Prof. Jay Rothman

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Jay Rothman, PhD, was appointed Associate Professor in the Graduate Program on Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Graduate at the Bar-Ilan University in Israel In 2012. He is co-editor of The International Journal of Conflict Engagement and Resolution (IJCER). He is the author/editor of four books, including Resolving Identity-Based Conflict: in Nations, Organizations and Communities (Wiley, 1997) and, From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based Cooperation (Springer, 2012). He has published and taught extensively about Identity-Based Conflict, Creative Conflict Engagement, and Action-Evaluation.

Since 1998, Rothman has been the president of the ARIA Group, Inc. a conflict resolution training, consulting and evaluation company (www.ariagroup.com). He and his associates assist leaders, organizations, communities and individuals around the world challenged by conflict who seek to forge collaborative solutions.

He has trained, facilitated and mediated internationally for several decades, led workshops and given keynote presentations at numerous conferences and convocations in more than a dozen countries.

Rothman is currently working on a MOOC (a Massive Open Online Course) called “Peacemaking from the Inside-Out: Identity, Conflict and Cooperation through Narratives of Jerusalem.”

 

EDUCATION 

PhD in International Relations, 1989

University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland

Fellowship research conducted at

The Truman Institute for International Peace and

The Davis Institute for International Relations

at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

 

Dissertation Approved with Distinction:

"Thinking and Acting for Peace:

Applying the Problem Solving Workshop Approach

to Improving Intergroup Relations between Jews and Arabs in Israel"

 

Master of Arts in Government & Politics, 1987

University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland

 

Bachelor of Arts in Jewish and Social History, 1980

Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio

 

ACADEMIC, TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

 

BAR-ILAN UNIVERSITY, Program on Conflict Resolution and Negotiation, Associate Professor 2012-

  • First full-time professor in this 12 year old program.
  • Recipient of Three-year Kamea Senior Teaching/Research Fellowship from Israeli Government
  • Helped establish new International Journal of Conflict Engagement and Resolution, hosted by BIU Program and published by Eleven Publishers.
  • Successfully submitted 3-year grant proposal for developing MOOC (“Massive Online Open Courseware” on Identity Based Conflict and Cooperation), student scholarships, journal support and funding for international conference. 2014.
  • Launched three new courses in program – “From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based Cooperation” “Conflict Coaching” and “Intragroup Conflict and Cooperation.”
  • Conducted participatory visioning process for the program in which 60 faculty, administrators, students and alumni articulated a mission statement and an initial strategic plan for the program.

 

UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI, College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services (CECH): Cincinnati, Ohio, 2007-2011

  • Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence – Taught Advanced Seminars in conflict resolution and evaluation, including advanced interdisciplinary seminar leading to edited book (2012).
  • Consultant to Dean - Conducted year-long re-organization of college.
  • University Mediator - Office of the Provost.

FULBRIGHT SPECIALIST, Selected to Serve as Conflict Resolution/Middle East Peace Specialist for Fulbright as requested by Universities abroad,  2010- 2015 

 

FULBRIGHT RESEARCH AND TEACHING FELLOW, Jezreel Valley College, Israel, 2006-2007.

  • Taught conflict resolution courses and provided guidance at the Action Research Center at a college serving many first-generation students (both Jews and Arabs).
  • Served as advisor on minority affairs to Israeli Prime Minister’s National Security Council.
  • Delivered educational programs on conflict resolution and collaborative evaluation processes throughout Israel and was invited to speak in Cyprus as well as Washington DC by the Fulbright Association.
  • Provided keynote address at two conferences and facilitated several training workshops.
  • Conducted research on minority-majority relations in Israel.

 

ANTIOCH UNIVERSITY, Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence and Associate Professor, Masters of Arts in Conflict Resolution, 1998-2002.

