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The University of Maine's Peace and Reconciliation Studies (formerly known as Peace Studies) was established in the 1987/1988 academic year, with an interdisciplinary, global perspective with the goal to infuse concerns for peace into the campus community and beyond. The program is currently a part of the College of Education and Human Development having formerly been in the Division of Lifelong Learning. The program provided training in conflict resolution, campus mediation, maintained a lending library, and organized Peace Week events and special events on campus.
The record series Digital Photographs of Peace Studies Posters contains photograph images of posters promoting Peace Week events at the University of Maine and other special events organized by the Peace Studies Program. The photographs were taken by University Archivist Matthew Revitt in Hugh Curran's office.
Education, Religion and Philosophy
Peace and Conflict Studies | Political Science
Size of Collection
1 half-size box
Dates of Collection
UA RG 0006.005.012
Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine, "Peace and Reconciliation Studies (University of Maine) Records, 1987-2013" (2022). Finding Aids. Number 526.