Selected Publications

Kelman HC. How to renew the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. The Boston Globe. 2001 :A11. how_to_renew_the_i-p_peace_process_2001.pdf
Kelman HC. Dignity and dehumanization: The impact of the Holocaust on central themes of my work. In: In P. Suedfeld (Ed.), Light from the ashes: social science careers of young Holocaust refugees and survivors. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press ; 2001. pp. 197-220. Dignity_and_Dehumanization.pdf
Kelman HC. The role of national identity in conflict resolution: Experiences from Israeli-Palestinian problem-solving workshops. In: In R.D. Ashmore, L. Jussim, & D. Wilder (Eds.), Social identity, intergroup conflict, and conflict reduction. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press ; 2001. pp. 187-212. Role_of_National_Identity_in_Conflict_Resolution.pdf
Kelman HC. Ethical limits on the use of influence in hierarchical relationships. In: In J.M. Darley, D. Messick, & T.R. Tyler (Eds.), Social influences on ethical behavior in organizations. Mahwah, NJ, and London: Lawrence Erlbaum ; 2001. pp. 11-20. Ethical_limits.pdf
Kelman HC. Reflections on the social and psychological processes of legitimization and delegitimization. In: In J.T. Jost & B. Major (Eds.), The psychology of legitimacy: Emerging perspectives on ideology, justice, and intergroup relations . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press ; 2001. pp. 54-73. Reflections.pdf
Kelman HC. The challenge for Arafat and Barak. The Boston Globe. 2000 :A15. the_challenge_for_arafat_and_barak_2000.pdf
Kelman HC. The components of a "principled compromise". The Boston Globe. 2000 :A13. components_of_a_principled_compromise_2000.pdf
The future Israeli-Palestinian relationship. Middle East Policy (A reprint of Weatherhead Center for International Affairs Working Paper No. 99-12, 1999). 2000;7 (2) :90-112. the_future_i-p_relationship_mep_2000.pdf
Kelman HC. The role of the scholar-practitioner in international conflict resolution. International Studies Perspectives. 2000 :273-288. Role_of_the_Scholar-Practitioner_in_Intl._Conflict_Resolution.pdf
General Principles for the Final Israeli-Palestinian Agreement. Middle East Journal (A reprint of a Program on International Conflict Analysis and Resolution Working Paper). 1999;53 (1) :170-175. general_principles_for_the_final_i-p_agreement_1998.pdf
The Palestinian refugee problem and the right of return. Middle East Policy (A reprint of Weatherhead Center for International Affairs Working Paper No. 98-7, 1998). 1999;6 (3) :167-189. concept_paper_middle_east_policy_1999.pdf
Kelman HC. Experiences from 30 years of action research on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In: In K.P. Spillmann & A. Wenger (Eds.), Zeitgeschichtliche Hintergründe aktueller Konflikte VII: Zürcher Beiträge zur Sicherheitspolitik und Konfliktforschung. Vol. 54. ; 1999. pp. 173-197. Experiences_from_30_years.pdf
Kelman HC. The interdependence of Israeli and Palestinian national identities: The role of the other in existential conflicts. Journal of Social Issues. 1999;55 (3) :581-600. Interdependence_of_Israeli__Palestinian_Natl_Identities.pdf
Kelman HC. Transforming the relationship between former enemies: A social-psychological analysis. In: In R.L. Rothstein (Ed.), After the peace: Resistance and reconciliation. Boulder, CO, and London: Lynne Rienner ; 1999. pp. 193-205. Transforming_the_Relationship_1999.pdf
Kelman HC. Building a sustainable peace: The limits of pragmatism in the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. Journal of Palestine Studies. 1998;28 (1) :36-50. Building_Sustainable_Peace_1998.pdf
Kelman HC. Israel in transition from Zionism to post-Zionism. In: In G. Ben-Dor (Ed.), Israel in transition. Vol. 555. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage ; 1998. pp. 46-61. Israel_in_Transition.pdf
Kelman HC. 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. pp. 3-26. Place_of_Ethnic_Identity_1998.pdf
Kelman HC. Social-psychological contributions to peacemaking and peacebuilding in the Middle East. Applied Psychology: An International Review. 1998;47 (1). Socpsychcontributions.pdf