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GLOBAL ISSUES IN LANGUAGE
EDUCATION NEWSLETTER
June 1995 - Issue No. #19

Peace Education Bibliography

PEACE ISSUES

Barnaby, F. (Ed.) (1988) The Gaia Peace Atlas. London: Gaia Books.

Felder, D. (1991) How to Work for Peace. Tallahassee, Florida: Florida A&M University Press.

Kidron, M. & Smith, D. (1991) The New State of War and Peace Atlas. London: Grafton Books.

Keen, S. (1991) Faces of the Enemy. San Francisco: Harper Collins.

Stoessinger, D. (1985/1987) Why Nations Go To War. New York: MacMillan.

Wollman, N (Ed.) (1985) Working for Peace. San Luis Obispo, CA: Impact Publishers.

PEACE EDUCATION

Hicks, D. (1988) Education for Peace. London: Routledge.

Reardon, B. (1988) Comprehensive Peace Education. NY: Teachers College Press.

Reardon, B. (1988) Educating for Global Responsibility. NY: Teachers College Press.

PEACE EDUCATION TEACHING RESOURCES

Drew, N. (1987) Learning the Skills of Peacemaking. Rolling Hills Estates, CA: Jalmar Press.

Kreidler, W. (1990) Elementary Perspectives I: Teaching Concepts of Peace and Conflict. Cambridge, MA: Educators for Social Responsibility.

Kreidler, W. (1984) Creative Conflict Resolution: 200 Activities for Keeping Peace in the Classroom. Glenview, Illinois: Scott Foresman.

Leeds, C. (1987) Peace and War: A First Sourcebook. Cheltenham, UK: Stanley Thornes.

Richardson, R. (1977) World in Conflict. Surrey, UK: Nelson.

Schmidt, F. & Friedman, A. (1985) Creative Conflict Solving for Kids. Miami, Florida: Peace Education Foundation.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEXTBOOKS ON PEACE EDUCATION THEMES

Akhavan-Majid, R. (1992) Peace for Our Planet. Tokyo: Kinseido.

Briggs, R. / Strange D. (1992) When The Wind Blows. London: Penguin.

Brooks, E. & Fox, L. (1994) Making Peace. New York: St. Martins Press.

Byrne, D. (1984) Mahatma Gandhi - The Man and His Message. London: Modern English Publications.

Jacoby M. & Marshall, G. (1988) Messages for Peace. Tokyo: Kirihara Shoten.

Sorkhabi, R. & Gillis, A. (1992) A Peaceful Earth for All. Tokyo: Yamaguchi Shoten.

SELECTED ARTICLES ON PEACE EDUCATION IN LANGUAGE TEACHING

Birch, B. (1992) "ESL Peaceteachers" TESOL Matters 2 (3) June/July 1992, USA.

de Matos, F. (1988) "Peace and Language Learning" TESOL Newsletter, 22 (4) Aug. 1988.

Freudenstein, R. (1993) "Peace Education in the English Language Classroom" Global Issues in Language Education Newsletter. No. 11. July 1993. Tottori, Japan.

Ghaith, F. & Shaaban, K. (1994)"Peace Education in the ESL Classroom". TESL Reporter, Vol 27/2 Oct 94.

Larson, D. (Ed.) (1994) "All the Rest is Peanuts: Peace Education and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages". Idiom, 23 (4) Winter 93/94, New York State TESOL.

Mitina, V. (1990) "Peace Education in English Teaching in the Soviet Union". TESOL Newsletter, Dec 1990.

Raasch, A. (Ed) (1991). Peace through Language Teaching. Germany: UNESCO / Saarbrucken University.

Raasch, A. (Ed) (1993). Language Teaching in a World Without Peace. Germany: Saarbrucken University.

UNESCO. (1987) LINGUAPAX Kiev Declaration: Content and Methods that could Contribute in the Teaching of Foreign Languages and Literature to International Understanding and Peace.

Wenden, A. (1992) "Peace Education - What and Why?" TESOL Matters, 2 (1) Feb/Mar 1992.

LANGUAGE TEACHERS INVOLVED WITH PEACE EDUCATION (a small selection)

Barbara Birch, Dept. of Linguistics, California State University, Fresno CA 93740-0092, USA.

Francisco Gomes de Matos, Rua Setubal 860-B ap. 604, Boa Viagem 510-23 Recife BRASIL.

Darlene Larson, New York University (ALI), 48 Cooper Sq. Rm 200, New York 10003-7154 USA.

Esther Lucas, 13 David Marcus St., Herzliya-Pituah, 46682 ISRAEL.

Albert Raasch, Saarland University, Fachrichtung Romanistik 8.2, D-6600 Saarbrucken, GERMANY.

Christopher Renner, Via Papadeola, 2, I-85046 Maratea (PZ), ITALY.

Anita Wenden, 97-37 63rd Road 15E, Forest Hills North, New York 11374, USA.

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