  • Helped to re-bulld a failing conflict resolution program.
  • Conducted research on Evaluation and Conflict Resolution with continuing research funding from the Flora and William Hewlett Foundation, to continue developing,  testing and implementing "Action Evaluation," a unique, action research based evaluation and program development tool.
  • Continued building the Action Evaluation Research Institute.
  • Held month-long internet-based symposium convening international researchers in the area of Action Research and Evaluation in Conflict Resolution.
  • Taught courses and seminars in International Negotiation, Mediation, Facilitation, Group Process and Evaluation.

 

HAVERFORD AND BRYN MAWR COLLEGES, Director, Peace & Conflict Studies Program, 1991-1998.

  • Re-energized and led program.
  • Delivered full load of undergraduate courses. Advised students. Organized symposia.
  • Generated research funding, securing $350K from the Pew Charitable Trusts and $150k from the Flora and William Hewlett Foundation to undertake research and development about Conflict Resolution and Evaluation.
  • Established Conflict Resolution Certificate Program at the Bryn Mawr School of Social Work.
  • Established the Action Evaluation Research Institute.
  • Invited to the Clinton White House to witness the signing of the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Agreement in recognition of contributions to foster dialogue.
  • Garnered notice for peace promotion efforts, from national media outlets including the Philadelphia Inquirer, Jerusalem Post, San Francisco Inquirer, Christian Science Monitor,  and National Public Radio.

HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM, 1989-1995 

  • Founder and Director of Conflict Resolution Programs with focus on Conflict and Identity (including "The "Project on Pre-negotiation," "The Jerusalem Peace Initiative," and "The Project on Managing Political Disputes,") at the Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
  • Generate program funding, securing 500k from The United States Institute for Peace, the MacArthur Foundation and The Adenauer Foundation.
  • Ran conferences, trained diplomats, community leaders and activists, facilitated Israeli-Palestinian dialogue and problem solving workshops,  published articles, monographs and a book.
  • Led Wallenberg Program in Human Rights.
  • Taught in Rothberg School for Overseas Students.

 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

THE ARIA GROUP, INC., Yellow Springs, Ohio, 1999-2012, Founder & President

  • Provide an action-research framework through which public and private sector clients can find their own creative solutions to complex conflicts, discover common ground and collaboratively envision shared futures.
  • Work closely with clients to fully understand the scale of the challenge of social and organizational conflicts and facilitate and mediate productive conflict resolution sessions.
  • Evaluate programs and organizational design, recommending creative methods to significantly improve performance.
  • Serve as an executive coach.
  • Manage project teams and all facets of the enterprise.

 

THE ACTION EVALUATION RESEARCH INSTITUTE, 1991 - 2002, Founder and Academic Director

  • Developed methodology for supporting systematic evaluation of Conflict Resolution, Community and Organizational Development called Action Evaluation.
  • Secured grant-support and contracts for over $3 million (from Pew Charitable Trusts, The Hewlett Foundation, The Andrus Family Fund, The German Academic Association, OSCE, and dozens of clients).

 

SPECIAL MASTER TO US FEDERAL JUDGE, 2001-2002

  • Appointed Mediator to help resolve conflicts that led to riots between Police and Minority Communities in Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Successful outcomes hailed as "National Model" by Federal Judge and US Attorney General.

Curricula

“The Collaborative Change Approach to Social Change.” The Andrus Family Fund, NY. 2005.

“Making Conflict Work” (leadership development training). The Strategic Management Group, Philadelphia, Pa., 1998.

“Organizational Conflict Management: A Course for Managers.” United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, D.C., 1986.

Educational Films

Produced training film for Andrus Foundation on the “Collaborative Change Approach,” 2005.

With Flinker, Ohad  CD Archive on The Cincinnati Police-Community Relations Collaborative New York, The Andrus Family Fund, 2003.

Assisted Search for Common Ground Productions, in “Assessment of Cincinnati Collaboration”    and “Words for Peace.” 2001.

