Johan Galtung & Keil Eggers: The World beyond Global Disorder
Posted by Antonio C. S. Rosa | Editor – TRANSCEND Media Service
Nov 12, 2015
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Johan Galtung, a professor of peace studies, dr hc mult, is founder of the TRANSCEND Network for Peace, Development and Environment and rector of the TRANSCEND Peace University-TPU. He has published 164 books on peace and related issues, of which 41 have been translated into 35 languages, for a total of 135 book translations, including ‘50 Years-100 Peace and Conflict Perspectives,’ published by the TRANSCEND University Press-TUP.
Keil Eggers is the U.S. Representative to the Galtung-Institut currently stationed in Lawrence, Kansas. He graduated from George Mason University with a B.A. in Conflict Analysis and Resolution in the Spring of 2015. As an extension of his work for the Institut, he has authored a zine titled “And Then What?” as a companion text to Fall of the U.S. Empire, And Then What?: U.S. Fascism or U.S. Blossoming? by Prof. Johan Galtung. For more information visit www.andthenwhatzine.com. Keil’s personal blog is octaguante.wordpress.com.
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