultation, 1985).  Nonviolent activist and writer describes 6,000 years of culture, split since the 1940s, as something like the “Gandhi” of Korea.  Not A.U.


Gérard Houver, A Non-Violent Lifestyle, Conversations with Jean and Hildegard Goss, trans Richard Bateman (London: Lamp, 1981), 142 total pp.  Brief notes about Red and Brazilian militaries and chronology (1912-1986), as to initiating nonviolence training and networking in Spain, Brazil, Chile, Poland, Angola, Austria, Germany, Russia, Czechia, Hungary, Ireland, Lebanon, Portugal, Mozambique, Uruguay, Zambia, Bulgaria, Columbia, Romania, Tanzania, Scandinavia, (former) Yugoslavia, South Africa, the Balkans, and the U.S, via the IFOR.  Unusual because in English.  Not A.U.


~Paul Hubers, ed., International Journal of Nonviolence (Three Volumes, 1992 – 1998).  Not A.U.


~Paul Hubers, (With Abdul Aziz Said), “The Convergence of Global Nonviolence in the Middle-East,” International Journal of Nonviolence (1996): 182-95.


~Paul Hubers, (With Mubarak Awad), “Nonviolence in the Intifada: Long-Term Costs and Values,” Peace Research (Winnipeg) 25/3 (August 1993): 61-70; Expanded from Paper Presented at the International Peace Research Association Conference in Kyoto, Japan (July 1992).


~Paul Hubers, ed., Nonviolence in Violence: Approaches to International Conflict Resolution in Costa Rica, Ph.D. Dissertation, The American University School of International Service (Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International, 1992), 437 pp.  See Chapters 1-3, and/or Microfiche in A-V section of the Library, Call # 92-06912.


~Paul Hubers, “A Global Methodology of Nonviolence,” Gandhi Marg (New Delhi, India) 97 (April 1987): 7-19.


~Paul Hubers, (With Abdul Aziz Said), “Karl Jung,” “Inga Thorsson,” & “Salvador de Madariaga”, in Linus Pauling, ed., (U.N.) World Encyclopedia of Peace (Oxford & NY: Pergamon, 1986), 4 Vols., s.v.


John Th. Peters Humphrey, Human Rights and the United Nations: A Great Adventure (Dobbs Ferry, NY: Transnational, 1984), 350 pp.  By first director of the U.N. human rights endeavors; Delineates political vs socio-economic rights discourse.  A.U. COPY: K 3240.4 .H85 1984


Ikkevoldsaksjon. Nordisk Handbok i Organisering og Trening. 13 Aksjonsbeskrivelser fra Sverige, Danmark og Norge (Oslo: Pax, Värnpliktvägrarnas, Aldrig Mere Krig, Folkereisning Mot Krig, 1972), 154 pp.  Not A.U.


Henrik F. Infield, Utopia and Experiment; Essays in the Sociology of Cooperation (Port Washington, WA: Kennikat), 319 pp.  Initial beginnings of Israeli Kibbutz via revolutionary nonviolence of those like David Dellinger.  A.U. COPY: HD 2956 .I57.


~Catherine Ingram, In the Footsteps of Gandhi: Conversations with Spiritual Social Activists (Berkeley, CA: Parallax, 1990), 284 pp.  A.U. COPY: HN 18 .I54.


~Inez Irwin, The Story of Alice Paul and the National Woman’s Party (Fairfax, VA: Denlinger’s Publishers, Ltd., 1977), 501 pp.  A.U. COPY:  JK1901 .I7 1977


Aniela Jaffe, ed. Myth of Meaning, trans. R. F. C. Hull (NY: Putnam & C. G. Jung Fdn, 1971), 186 pp.  See chapter on Isaac Luria.  A.U. COPY: BF173.J85 J4513         


Stephenie Judson, ed., A Manual on Nonviolence and Children (New Society, 1984).  Not A.U.


Gernot Jochheim, Antimilitaristische Aktionstheorie, Soziale Revolution und Soziale Verteidigung: zur Entwicklung d. Gewaltfreiheitstheorie in d. Europ. Antimilitarist. u. Sozialist. Bewegung 1890-1940, Ünter bes. Berücks. d. Niederlande (Frankfurt/Main: Haag + Herchen, 1977), 621 pp.  Not A.U.