Assisted in production of training film: “Conflict Management in the Board Room,” Strategic   Management Group, 1998.

Featured in and assisted BBC/Open University film crew, “Driving While Black.” 2002.

Scripted and produced training film, “From Confrontation to Cooperation: Resolving Conflicts  between Jews and Arabs in Israel,” 1993.

 

PRESENTATIONS

“Between Pragmatic and Transformative Mediation -  A Synthesis” at Conference on Mediation sponsored by Bar Ilan Univeristy, Law School. June, 2, 2014.

 “Promoting Intra-national Dialogue and Internal Mediation to Overcome Resistance to Change within Societies in Conflict. The Cases of Israel-Palestine and the Middle-East“ at  conference on The Transformation of Intractable Conflicts: Perspectives and Challenges for Interactive Problem Solving. Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, March 27, 2014.

Invited Judge at International Conciliation Court Moot Mediation Competition, Paris, France, February, 8-10, 2013.

Visiting lecturer and workshop presenter on “Identity-Based Conflict in Ethnically Divided Societies” at International School of Communication, Blanquerna University, Barcelona, Spain, February 10-14, 2013.

Co-Chair, International Conference, “Success and Failure in Conflict Engagement.” Program on Conflict Management, Resolution and Negotiation, Bar Ilan University. Presenter at opening plenary session, “What is Success and Failure? Defining the Field of Play.” April, 2013. http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXF_IJaFk-9AV9zo4rHcJn2Jj_ntVU8Td

Presenter, "Identity-Based Conflict and Negotiation," Histalmute for Judges, Lawyers and Mediators, Bar Ilan University Lawschool, June 3, 2013

Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence (two weeks) presenting public Lecture (“From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based Cooperation”), a two-day workshop (“Skills and Methods in Identity-Based Conflict Engagement”) and five day academic course (40 hours), “On Identity-Based Conflict and Cooperation.” Menno-Simons/University of Winnipeg, Canada. June 17-28, 2013. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzDrm-LLG6s&noredirect=1

Participant in International Dispute Systems Design Lab, sponsored by the Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict and Complexity (AC4), The Earth Institute at Columbia University, USA, July, 7-12, 2013.

Presented paper, “Individuals, Groups and Intergroups: Theorizing about Identity in Conflict and Its Creative Engagement,” at Works in Progress Conference, Sponsored by the Ohio State University Law School Journal on Alternative Dispute Resolution. Columbus, Ohio, USA. November 9-11, 2012.

Chair of panel  “From Theory to Regulation of Alternative Practices in Legal Systems: Alternative Dispute Resolution” at The Academic College, Ramat Gan, December 19, 2012

Workshop: "Thinking about Success and Failure in Community Based Mediation - Emphasizing Identity-Based Conflict" at Annual Conference of Israeli Mediation Association (Gishurim), Maaleh Ha-Hamisha, Israel, November 21, 2012

Presentation: to students and faculty: "Conflict and its Creative Engagement in Theory and Practice." University of Hamburg, Germany, July, 10, 2012,

Paper: "From Intragroup Pre-Negotiation to Intergroup Peace" Presented at Panel: "Transforming Identities: Methods and Processes for Conflict Transformation" International Political Science Association (IPSA) XXIInd World Congress, Madrid, Spain July 2012

Paper: "Toward a Theory-Practice Contingency Model of Conflict Engagement."  Presented at Bar-Ilan Program on Conflict Management and Negotiation, May 14, 2012

Paper: "Towards a Grand Theory of Conflict Engagement: A Contingency Model in Theory and Practice," Prepared for Conference "Practice in the Academy - Academic Settings: Prospect and Problems" School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, April, 20-21, 2012.

 

Peer Reviews and Book Reviews (highlighted publications since arrival at BIU)

Israel Studies Journal, book review (“Democracy and Conflict Resolution – The Dilemmas of Israel’s Peacemaking”), June, 2014.

