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The Peacemakers: Leadership Lessons From Twentieth-Century Statesmanship                             by Bruce W. Jentleson

What lessons can be drawn from the words and actions of leaders in their quest to make the world a fairer and more peaceful place? Peacemaking is hard, so how did these leaders do it? Jentleson goes through who these leaders were, why they made the choices they made, how they pursued their goals, and what they were (and weren't) able to achieve.


Seeking Peace by Mary Bray Pipher

In this thoughtful and inspiring memoir, Pipher explores her personal search for understanding, tranquility, and respect through her work as a psychologist and seeker.


           Peace              by Ken Kolsbun

The surprising story of the peace sign in words and pictures, from its origins in the nuclear disarmament efforts, to its adoption by the antiwar movement, and relevance today.


       War on Peace       by Ronan Farrow

From experience as a State Department official, Farrow looks at some of the last standard bearers of traditional statecraft, in his case of our endangered diplomacy.


Socrates' Cafe: What is Moral Consciousness?

Nov. 7 @ 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

What is moral consciousness?Is it a personal intutition, a neurological output of the brain, or perhaps a religious doctrine? Join University of Akron professor Howard Ducharme for a lively discussion!