Gernot Jochheim, Gewaltfreie Aktion: Idee und Methoden, Vorbildung und Wirkungen (Hamburg: Rasch und Röhring, 1984), 333 pp.  Not A.U.


Gernot Jochheim, Protest in der Rosenstrasse (Stuttgart: Hoch, 1990), 191 pp.  Not A.U.


Jutta Kamke, Schule der Gewaltlosigkeit: Das Modell [of Joan Báez] (Palo Alto, CA: Hoffmann and Campe, [Hamburg, Germany], 1974).  Not A.U.


Michael Kasper, Gernika y Alemania, Historia de una Reconciliación (1998).  Not A.U.


Florence Kelley, Modern Industry in Relation to the Family, Health, Education, Morality (London: Longmans, Green, 1914; & Hyperion Reprint, 1975).  Benchmark atty.  Not A.U.


Florence Kelley, Notes of Sixty Years: The Autobiography of Florence Kelley, Kathryn Sklar, ed., (NY: Charles H. Kerr, 1986).  Not A.U.


~Petra Kelly, Fighting for Hope (Boston, MA: South End, 1984), 121 pp.  A.U. COPY  JX 1953 .K431.


Petra Kelly, Thinking Green!: Essays on Environmentalism, Feminism, and Nonviolence, Peter Matthiessen, Foreword (Berkeley, CA: Parallax, 1994), 167 pp.  A.L./A.U. COPY: JA 75.8 .K464 1994


Petra Kelly, Glenn Paige, & Sarah Gilliatt, eds., Nonviolence Speaks to Power (Honolulu: Center for Global Nonviolence Planning Project, Spark M. Matsunaga Institute for Peace, U. of Hawaii, 1992), 183 pp.  Not A.U.


Azim Khamisa & Carl Goldman, Azim’s Bardo: A Father’s Journey from Murder to Forgiveness (Los Altos, CA: Rising Star, 1998), 204 pp.  Muslim nonviolence of Father, whose college-age son is killed by 14-year-old gang member.  Not A.U.


~ Coretta Scott King, My Life with Martin Luther King, Jr. (NY: Holt, Rinehart, & Winston, 1969).  A.U. COPY:  E 185.97.K5 K5.


~Martin Luther King, Jr., Where do We Go Here: Chaos or Community? (NY: Harper & Row, 1967), 209 pp.  Especially last chapter written.  A.U. COPY:  E185.615 .K5


George Kotturan, Ahimsa: Gautama to Gandhi (New Delhi: Sterling, 1973), 228 pp.  Not A.U.


Mahendra Kumar & Peter Low, Legacy and Future of Nonviolence (New Delhi: Gandhi Peace Fdn., 1996), 282 pp.  Not A.U.


Mahendra Kumar, Violence and Nonviolence in International Relations (Delhi, India: Thomson Press, 1975.  A.U. COPY:  JX 1395 .M265


Satish Kumar, ed., School of Non-Violence: A Handbook (London: Housmans, 1969).  Not A.U.


~Bernard La Fayette & David C. Jehnsen, The Leaders Manual: A Structured Guide & Introduction to Kingian Nonviolence, The Philosophy and Methodology (Galena, Oh: Institute for Human Rights & Responsibilities, 1995), Preliminary pages.  Not A.U.


~George Lakey, Strategy for a Living Revolution (San Francisco: W. H. Freeman, 1973), 234 pp.  A.U. COPY: HM 278 .L3.


Felicia Langer, With My Own Eyes: Israel and the Occupied Territories, 1967-1973, Israel Shahak, foreword (London: Ithaca, 1975), 166 pp.  Defense attorney also defending conscientious objectors in Israel & Palestine.  A.U. COPY: DS 127.6.O3 L361


~Rachelle Linner (U.S. Citizen who co-developed Hiroshima Friendship Center), City of Silence: Listening to Hiroshima (Maryknoll: Orbis, NY, 1995).  D 767.25.H6 L46 1995


Joan London, So Shall Ye Reap, The Story of César Chavez & The Farm Workers’ Movement (NY: Crowell, 1970), pp. 130-131 and 182-85.  Not A.U.


~Staughton Lynd, ed., Nonviolence in America; A Documentary History (Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1966), 535 pp.  (2d ed., Orbis, 1995)  A.U. COPY: HM 278 .L9.