The Journal of Peace Research, fall 2014.

The Action Research Journal, fall, 2013.

The International Journal of Conflict Engagement and Resolution, 2013-present.

Recent Keynote Lectures

“From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based Cooperation” Menno-Simons/University of Winnipeg, Canada. June 20, 2013

"Why, What and How: Conflict and its Creative Engagement," at the Annual Conference of Israel Mediation Association, 2011

"The Power of Why in Domestic and International Conflict Resolution," at the Annual Conference of Mediators Beyond Borders, Los Angeles. USA. 2010

"Reflexivity and Resolution - From Conflict to Cooperation," at the University of Hamburg Summer University, Hamburg, Germany. 2009

"Peacemaking at Home and Abroad," at the Annual Summer Symposium of the International Institute for Transformative Conflict Resolution, Bern, Switzerland, 2008

"The Art and Science of Peacemaking," Annual Conference of the German Mediation Association, University of Hamburg, Germany.

"Action Evaluation and Conflict Resolution," at Israeli Evaluation Association Conference, Ben Gurion University, Israel. 2006.

Evaluation and Peacemaking, at the Action Research Center, Jezreel Valley College, Emek Hefer, Israel, 2004.

Lectures and Workshops in Academic and Public Institutions in North America

Antioch College, Bowling Green University, Colgate College, Depauw University, Harvard University, Ohio State University, Rutgers University, Swarthmore College, Syracuse University, U.S. Air-War College, United States Institute of Peace, University of California at Irvine, University of Cincinnati, University of Dayton, University of Denver, University of Pittsburgh, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Villanova University, Wayne State University, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Wright State University

Lectures and Workshops in Academic and Public Institutions Abroad

Romania: The Project on Ethnic Relations; Government Ministry on Ethnic Minorities (2007). Cyprus: University of Cyprus Program on International Relations (2006) Germany: The Daimler-Benz Kolleg for Organization Learning; The 4000 Facilitators Project; German Mediation Association;  University of Hamburg Mediation Program (1993, 1994, 2005, 2006) Israel: The Hebrew University, Tel Aviv University, Jezreel Valley College, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, The Arava Institute (1995, 1997, 2005, 2006) Caucauses Region of the Former Soviet Union: International Alert (1998) Bulgaria: Conflict Resolution Center (1997) The Netherlands: The Clingendael Institute for International Relations (1995) England: The Young Presidents Organization (1993) Japan: Kyoto University (1992) Sri Lanka: The Institute for Ethnic Studies and Conflict Management (1985)

 

Community Reconciliation and Conflict Resolution Evaluations

2000-2007 – Conducted or supervised 25 Action Evaluation projects for the Andrus Family Fund (in community reconciliation projects in the US).

1998 – Conducted Action Evaluation of the Cyprus Peace Initiative, US-AID.

1996 – Assessment of conflict resolution programs for McKnight Foundation

1994 – Assessment of conflict resolution programs for Pew Charitable Trusts

 

Organizer of Conferences and Workshops

2013: Success and Failure in International Conflict Engagement” – at Program on Conflict Management, Resolution and Negotiation, Bar Ilan University.

2011: "Identity-Based Conflict and Cooperation" - at The College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services, University of Cincinnati

2009: "Identity and Conflict" - at the Association for Conflict Resolution, Chicago, Ill.

2002: "From Riots to Resolution -  Cincinnati Police-Community Relations Collaborative - at the Association for Conflict Resolution, Atlanta, Ga.

2000: “Action Evaluation in Theory and Practice” – The Action Evaluation Research Institute Yellow Springs and the Andrus Family Fund, New York.

1996: “Roundtable on Conflict Resolution and Evaluation” - The European Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution, Spain.

1995: “Conflict Resolution and Education for Democracy,” The Adam Institute for Democracy and Conflict Resolution, Jerusalem, Israel.

