Peace & Change
This article focuses on the changing nature of the spaces, historical sources, and products of peace research. Specifically, the article explores the future of peace research after the transnational, digital, and biographical turns. It addresses the changing formats of sources generated by activists, as well as the challenges of digitizing and disseminating these sources. Finally, the article calls for increased attention to the use of digital humanities methods, particularly geographic information systems ( GIS) techniques, in peace research.
Rose, Shelley, "The Changing Landscape of Peace Research: Geographic, Archival, and Digital Spaces" (2017). History Faculty Publications. 104.
Rose, Shelley E. 2017. "The Changing Landscape of Peace Research: Geographic, Archival, and Digital Spaces." Peace & Change 42, no. 2: 277-290.
Copyright Wiley 2017. This article originally appeared in Peace & Change 42, no. 2: 277-290. doi:10.1111/pech.12235