Carleton Mabee, Black Freedom; the Nonviolent Abolitionists from 1830 Through the Civil War (NY: Macmillan, 1970), 435 pp.  Not A.U.


Seán MacBride, ed., The Right to Refuse to Kill, A New Guide to Conscientious Objection and Service Refusal (Geneva: International Peace Bureau, 1971).  Not A.U.


Richard MacSorley, Kill?  For Peace?  (Washington, DC: Georgetown U, 1970).  Published first only by Herald Press; the “Kennedy” Priest & founder of GTU Peace Studies.  Not A.U.


Sheila McDonough, Gandhi’s Responses to Islam (New Delhi: D.K. Printworld, 1994).  Not A.U.


Pam McAllister, ed., This River of Courage (New Society, 1991), 240 pp.  Not A.U.


~Philip McManus & Gerald Schlabach, eds., Relentless Persistence: Nonviolent Action in Latin America (New Society, 1991), 312 pp.  A.U. COPY: HN 110.5 .A8 R43.


~Maired Corrigan Maguire, The Vision of Peace, Faith & Hope in Northern Ireland (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1999), 123 pp.  A.U. COPY: DA 990 .U 46 M364 1999


Joseph  Mangano, Low-Level Radiation and Immune System Damage, An Atomic Era Legacy (Washington, DC: Lewis, 1998).  Protest vs. tons of (radiogenic, atmospheric… ) dust.  Not A.U.


~Clarence Marsh Case, Non-Violent Coercion; A Study in Methods of Social Pressure (NY: Century, 1923) 423 pp.  A.U. COPY: HM 299.C3.  Cf. case study of China vs the U.S. in early 1900s.


~Matilde Mellibovsky, Circle of Love over Death: Testimonies of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo trans. Maria & Matthew Proser (Curbstone, 1997), A.U. COPY:  HV 6322.3.A7 M451 1997


~Rigoberta Menchu, Crossing Borders, trans. & ed. Ann Wright (NY: Verso, 1998), A.U. Copy:  F 1465.2.Q5 M373 1998.


~Thomas Merton, ed., Gandhi on Non-Violence (Boston/NY: Shambhala/New Directions, 1965), 82 pp.  A.U. COPY: HM 278 .G3243.


Gabi Meyer, Conflict and Conflict Accommodation: An Annotated Bibliography (Rondebosch: Centre for Intergroup Studies, University of Cape Town, RSA, Occ. Paper # 9, 1983), 63 pp.  Not A.U.


Arthur Morgan, Nowhere was Somewhere; How History Makes Utopias and How Utopias Make History (Chapel Hill, NC: U of NC, 1946), 234 pp.  (GMU)  Not A.U.   Peru and Erasmus.


~Rowe Morrow, Pax Pacifika, Case Studies in Non-Violent Action in the South Pacific Area (O’Connor, Australia: Donald Groom Fellowship, 1979).  Not A.U.


~Greg Moses, Revolution of Conscience: Martin Luther King, Jr., And The Philosophy of Nonviolence (NY: Guildford, 1997), A.U. Copy:  E 185.97.K5 M65 1997.


~Mo Ti, The Ethical and Political Works of Motse (Probsthain, 1929).  A.U. COPY:  B 128.M6 E5 1973.  Cf. notions of “heavenly” good, simplicity, and unarmed defense (like jiujitsu).


Jean-Marie Muller, Le Principe de Non-violence: Parcours Philosophiqu (Paris: Desclée de Brouwer, 1995), 321 pp.  Arabic Translation: Jean-Marie Muller, Ma’na al-La’Unf Markaz al-La’Unf wa Huquq al-Insan, trans. (Beirut:  Desclee de Brouwer, 1995).  Not A.U.


A.J. Muste, Nonviolence in an Aggressive World (NY: Harper, 1940), 211 pp. (DC/GWU), Not A.U.


Keiji Nakazawa, Barefoot Gen (Philadelphia, PA: New Society, 1987).  Not A.U.


Susan Neiburg Terkel, People Power: A Look at Nonviolent Action and Defense (NY: Lodestar, 1996), 138 pp.  Not A.U.


Susan Newman, With Heart and Hand: The Black Church Working to Save Black Children, Valley Forge, PA: Judson, 1995.  Not A.U.


