Recent Faculty Publications
For full listings of publications, please see individual faculty biographies.
Carpenter Ami, (2013). Community Resilience to Sectarian Violence in Baghdad. New York: Springer Publishing, forthcoming 2013.
Carpenter, Ami (2012). “Civilian Protection in Mexico & Guatemala: Humanitarian Engagement with Druglords & Gangs.” Homeland Security Review, forthcoming 2012
Carpenter, Ami (2012). “Havens in a Firestorm: Perspectives from Baghdad on Resilience to Sectarian Violence.” Civil Wars Journal 14 (2): 182-204
Carpenter, Ami (2012). “Changing Lenses: Conflict Analysis and Mexico’s War.” Journal of Latin American Politics and Society, forthcoming 2013
Carpenter, Ami, Lawrence, Anu, and Line, Milburn (2012). “Contested Authorities: Alternatives to State Law and Order in Post-Conflict Guatemala.” Journal of Law and Conflict Resolution, forthcoming 2012
Carpenter, Ami (2011). “Building Peace: Practical Reflections from the Field - A Review.” Journal of Peace Education, 8 (3): 359-360
Carpenter, Ami (2010). “Beyond Drug Wars: Transforming Factional Conflict in Mexico.” Conflict Resolution Quarterly 27(4): 401-421
White Papers and Commissioned Reports
Carpenter Ami, and Cooper, Stacey (2012). “Weak Links: Gangs and Criminal Networks in the San Diego/Tijuana Border Region.” Final Report of the Gangs: Regional Presence and Activity (GRPA) Project.
Carpenter, Ami and Laurence, Anu (2011). “Land Conflict in Quiche, Guatemala: A Baseline Report.” Final Report, submitted in fulfillment of MercyCorps, Guatemala evaluation project.
Carpenter, Ami (2010). “Final Report of the Listening Tour”. Submitted to the San Diego Commission on Gang Prevention and Intervention. URL: http://www.sandiego.gov/gangcommission/pdf/listeningtourdocument.pdf
Honda, Michael and Carpenter, Ami (2012). “In fighting gangs, US should look to El Salvador.” Christian Science Monitor, 28, December: http://www.csmonitor.com/Commentary/Opinion/2012/1228/In-fighting-gangs-US-should-look-to-El-Salvador
Carpenter, Ami (2012). Tackling Child-Sex Trafficking: Commentary on the CASE Act. San Diego Union Tribune, 20 September: http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/sep/19/prop-35-tackles-child-sex-trafficking/
Carpenter, Ami and McDougal, Topher (2011). “Marijuana Cartels and the Mafia.” San Diego Union Tribune, 3 June: B6, http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2010/jun/03/marijuana-cartels-and-mafia/
Carpenter, Ami and Ceja, Anthony (2010). Preventing Gang Violence in San Diego.” San Diego Union Tribune, 14, September B6, http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2010/sep/14/preventing-gang-violence-in-san-diego/
Headley, William and Reina C. Neufeldt. “Catholic Relief Services: Catholic Peacebuilding in Practice” Peacebuilding: Catholic Theology, Ethics and Praxis, eds. Scott Appleby, Robert Schreiter, Gerard
Powers. (Orbis Books, forthcoming).
McDougal, Topher L., David A. Shirk, Robert Muggah, and John H. Patterson, “The Way of the Gun: Estimating Firearms Traffic Across the U.S.-Mexico Border,” San Diego, CA / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Trans-Border Institute / Igarapé Institute, 2013. Available at: http://catcher.sandiego.edu/items/peacestudies/way_of_the_gun.pdf
McDougal, Topher L., Robert Muggah, David Shirk, and John Patterson, “Made in the U.S.A.: The Role of American Guns in Mexican Violence,” The Atlantic, 18 March, 2013. Available at: http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2013/03/made-in-the-usa-the-role-of-american-guns-in-mexican-violence/274103/
McDougal, Topher L. and Robert Muggah, “El problema de las armas en México: fabricado en Estados Unidos,” Huffington Post, 17 March, 2013. Available at: http://www.huffingtonpost.es/topher-mcdougal/armas-en-mexico_b_2884105.html
McDougal, Topher L, “Stability and the Economy: Cooperative Game Theoretic Implications for Economic Policy in a Dual-Sector Economy.” Stability: International Journal of Security and Development, 2013 (forthcoming).