1994: “Evaluating Evaluation in Ethnic Conflict Resolution,” Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges

1993: “The Role of Track Two Diplomacy in Jerusalem Peacemaking,” Project on Conflict Resolution, Hebrew University.

1992:  “Pre-negotiation: Theory and Cases, “ Program on Negotiation, Harvard University.

1991: “Practicing Conflict Resolution in Divided Societies - Methods and Cases,” Project on Conflict Resolution, Hebrew University.

 

Workshops Presented

For Mediators in Israel and in the U.S. "Master-Class for Mediators." 2010, 2012.
For students and professionals in the US and Abroad – dozens of training workshops in Identity-based conflict resolution and in Action Evaluation, 1997-2010

For Lawyers and mediators, Identity Issues in Family Conflict, Center for Principled Family Advocacy, Cleveland, Ohio, 2005

For ANC leaders preparing for service in South African Foreign Ministry, Clingendael Institute for Foreign Affairs, The Hague, March, 1993 and 1994.

For Israeli and Palestinian professionals in Jerusalem, sponsored by the Project on Managing Political Disputes, Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, summer, 1993.

For educators from Greek and Turkish Cypriots, sponsored by the Canadian Institute for International Affairs, June 1993.

For International diplomats and scholars, sponsored by the United States Institute for Peace, Washington, D.C., June 1993.

For community leaders from the Northern Caucasus, the former Soviet Union, Sponsored by International Alert, Nalchik, November, 1993.

For Catholic and Protestant leaders in interparty talks from Northern Ireland, sponsored by the Young President’s Organization, London, February, 1992.

For International diplomats serving in Israel, extended sponsored by the Project on Pre-Negotiation, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1991.

 

 

Publications

Jay Rothman’s Publications

 

Books and Journals

Co-Editor and Co-Founder with Michal Alberstein of new International Journal on Conflict Engagement and Resolution, “Taking Stock of the Field: Past, Present and Future” Vol 1, #1; July, 2013. “Taking Stock: Part Two”, Vol. 1, #2, December, 2013, and “Success and Failure” Vol. 2, #1, June, 2014; Co-author of introductory chapters for each issue.

Editor and Author, From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based Cooperation. New York: Springer Publications, 2012.

 

With Marc Ross (eds.) Theory and Practice in Ethnic Conflict Management: Conceptualizing Success and Failure, London: Macmillan Press, 1999.

Resolving Identity-Based Conflicts in Nations, Organizations and Communities, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1997.

From Confrontation to Cooperation: Resolving Ethnic and Regional Conflict, Newbury Park, Ca.: Sage Publications, 1992.

Special Issue Editor on “Pre-Negotiation in Theory and Practice” of The Jerusalem Journal of International Relations, Vol 13, #1, March 1991.

Academic Articles (*denotes peer reviewed)

 *“Contingency Approach to Creative Conflict Engagement ” Peace and Conflict Studies Journal, Vol. 21, No. 2, Fall, 2014.

 

*“The Reflexive Mediator,” Negotiation Journal, fall, 2014.

 

*“Reflexively Teaching and Learning about Peace and Conflict” Conflict Resolution Quarterly,  Fall,  2014.

 

*“From Intragroup Conflict to Intergroup Cooperation,” Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change,  Fall, 2014.

*“Reflexivity and the State of Success and Failure in our Field “ International Journal of Conflict Engagement and Resolution, Vol. 2, Issue #1, June, 2014.

*With Michal Alberstein,"Individuals, Groups and Intergroups: Understanding The Role of Identity in Conflict and its Creative Engagement." the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, Vol 28:3 2013.

 

*“Identity and Conflict: Collaboratively Addressing Police-Community Conflict in Cincinnati, Ohio,” Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution Vol. 22:1 2006

 

*With Friedman, Victor and Withers, Bill, “The Power of Why: Engaging the Goal Paradox in Program Evaluation” American Journal of Evaluation, 1-18 Vol. 27 No. 2, June 2006.