John Okwoeze Odey, Nigeria, Search for Peace and Social Justice: The Relevance of the Philosophical and Theological Foundations of the Nonviolent Resistance of Martin Luther King, Jr. (Enugu: Snaap Press / Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, Nigeria), 136 pp.  ISBN: 9782919624   Not A.U.


~Martin Oppenheimer & George Lakey, A Manual for Direct Action (Chicago: Quadrangle, 1964/1965), 139 pp.  A.U. COPY: E 185.61 .O66


~Glenn Paige, Sarah Gilliatt, & Chaiwat Satha-Anand (Qader Muheideen), eds., Islam and Nonviolence (Honolulu, HI: Center for Global Nonviolence Planning Project & Matsunaga Institute for Peace, U. of Hawai’i, 1993), 162 pp.  A.U. COPY: BP 190.5.V56 I85 1993.


Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer, School of Assassins (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis,  1997).  Not A.U. (A.U. has Video Format: U 428 .U18 S36 1994).


Patricia Parkman, Nonviolent Insurrection in El Salvador: The Fall of Maximiliano Hernández Martínez (Tucson: U of Arizona, 1988), 168 pp.  A.U. COPY: F 1487.5 .P37.


Anne Parry, et al., Choosing Nonviolence: The Rainbow House Handbook to a Violence-Free Future for Young Children (Chicago, IL: Rainbow House, 1990).  Not A.U.


Pat Patfoort, Uprooting Violence: Building Nonviolence (Freeport, ME: Cobblesmith, 1995.  Not A.U.


~Alice Paul, LLD Dissertation, Towards Equality, A Study of the Legal Position of Women in the United States, American University, LLD, 1928; Ask at Bender Reference Desk, Mondays-Fridays, 9-5, for A.U. Diss./Thesis Microfilm No. # 220 — or 5 pages On Reserve.  For her first, handwritten dissertation, please see A.U. Reserves, for limited number of photocopied pages, from, Alice Paul, The Legal Position of Women [as to school or college access], PhD Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1912, Call # 25/5835/Sociology.  Not A.U.


Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Christ in a Poncho: Testimonials of the Nonviolent Struggles in Latin America, Charles Antoine, ed., & Robert Barr, trans. (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1983), 139 pp.  Not A.U.


Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Una Gota de Tiempo: Crónica entre la Angustia y la Esperanza (Córdoba, Argentina: Op Oloop, 1996), 236 pp.  Not A.U.


Armando Alonso Piñeiro, La Espada sin Filo: Gandhi y la No-Violencia (Buenos Aires: Plus Ultra, 1971), 120 pp.  Not A.U.


~Ronald Powaski, Thomas Merton on Nuclear Weapons (Chicago: Loyola U., 1988), 169 pp.  See, e.g., chapter 5 on “Nonviolent Action.”  A.U. COPY: BT 736.2 .P68.


~Inge Powell Bell, CORE and the Strategy of Nonviolence, Random House, 1968.  A.U. COPY: E 185.61 .B33


~Roger Powers, William Vogele; Christopher Kruegler, & Ronald McCarthy, eds., Protest, power, and Change: An Encyclopedia of Nonviolent Action from ACT-UP to Women’s Suffrage (NY: Garland, 1997), 610 pp.  A.U. COPY: HM 278 .P76 1997.


~Christopher Queen & Sallie King, eds., Engaged Buddhism: Buddhist Liberation Movements in Asia (Albany, NY; SUNY, 1996).  A.U. COPY: BQ 270 .E54 1996


Hira Rai, Bibliography on Non-Violence and Satyagraha (Varanasi, India: Navachetna Prakashan, 1971), 109 pp.  Not A.U.


Mercedes Randall, ed., Beyond Nationalism: The Social Thought of Emily Greene Balch (NY: Twayne, 1972), 260 pp.  First Women’s Int’l League for Peace & Freedom/WILPF staffer in Geneva.  Not A.U.


Howard Richards, Letters from Quebec, Vols 1–2; A Philosophy for Peace and Justice, vol. 1; and A Philosophy of Being in Love: Methods for Transforming the Structures of the Modern World, vol. 2. (San Francisco: International Scholars, 1993).  Not A.U.


Howard Richards, Fulfill the Dream: A tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Not A.U.


