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Professor Tom Woodhouse

PositionEmeritus Professor
LocationPemberton P1.14
DepartmentPeace Studies and International Development
Telephone+44 (0) 1274 234191
Emailt.woodhouse@bradford.ac.uk

Research Interests (key words only)

Conflict resolution, sport conflict resolution and peacebuilding, football and social cohesion, popular culture and peace

Study History

  • BA History First Class Honours University of Leeds 1971
  • PhD History Leeds 1983

Professional History

  • Founding Director of Centre for Conflict Resolution University of Bradford (1990)
  • Adam Curle Chair in Conflict Resolution  1999
  • Emeritus Professor 2010

Research Areas

Sport, popular culture and conflict resolution, cyberpeace and online learning

Current Projects

  • Director of eLearning in Conflict Resolution
  • Research on football and community relations
  • Writing new (fourth) edition of Contemporary Conflict Resolution for Polity Press
  • Writing new Reader In Conflict Resolution for Polity Press

Networks/Roles

  • Council Member of the Conflict Research Society
  • Adviser to British Council on Christmas Truce Project; Adviser to the Independent Football Ombudsman (Football and Community Relations)
  • Adviser to Open University of Catalunya and Foundation of Football club Barcelona on Masters degree on Sport Social Inclusion and Conflict Resolution: Adviser to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Conflict Issues

Publications

  • Contemporary Conflict Resolution (Third Edition, fully revised and updated) Polity Press, Cambridge (co-authored with Oliver Ramsbotham and Hugh Miall). This book was the winner of the Book of the Year Award made by the Conflict Research Society Annual Conference 2011 at the University of Lancaster. The book has been translated into Japanese and Spanish.
  • ‘Peacekeeping, Peace Culture and Conflict Resolution’, International Peacekeeping Volume 17, Issue 4, 2010, Pages 486 - 498
  • ‘Peace Operations’, Chapter 38 in Routledge Handbook in Security Studies, edited M Dunn Cavelty and V Mauer, pp. 415-427 (co-authored with O Ramsbotham)
  • Fostering Peace through Cultural Initiatives, Joint Research Institute for International Peace and Culture, Aoyama Gakuin Foundation and Japan Foundation, March 2010. Authored the foreword pp 5-7 and the chapter on Building a Global Peace Culture, pp. 18-32.
  • ‘Adam Curle: Radical Peacemaker and Pioneer of Peace Studies’, Journal of Conflictology Vol 1, No. 1. 2010. peer reviewed e-journal of the Open University of Catalunya, pp 1-9 online at http://www.uoc.edu/ojs/index.php/journal-of-conflictology/article/view/vol1iss1-woodhouse/vol1iss1-woodhouse
  • ‘Elise Boulding: New Voices in Conflict Resolution’ Journal of Conflictology Vol. 3, No. 2, 2012, (co-authored with Irene Santiago), pp. 4-12 online at http://www.uoc.edu/ojs/index.php/journal-of-conflictology/article/view/vol3iss2-woodhouse
  • Editor with Oliver Ramsbotham of the Routledge Series Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution. (see http://www.routledge.com/books/series/RSPCR/page_3/ Twenty one titles published since 2008, twenty three in total since series started 2006.

Impact

Making the Difference? What works in response to crises and security threats. European Commission External Relations Andrea Ricci ed Survey of Conflict Resolution: Concepts and Definitions  PP 63/54 EU Directorate general for external relations Brussels 2010

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