*With Land, Randi,  “Cincinnati Police-Community Relations Collaborative.”  Criminal Justice. 35-42. Vol. 18 No. 4, Winter 2004.

*With Olson, M. “From Interests to Identities: Towards a New Emphasis in Interactive Conflict Resolution.” Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 38, #3, May 2001.

*With Land, Randi, and Schwoebel, Mary-Hope “Creative Marginality: Exploring the Links between Conflict Resolution and Social Work,” Peace and Conflict Studies Journal, 8:1, May 2001.

“The ARIA Approach to Conflict Engagement,” The Systems Thinker, Vol. 11, #10, 2000.

“Technology and the Action Evaluation Research Initiative” ADR online Monthly, March, 1998.

*“Action Evaluation and Conflict Resolution in Theory and Practice”, Mediation Quarterly, 15: 2,  Winter, 1997.

*“Action Evaluation and Conflict Resolution Training: Theory, Method and Case Study,” International Negotiation, 2:451-470, 1997.

*“Reflexive Dialogue as Transformation.” Mediation Quarterly, 13, #4, 1996.

With Klein, Gary, “The Role of Pre-Negotiation in Addressing ‘Intransigent Conflicts,’” The International Journal of Group Tensions, 23:3, 1993.

“The Human Dimension in Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations,” The Jerusalem Journal of International Relations, Vol. 14, #3, Sept. 1992.

*“Conflict Research and Resolution: Cyprus,” The Annals, vol. 518, 1991

“Negotiation as Consolidation: Pre-negotiation in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.” The Jerusalem Journal of International Relations, Vol. 13,  #1, March, 1991.

“The Art and Science of Getting to the Table.” The Jerusalem Journal of International Relations, Vol. 13,  #1, March, 1991. Vol. 13,  #1, March, 1991.

“A Pre-Negotiation Model: Theory and Training” Policy Studies, #40. The Leonard David Institute for International Relations, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

*“Supplementing Tradition: A Theoretical and Practical Typology for International Conflict Management," Negotiation Journal, July 1989.

“Developing Pre-Negotiation Theory and Practice” Policy Studies, #46, The Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations, Hebrew University,  Jerusalem, 1989.

Book Chapters

 

“The ARIA Approach in Theory and Practice.” (forthcoming, 2015) In Ramsbotham, O. and Woodhouse. T. (Eds) Conflict Resolution Reader. Polity Press, New York.

 

With Victor Friedman (2014). “Action Evaluation: A Method for the Participative Definition, Monitoring, and Assessment of Success in Social Innovation and Conflict Engagement.” In Handbook on Action Research, Sage Publications.

 

"Conflict Management and Action Research" (2014). In Coghlan, D. & Brydon-Miller, M. Encyclopedia of Action Research.  London: SAGE

 

"Action Evaluation," (2014).  In Coghlan, D. & Brydon-Miller, M. Encyclopedia of Action Research.  London: SAGE

 

"Engaging the Painful Past and Forging a Promising Future" In Rothman, J. (ed.). Editor and Author, From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based  Cooperation. New York: Springer Publications, 2012.

 

“Action Evaluation in Theory and Practice.”  In Rothman, J. (ed.). Editor and Author, From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based  Cooperation. New York: Springer Publications, 2012.

 

With Chrobot-Mason, “Intrapersonal and Interpersonal ARIA Process.” In Rothman, J. (ed.). Editor and Author, From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based  Cooperation. New York: Springer Publications, 2012.

 

With Miller, S. Ciaravolo, C., Haney, S. “Embedding Action Evaluation in an Interfaith Program for Youth.” In Rothman, J. (ed.). Editor and Author, From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based  Cooperation. New York: Springer Publications, 2012.

 

With Friedman, V and Withers, B. "The Power of Why" Editor and Author, From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based  Cooperation. New York: Springer Publications, 2012.