Henriëtte Roland Holst van der Schalk, Revolutionaire Massa-Aktie (Rotterdam: Brusse, 1918).  Dutch/German Core European opposition writer against Nazism.  Not A.U.


Henriëtte Roland Holst van der Schalk, Gandhi (Amsterdam: Ploegsma, 1948). Dutch/German Core European opposition writer against Nazism; Aimed at South Africa.  Not A.U.


Herbert Otto Roth, Pacifism in New Zealand, A Bibliography (Aukland: University of NZ, 1966).  Not A.U.


Nu’uhh Sala’amah, Nahhwa Ttariiqah Jadiidah fii Al-Ta Aamul ma a Al-Nizaa Aat (al-Ttab ah 1., SL: Palestinian Center for the Study of Nonviolence, 1996), 147 pp.  Not A.U.


~Molana Salaheddin Ali Nader Shah Anga, Sufism and Peace (Riverside, CA: M.T.O. Shahmaghsoudi, 1994).  A.U. COPY: BP 190.5 .P35 S3 1997.


~Michael Salla, Walter Tonetto, & Enrique Martinez, eds., Essays on Peace: Paradigms for Global Order (Rockhampton, QLD: Central Queensland University, 1995).  A.U. COPY: JX 1952 .E8 1995.


Chaiwat Santha-Anand, The Nonviolent Prince (Comparison of Gandhi & Machiavelli), (U. of HI: Ph.D. Dissertation, 1981), 370 pp.  Call #: 82-10593.  Not A.U.


Gerald Schlabach, Bibliografía en Español Sobre la No-Violencia (Tegucigalpa & Guatemala City: Semilla, Comité Central Menonita, 1987), 15 pp.  Not A.U.


~Karen Louise Schmidt, Transforming Abuse: Nonviolent Resistance and Recovery (New Society, 1995), 175 pp.  A.U. COPY:  HV 6250.25 .S36


Cassie Schwerner, Sing a Song of Justice Identity Politics and the Struggle of Multicultural Organizing (Boston College: Ph.D. Dissertation, 1997), 318 pp.  Not A.U.


~Gene Sharp & Ronald M. McCarthy, Nonviolent Action: A Research Guide (NY: Garland, 1997), 720 pp.  2-3 pp. on Palestine.  Not A.U.


~Gene Sharp, The Politics of Nonviolent Action, 3 vols., ed. Marina Finkelstein (Boston: Sargent, 1973), 902 pp;  A.U. COPY: HM 278 .S45;  Cf. with Sharp’s 1997 research text.


Daniel Smith-Christopher, ed., Subverting Hatred: The Challenge of Nonviolence in Religious Traditions (Boston Research Center for the 21st Century, 1998), 177 pp.


John Somerville, The Philosophy of Peace (NY: Gaer, 1949), 264 pp. Introduced the philosophical concept of omnicide in use of nuclear weapons.  (DCU), Not A.U.


~Pitirim Aleksandrovich Sorokin, The Ways and Power of Love (Chicago: H. Regnery, 1967), 323 pp.  A.U. COPY: BJ 1474 .S6.  Basic text on societal and physiological effects of peace.


~Olaf Stapledon, Star Maker (NY: Dover, 1968); A.U. COPY: PR 6037.T18 L3 1968.  Nonviolent Sci-Fi which paved the way for like contemporary stories, even @ whales….


~Bill Sutherland and Matt Meyer, Guns and Gandhi in Africa: Pan-Africanist Insights on Nonviolence, Armed Struggle, and Liberation (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 1999).  [Required Class Text].  Not A.U.


38559104        John M. Swomley, Confronting Systems of Violence: Memoirs of a Peace Activist (Nyack, NY: Fellowship, 1998), 158 pp.  0911810811 Not A.U.


Ralph Templin, Democracy and Nonviolence: The Role of the Individual in World Crisis (Boston: Sargent, 1965).  Brazilian insights.  A.U. COPY: JC 587 .T4.


Dinanath Gopal Tendulkar, Abdul Ghaffar Khan; Faith is a Battle (Mumbai: Proakashan, 1967).  On the life story of the Pashtu or Afghani counterpart to Mohandas Gandhi.  Not A.U.


