Journal of Living Together
ICERM coordinates, edits and publishes a pedagogical Journal called “Living Together”.
Description of the Journal
In furtherance of its Research, Education and Training Programs, ICERM has initiated the publication of a scholarly Journal titled: Living Together. The Journal of Living Together will focus specifically on two types of conflict: ethnic and religious/faith-based conflicts. Our goal is to develop and propose new and alternative methods of preventing, managing and resolving these two types of conflict, with emphasis on mediation while exploring its benefits and potential limitations.
Statement of Purpose
The Journal of Living Together is a multi-disciplinary, scholarly, semi-annual journal providing a shared space for anyone interested in, or affected by, ethno-religious conflict, in hopes of promoting a sense of community, mutual understanding and respect.
General Theme for the Maiden Edition
The maiden edition of this journal will be published in Spring 2014 with the following theme:
The role of religion and ethnicity in contemporary conflict, and related emerging tactics, strategies, methodologies, of mediation and resolution.
Call for Papers for Upcoming Issues
The Journal of Living Together is currently accepting papers for upcoming issues:
Special Issue: “New Militant Movements in Africa and the Middle East” - Read - Download
Spring 2015 Issue: “The Anatomy and Remedy of Trans-generational Conflict” - Read - Download
Submission Deadline: February 28, 2015.