 

"Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Identity-Based Conflict Resolution - the ARIA Process" Editor and Author, From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based  Cooperation. New York: Springer Publications, 2012.

 

“The ARIA Approach to Creative Conflict Engagement,“ The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology, Malden: Ma.: Wiley-Blackwell Press, 2012

"The Insides of Intragroup Prenegotiation." In Zartman, B., et al, (eds). The Slippery Slope: Negotiating Identity and Preventing Genocide, Oxford University Press, 2011

Friedman, V.,  Friedman, N, Rothman, J.,  Elal-Anglert, P., Birnbaum, S., "Action Research/C3 in Israel"  In Leon-Rozlim, M, and Suya R. (eds.), Types of Action Research, University of Ben Gurion Press, Beer Sheva, Israel (in Hebrew), 2010.

With Eck, John, “Police Community Conflict and Crime Prevention in Cincinnati, Ohio:  The Collaborative Agreement.” in Bailey, John (ed.), Public Security and Police Reform in the Americas, University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006.

“Action Evaluation” in Austin A., Fischer, M. and Wilson, O, (eds.). Peace and Conflict Impact  Assessment Critical Views on Theory and Practice  Berghof Dialogue Series, 2003.

With Friedman, F., “Action Evaluation for Conflict Management Organizations and Projects.” In Davies, J. and Kaufman, E., Second Track/Citizen’s Diplomacy: Concepts and Techniques  for Conflict Transformation, New York: Rowan and Littlefield Pub., 2002

With Soderquist, C. (2002). “From Riots to Resolution: Engaging Conflict for Reconciliation,” The Systems Thinker, Pegasus Communications, The Systems Thinker.

“Resolving Identity-Based Conflict in Organizations: A Strategy for Organizational Learning,” in Dierkes, M. (ed.) Handbook of Organizational Learning, Oxford University Press, 2001.

 “Articulating Goals and Monitoring Progress in a Cyprus Conflict Resolution Training Workshop.” In Ross, Marc and Rothman, Jay (eds.) Theory and Practice in Ethnic Conflict Management: Conceptualizing Success and Failure, London: Macmillan Press, 1999.

“Integrating Evaluation into the Intervention Process.” Ross, Marc and Rothman, Jay (eds.) Theory and Practice in Ethnic Conflict Management: Conceptualizing Success and Failure, London: Macmillan Press, 1999.

“Dialogue in Conflict: Past and Future,” in Weiner, E. (ed.) The Handbook of Interethnic Coexistence, New York: Continuum Press, 1998.

 

With Lowi, Miriam, “Arabs and Israelis: The Jordan River.” In Faure, G., and Rubin, J. (eds). Culture and Negotiation, Newbury Park, Ca.: Sage Publications, 1993.

“Bringing Conflict Resolution to Israel: Model Building, Training and Institutionalization.” In Rothman, Jay (ed). Practicing Conflict Resolution in Divided Societies Policy Studies Monograph #46, Leonard David Institute for International Relations, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1992.

Monographs

Improving Police-Community Relations in Cincinnati: A Collaborative Approach. Andrus Family Fund, 2003.

The Jerusalem Peace Initiative, Project on Managing Political Disputes, The Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations, Hebrew University,  Jerusalem, 1994.

Practicing Conflict Resolution in Divided Societies, Policy Studies, #46, The Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations, Hebrew University,  Jerusalem, 1992.

Guest Editor, Special Issue on Pre-Negotiation, The Jerusalem Journal of International Relations, Vol. 13, #1, 1991.

A Guide to Arab-Jewish Peacemaking Efforts in Israel, The New Israel Fund, 1984 and 1988.

Courses

From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based Cooperation (Summer Program format - 8 classes)

Research

Identity

Identity   --  Identity-based conflict, intragroup pre-negotiation, dialogue, empathy, reflexive praxis, Jerusalem, Israel-Palestinian negotiations and track two diplomacy