~Henry David Thoreau, Civil Disobedience and Other Essays (NY: Dover, 1993), 90 pp. For A.U. COPY, see Nancy L. Rosenblum, Political Writings / Thoreau (NY: Cambridge U, 1996), JC 212. T56 1996


J. Tiffany, British Feminism and Nonviolence Study Group Staff, Piecing it Together: Feminism and Nonviolence, (Spencer, NY, 1983).  Not A.U.


Leo Tolstoy, Tolstoy’s Writings on Civil Disobedience and Non-violence (NY: Bergman, 1967), 400 pp.  Not A.U.


Leo Tolstoy, Writings on Civil Disobedience and Nonviolence, trans. from Russian by Aylmer Maude & Ronald Sampson, (New Society, 1987).  A.U. COPY: JC 328.3 .T64.


Jonathan Turley (GWU Law Professor) vs. U.S. Government “Unnamed”, A Guide to Citizen Law Enforcement, Fighting Environmental Crime at Facilities of the U.S. Departments of Energy & Defense (Santa Barbara, CA: Project for Participaatory Democracy, 1996).  Legal Suit vs Incineration of Rad/Toxic Wastes  “Area 51” as to leukemia in 27 plaintiff families, via Atomic Veterans.  Not A.U.


Unarmed Bodyguards, International Accompaniment for the Protection of Human Rights (West Hartford, CT: Kumarian, 1997), 288 pp.  A.U. Call #:  JC 571 .M3248 1997


~U.N., Final Document, International Conference on the Relationship Between Disarmament & Development (NY: U.N. General Assembly, 24 Ag – 11 Sept 1987).  Not A.U.


Underground & Alternative Press in Britain (Hassocks, near Brighton, England: Harvester Press, 1974 –), Microfilm Reels; 35 mm.  Not A.U.


T. K. N. Unnithan and Yogendra Singh, Traditions of Non-Violence (New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann India, 1973), 317 pp.  Not A.U.


Theo Van Boven, People Matter, Views on International Human Rights Policy (Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1982).  By co-creator of U.N. dialogue condemning child soldiering.  Not A.U.


Vassilis Vassilikos, Z, The Shattering Novel of Terrorism Behind Costa-Gavras’ Classic Film, trans. Marilyn Calmann (NY: Pantheon, 1968).  A-V Movie Video in Bender, Downstairs.


Llorenç Vidal, Fundamentación de una Pedagogía de la No-Violencia y la Paz (Alcoy: Marfil, 1971), 203 pp.  Not A.U.


Raghu Vira, Chinese Poems and Pictures on Ahimsaa (Nagpur: International Academy of Indian Culture, 1954), 101 pp.  Not A.U.


Donald Wagner, Anxious for Armageddon: A Call to Partnership for Middle Eastern and Western Christians (Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 1995).  Not A.U.


Roland Warren, Truth, Love and Social Change, and Other Essays (Chicago: Rand McNally, 1971), 309 pp.  Introduced notion of “mirror”-effect as conflictive perceptions projected from both sides, e.g, in the Berlin Crisis, which he mediated.   A.U. COPY: HN 90.C6 W36


S. Brian Willson; On Third World Legs, Staughton Lynd, Introduction (Chicago, IL: Charles H. Kerr, 1992), 94 pp.  U.S. (“Vietnam”) Veteran against U.S. war in Central America; despite loss of legs to freight train (carrying weapons), during “sit-down” strike.  Not A.U.


Sidney Waldman, Susan Richards, & Charles Walker, The Edgewood Arsenal & Fort Detrick [Poison Gas …] Projects: An Exchange Analysis (NARP, 1973).  Not A.U.


Charles Walker, Training for Nonviolent Action: Some History, Analysis, Reports of Surveys (NARP, 1984 [?]), 76 pp.  Not A.U.


Koshelya Walli, The Conception of Ahimsaa in Indian Thought, According to Sanskrit Sources B. R. Saksena, Foreword (Varanasi: Bharata Manisha, 1974), 219 pp.  Not A.U.


~Jim Wallis & Joyce Hollyday, eds., Crucible of Fire: The Church Confronts Apartheid, Orbis Books, Maryknoll, NY, 1989;  A.U. COPY: DT 763 .C88 1989.


War and Conscience in South Africa: The Churches and Conscientious Objection (London: Catholic Institute for International Relations, 1982).  Not A.U.


