Over the past twelve months, our student team has developed The Visualising Peace Library, an online database of bibliographic references designed to promote cross-disciplinary conversations about peace and peace-building. 

The Visualising Peace Library has two core aims. Firstly, it represents a footprint for our various research projects – in particular, our Museum of Peace and a series of reports, blogs, short firms and interactive tools published on our project website. Secondly, it is designed not just to reflect the research that we have been doing but also to stimulate and expand future research. In bringing together a wide range of publications, from different disciplines and sectors, we aim to stretch (not reinforce) habits of studying, learning and thinking about peace.

We are building a growing portfolio of blogs and presentations to complement the resources we have gathered together in the Visualising Peace Library. Students from different disciplines have taken time to highlight particular items or connections and contrasts between items which have struck them as offering fresh insights into peace or peace-building. We hope that you find these stimulating, as you explore the wider Library.

You can browse the resources we have gathered together via the Library button below, or click on Learning Journeys to be guided through some of our resources by members of the Visualising Peace team.

Sadembouo, Etienne, Tadadjeu, Maurice. “The role of language in the process of constructing, preserving and reinforcing peace in Africa.” In Language policy and the promotion of peace, edited by Neville Edward Alexander, Arnulf con Scheliha, 47-58. University of South Africa, 2014.

This chapter discusses the role of language and its relationship to peacebuilding, peacekeeping and consolidating peace in Africa. Specifically, the chapter looks at Cameroon’s language policies and the…

Garry, John, Paul Gillespie, Brendan O’Leary. “What people in the Republic actually think about Irish unification: Preference for a five-to-ten-year timeframe for a vote on a clear model for unity.” The Irish Times. September 23, 2021. https://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/what-people-in-the-republic-actually-think-about-irish-unification-1.4681111 (accessed 18 March, 2023).

This article published in an online edition of national newspaper The Irish Times describes a survey of attitudes towards the unification of Northern Ireland and the Republic of…

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