International Peace & Conflict Resolution
Spring 2010 www.american.edu/sis/ipcr Volume 10, Issue 3
Where in the world?
M o r o c c o
Melissa Gang MA/IPCR ‘10 facili- tates cross-cultural activities among American and Moroccan artists (photos courtesy of Melissa Gang).
O u t s i d e t h e c o n fi n e s o f t h e A U c l a s s r o o m , m a n y I P C R s t u - dents seize opportunities to advance their studies and apply conflict resolution skills abroad. Recentl , IPCR students Me- lissa Gang, Rebecca Davis, Amanda Breunig , and Joseph Imbriano , traveled abroad to facilitate a cross- cultural exchange, conduct SRP research, and explore tools of peacebuilding. See page 2 for more about their experiences in Morocco, India, and Syria and opportunities they found to extend IPCR theory and skills beyond campus.
Joseph Imbriano MA/IPCR ‘10 standing in the courtyard of the Grand Mosque of Damascus, also known as Ummayad Mosque, an important site in the Muslim world (photo courtesy of o- seph Imbriano).
I n d i a
Amanda Breunig MA/IPCR ‘10 with friend, host Sukhmani Bedi at a traditional Indian wedding (photo courtesy of Amanda Breunig).
Conference ... page 3
rough Movement... page 4
Student Reaction...page 9