~Sharon Welch, Communities of Resistance, and Solidarity: A Feminist Theology of Liberation (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1985), A.U. COPY: BT 704.W45


Wilcock, Evelyn, Pacifism and the Jews: Studies of 20th Century Jewish Pacifists (London: Hawthorn, 1994).  Excellent overview.  Not A.U.


~Walter Wink, Violence and Nonviolence in South Africa: Jesus’ Third Way (New Society, 1987), 98 pp.  A.U. COPY:  BT 738.3 .W564.


George Woodcock, Civil Disobedience (Toronto: Canadian Broadcasting Corp., 1966), 69 pp.  Not A.U.


Winthrop Yinger, Cesar Chavez: The Rhetoric of Nonviolence (Hicksville, NY: Exposition, 1975), 143 pp.  Not A.U.


Tan Yun-Shan, Ahimsa in Sino-Indian Culture (Santiniketan, India: Sino-Indian Cultural Society of India, 1949), 22 pp.  Not A.U.


Staša Zajovic, ed., Women for Peace (Belgrade: Women in Black, 1997), pp. 246-47, 250-51, and 310-311 (of total 312 pp.).  Not A.U.


Carl Zietlow, A Reflective History of Training for Nonviolent Action in the Civil Rights and Peace Movements, 1942-1972, USA (Grand Rapids, MI: C. Zeitlow, 1977), 66 pp.  Not A.U.


~Stephen Zunes, Lester Kurtz, & Sarah Beth Asher, eds., Nonviolent Social Movements: A Geographical Perspective (Malden, MA: Blackwell, 1999), 330 pp.  A.U. COPY: HM 278 .N695 1999.


Jean Wiley Zwickel, Voices for Independence, Portraits of Notable Individuals in Support of Puerto Rican Independence (Pittsburg, CA: White Star Press, 1993); h/w tel. # 510/439-7638, Includes House Res. 218, United Nations 11 August 1987 Res.  Not A.U.




Articles, Journals ….


Robert Fisher, “Community Organizing and Citizen Participation: The Efforts of the People’s Institute in New York City, 1910-1920,” Social Service Review 51 (Sept. 1977), 475-76.  Describes early research into nonviolence led by, e.g, Scott Nearing and Roger Baldwin.


William A. Fletcher, “Atomic Bomb Testing and the Warner Amendment: A Violation of the Separation of Powers,” Washington [State University] Law Review 65/281 (1990), 285-321.  By UC-Berkley law professor, U.S. Federal Judge, San Francisco Federal District Court, and Atomic Veteran.  A.U. Law Library.


Gandhi Marg. Journal of the Gandhi Peace Foundation, 221–223 Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Marg, New Delhi 110 002, India.


International Peace Research Association Newsletter, Mahendra Kumar, ed., via International Peace Research Association (IPRA).  Not A.U.


Mira M. Kossenko, “Cancer Mortality in the Exposed Population of the Techa River Area,” [Russia Mayak Reactor] World Health Statistics Quarterly, 49/1 (1996), 17-21.  Not A.U.


Martin Luther King, Jr., “The Acceptance Speech of Martin Luther King, Jr. of the Nobel Peace Prize on December 10, 1964,” Negro History Bulletin, XXI (May, 1968), 20.


Martin Luther King, Jr., “My [Our] Trip to the Land of Gandhi,” Ebony (July 1959), 84-86.


Pitre Mergione, “The Economic Philosophy of Martin L. King, Jr.,” The Review of Black Political Economy 9 (Winter, 1979), 191 ff.


Mitsuo Miyata, “The Japanese Constitution and Nonviolent Resistance as a National Defense,” Peace Research in Japan (1972), 49-52.  Not A.U.


Abdul Aziz Said & Laura A. Barnitz, “The Dialogue Between Peace and Human Rights,” Peace Review (Winter 1990), 9-13.  Not A.U.


Patricia Shaffer and David Weissbrodt, “Conscientious Objection to Military Service as a Human Right,” Review of the International Commission of Jurists 9 (Dec. 1972).  Benchmark article, perhaps the first of its kind widely-distributed.  Not A.U.


Kiyoshi Shimizu, “An Epidemiological Study on Leukemia in Survivors Exposed to the Atomic Bomb in Childhood in Hiroshima,” Hiroshima Journal of Medical Sciences 17/3 (Sept. 1968), 123-29; Unusual as to AML etiology.  Source research/citations for children, age 0-4.  Not A.U.


