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"Peacemaking" or "peacebuilding" are best used as a methodological lens through which academics and practitioners can integrate key principles of peacemaking into their work, teaching, and research.
Developing solutions to pressing issues by looking at the intersections of traditional disciplines with a peacemaking lens leads to the development of more stable and resilient communities and societies.
While the areas listed in the graphic represent the most common peace research areas, this list is not all-encompassing. Your research and contributions can help to develop new and emerging peace research areas.
Text and graphic adapted from Peacebuilding 2.0: Mapping the Boundaries of an Expanding Field by the Alliance for Peacebuilding.
The Center for Peacemaking identified the following research areas as priorities for advancing peacemaking scholarship at Marquette: