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Herbert C. Kelman
Richard Clarke Cabot Professor of Social Ethics, Emeritus, Harvard University
William James Hall, Rm. 1304, 33 Kirkland St., Cambridge, Mass., 02138 firstname.lastname@example.org
In the News
Building a sustainable peace: The limits of pragmatism in the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations
. Journal of Palestine Studies. 1998;28(1):36-50.
Israel in transition from Zionism to post-Zionism
. In: In G. Ben-Dor (Ed.), Israel in transition. Vol. 555. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage; 1998. p. 46-61.
The place of ethnic identity in the development of personal identity: A challenge for the Jewish family
. In: In P.Y. Medding (Ed.), Coping with life and death: Jewish families in the twentieth century. Vol. XIV. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press; 1998. p. 3-26.
Social-psychological contributions to peacemaking and peacebuilding in the Middle East
. Applied Psychology: An International Review. 1998;47(1).
Group processes in the resolution of international conflicts: Experiences from the Israeli-Palestinian case
. American Psychologist. 1997;52:212-220.
Nationalism, patriotism, and national identity: Social-psychological dimensions
. In: In D. Bar-Tal & E. Staub (Eds.), Patriotism in the life of individuals and nations. Chicago: Nelson-Hall; 1997. p. 165-189.
Negotiating national identity and self-determination in ethnic conflicts: The choice between pluralism and ethnic cleansing
. Negotiation Journal. 1997;13(4):327-340.
Some determinants of the Oslo breakthrough
. International Negotiation. 1997;2(2):183-194.
Negotiation as interactive problem solving
. International Negotiation: A Journal of Theory and Practice. 1996;1(1):99-123.
Contributions of an unofficial conflict resolution effort to the Israeli-Palestinian breakthrough
. Negotiation Journal. 1995;11:19-27.
Coalitions across conflict lines: The interplay of conflicts within and between the Israeli and Palestinian communities
. In: In S. Worchel & J. Simpson (Eds.), Conflict between people and groups. Chicago: Nelson-Hall; 1993. p. 236-258.
The social context of torture: Policy process and authority structure
. In: In R.D. Crelinsten & A.P. Schmid (Eds.), The politics of pain: Torturers and their masters. Leiden, The Netherlands: COMT, University of Leiden; 1993. p. 21-38.
A behavioral science perspective on the study of war and peace
. In: In R. Jessor (Ed.), Perspectives on behavioral science: The Colorado lectures. Boulder, CO: Westview Press; 1991. p. 245-275.
The political psychology of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: How can we overcome the barriers to a negotiated solution?
. Political Psychology. 1987;8(3):347-363.
Conversations with Arafat: A social-pscyhological assessment of the propects for Israeli-Palestinian peace
. American Psychologist. 1983;38:203-216.
Ethical issues in different social science methods
. In: In T.L. Beauchamp, R.R. Faden, R.J. Wallace, Jr., & L. Walters (Eds.), Ethical issues in social science research. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press; 1982. p. 40-98.
Reflections on the history and status of peace research
. Conflict Management and Peace Science. 1981;5(2):95-110.
Reflections on history and status of peace research_1981.pdf
The role of action in attitude change
. In: In H.E. Howe, Jr., & M.M. Page (Eds.), Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, 1979: Attitudes, values, and beliefs . Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press; 1980. p. 117-194.
Israelis and Palestinians: Psychological prerequisites for mutual acceptance
. International Security. 1978;3(1):162-186.
The conditions, criteria, and dialectics of human dignity: A transnational perspective
. International Studies Quarterly. 1977;21:529-552.
Social psychology and the study of peace: Personal reflections
A one-country / two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Looking back at my work on conflict resolution in the Middle East
Interactive problem solving: Changing political culture in the pursuit of conflict resolution
Pioneers in U.S. Peace Psychology: Herbert C. Kelman
Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation: A Social-Psychological Perspective on Ending Violent Conflict Between Identity Groups