Ernest J. Sternglass, “The Death of All Children,” Esquire (Sept 1969), 1a-1d; forerunner of the “nuclear winter” scenario.


Ernest Sternglass, et al., “U.S.A. Newborn Deterioration in the Nuclear Age, 1945-1996,” Paper Presented at the International Congress on the Effects of Low Dose Ionizing Radiation in Childhood and Youth, in Medicine, Industry & Environment in the Work Place,” 19-21 March 1998, (RPHP 1/8), pp. 1-21.  Sent to Instructor as Public Domain, if referenced to three original authors.  Regression 50-Year Time-Trends, by U.S. states, birth weight, and infant mortality rates.  Not A.U.


Elia Zureik, Jim Graff, & Farid Ohan, “Two Years of the Intifada: A Statistical Profile of Palestinian Victims,” Third World Quarterly 12/3-4 (1990-1991), 120-21.


Please see also the various “Bookmarks” or “Favorites” in the Syllabus (&) OnLine.





Bridge to Freedom (Alexandria, VA : PBS Video, 1986),  Julian Bond, Charles Scott, Judith Vecchione, Henry Hampton, ….  Alladin “Summary: Series that look as the history of the civil rights movement in the United States using archival footage and interviews with participants in the movement. Ten years after Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white man on a Montgomery, Alabama bus and after the Supreme Court decreed that “separate but equal” was unconstitutional, Black Americans were still fighting for equality. But millions had now joined the movement and in Selma, AL, thousands of blacks and whites came together to march fifty miles for freedom.”  A.U. A-V VHS 250


A Leap of Faith (Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, RTE, UTV, & Parallel Lines Productions, 1997), Jenifer McShane, Tricia Regan, & Toby Shimin, and, Narrator, Liam Neeson, VHS 4632.  “Summary … the ‘Irish Troubles’ as seen through the first year of a primary school in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The year is 1993 and four families in Belfast band together to create a school under the direction of educator Helen Farrimond that integrates their Catholic and Protestant children in a search for the peace that neither politics nor terrorism has achieved. Using archival sections to explain the conflict, this program integrates a history of Ireland’s “troubles” with a story of hope.”  Liam Neeson also narrates the related- Sinn Fein Movie, “Michael Collins,” and acts in Schindler’s List.  A.U. A-V: VHS 4489


Las Madres, The Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, Susana Muñoz & Lourdes Portillo, dirs. & eds. (Xochitl Films, 1990), VHS (64 min.); sd., col.; 1/2 in.  Not A.U.


Peacemakers Create A Difference (A.U.) “Summary … Following her introduction by professors Albert Mott and Abdul Said, School of International Service, Petra Kelly addresses an audience at The American University. She emphasizes the importance of peace studies in the higher education curriculum, describes such a program, and stresses the interplay of non-violence, human rights and environmental concerns with the goal of world peace. She sees arms sales, nuclear testing, militarism, and the infringement of human rights for women and others as jeopardizing the chances for peace. She advocates world citizenship and says that all people must reclaim a civil society from the state. Following her speech, she answers questions from the audience.”  A.U. A-V: VHS 102


Struggle in the Fields (Los Angeles, CA: National Latino Communications Center/NLCC Educational Media, 1996).  Henry Cisneros, Sylvia Morales, and Joan Zapata.  Aladdin “Summary: Examines the efforts of migrant farm workers to form a national labor union under the leadership of Cesar Chavez.  A.U. A-V:  VHS 4212


Z Movie, (NY: AxonVideo, 1989) (France, Algiers: Reggane Films/National Office for Commerce & Film Industry O.N.C.I.C.).  Costa-Gavras, producer; Mikis Theodorakis, music; Yves Montand, Irene Papas, Habib Reda, Clotilde Joano, Maurice Baquet, Sid Ahmed Agoumi, Allel El Mouhib, Hassan Hassani, ….  Greek “Gandhi” assassinated near Thessaloniki.  Aladdin “…Summary: A Greek pacifist leader is murdered at a rally. Despite the official police report of accidental death, a journalist’s persistant questioning leads to a full-scale investigation, revealing corruption in high places….”  A.U. A-V: VHS 941.