McDougal, Topher L. and Raul Caruso, “War and Post-War Collective Action: The Case of Agricultural Concessions in Mozambique.” Working Paper, Network of European Peace Scientists, January, 2013. Available at: http://www.europeanpeacescientists.org/working.html
McDougal, Topher L., “‘It’s the Economy, Stupid’: The Trilemma of Addressing Economic Violence at War’s End.” In Justice and Economic Violence in Transition, Springer Press, 2013 (forthcoming).
McDougal, Topher L. and Neil T. Ferguson, “Land Inequality and Conflict Onset: Cooperative Game Theoretic Implications for Economic Policy.” Post-2015 Global Thematic Consultation on Inequalities, UN Women/ UNICEF, 2012. Available at: http://www.worldwewant2015.org/node/283321
McDougal, Topher L. and Raul Caruso, “Wartime Violence and Post-Conflict Political Mobilization in Mozambique.” Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, 18(3), 2012. Available at: http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/peps.2012.18.issue-3/peps-2012-0013/peps-2012-0013.xml?format=INT
McDougal, Topher L., “Law of the Landless: The Dalit Bid for Land Redistribution in Gujarat, India.” Law & Development Review 4(1), Article 4, 2011. Available at: http://www.bepress.com/ldr/vol4/iss1/art4/
McDougal, Topher L., “Insurgent Violence and the Rural Urban Divide: The Case of Maoist India.” In Ethnic Conflict, Civil War and the Cost of Conflict. Caruso, Raul, ed. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing, 2011, pp.69-98.
McDougal, Topher L., “Production and Predation in a Core-Periphery Model: A Note.” Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, 17(1), Article 2, 2011.
McDougal, Topher L., “How Production Firms Adapt to Civil War: The Case of Liberia,” WIDER Working Paper 2010/69, United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-WIDER), 2010.
Reilly, Charles A. Peacebuilding and Development in Guatemala and Northern Ireland. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
Editor, JUSTICE AND ECONOMIC VIOLENCE IN TRANSITION (New York: Springer Publications, Forthcoming 2013).
Chapter Author: "Addressing Economic Violence in Times of Transition."
"Economic Violence in the Practice of African Truth Commissions"
"From Foreground to Periphery; Where Does Policy Go from Here?"
Beyond the Post-Conflict Checklist; Linking Peacebuilding and Transitional Justice Through the Lens of Critique, 14 Chicago J. Int'l L. (forthcoming, Summer 2013)
Interrogating the Peripheries; The Preoccupations of Fourth Generation Transitional Justice, 26 Harv. Hum. Rts. J. 601 (forthcoming, Summer 2013)
Addressing Economic Violence in Times of Transition: Toward a Positive-Peace Paradigm for Transitional Justice, 35 Fordham Int'l L. J. 780 (2012).
Requiem for a Pipedream; Oil, the World Bank, and the Need for Human Rights Assessments, 25 Emory Int’l L. Rev. 379 (2011).
“The Significance of Human Rights for the Debt of Countries in Transition,” in Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky & Jernej Cernic (eds.), MAKING SOVEREIGN FINANCING & HUMAN RIGHTS WORK (Hart Publishing, forthcoming 2013).
"Addressing Accountability and Impunity in the Traditional Security Sector; A Critical Link in the Security-Development Nexus," in Jessica Piombo (ed.), REDUCING INSECURITY IN AFRICA: ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (forthcoming 2013).
"Bridging the Gap; DDR, Transitional Justice and the United Nations Peacebuilding Commission," in Chandra Lekha Sriram, Olga Martin-Ortega, and Johanna Herman (eds.), TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE AND PEACEBUILDING ON THE GROUND: VICTIMS AND EXCOMBATANTS (London: Routledge, 2012).
Security and Development: Searching for Critical Connections, edited with Michael S. Lund and Francesco Mancini (Lynne Rienner Publications, 2010)
The Security-Politics-Development Nexus: The Lessons of State-building in Sub-Saharan Africa (EU Working Paper, European University Institute, 2010)
The UN's Peacebuilding Commission: Escaping Path Dependency (Working Paper prepared for the Centre for International Policy Studies and NUPI, 2010)
Strategic Policy Frameworks and Peacebuilding in PBC and non-PBC countries: Emerging Lessons, with Erin McCandless, Journal of Peacebuilding and Development, Vol 5:2 (2010)