Religion, Civil Society, and Peace in Northern Ireland Hardcover – 1 Dec 2011
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[This book] is so convincing and important because it is exhaustively researched and presented in a form which builds inexorably to its conclusions. (Jeffrey Haynes, Peacebuilding)
Those who believe in, or yearn for, reconciliation at the heart of the Church's life should beat a path to the library: it will be worth the effort. (Church Times)
makes [...] key contributions to understanding religion, violence, and peace in Northern Ireland. (Gladys Ganiel, Marginalia)
About the Author
John D. Brewer is Sixth-Century Professor of Sociology at Aberdeen University and President of the British Sociological Association. He is a Member of the Royal Irish Academy, Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Academician in the Academy of Social Science and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He is a member of the UN Roster of Global Experts, specialising in the sociological aspects of peace processes. Gareth I. Higgins is the Executive Director of the Wild Goose Festival, a justice, spirituality and arts gathering in the United States. He has worked as a lecturer and research scholar at Queens University Belfast and Trinity College Dublin, and was the co-founder of the zero28 Project, a post-sectarian peacebuilding initiative in Northern Ireland from 1998 - 2007. Francis Teeney is a Research Fellow at the University of Aberdeen and honorary lecturer at Queen's University Belfast. He is an active peace campaigner frequently commenting on radio, television and other media outlets. He is a consultative director of Mickel Health Initiatives and a founding member of the Emotions Research Consortium.