About This Guide
Welcome to your one-stop guide for Peace Studies! This guide is intended to connect Chapman University students, faculty, and staff with a variety of resources useful for conducting Peace Studies research. The tabs near the top of the screen can help you locate the type of specific resources necessary for your research:
Useful for finding peer-reviewed articles, case studies, news articles, conference proceedings, dissertations, book reviews, and more.
Links to web sites for assocations, organizations, and other resources related to Peace Studies. To recommend a site be added, please contact Wenling Tseng.
A listing of print and online reference sources (e.g., encyclopedias, statistical sources)
Find out what new Peace Studies books and other resources are available through Leatherby Libraries.
"The purpose of human life is to serve and to
show compassion and the will to help others."
Explore the Leatherby Libraries' Archival Collections
The Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections & Archives is the principle repository for the preservation of the Leatherby Libraries’ rare and unique collections including the United Press International Photographs (UPI) collection. These photographs capture historical moments from the 1960s-70s and are arranged into the following categories: Arab-Israeli Conflict (1969-1975), African American Experience, the Nixon Presidency, the Vietnam War, Charles Lindbergh, Gerald R. Ford, Henry Kissinger, Jimmy Carter, Pollution, and miscellaneous files such as sports and entertainment personalities of the time. You can examine the history through the lens of photographers!
Visit the Library on the fourth floor of Leatherby Libraries to access the UPI collection! A small representation of photographs from each collection are available for viewing as digital images at http://cdm15046.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ (scroll down to locate the UPI collection of your interest).