On November 20, 1965, the Center for Teaching about War and Peace opened its doors under the leadership of Director Russell Broadhead and a committee of distinguished faculty. The mission then was to provide interdisciplinary, university-wide, academic programs in the field of domestic and international conflict and peace issues. In 1987, the WSU Board of Governors, building upon this rich heritage, created the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS).


Submissions from 2022


Faces of the Aftermath of Visible & Invisible Violence & Loss: Radical Resiliency of Justice & Healing, Barbara L. Jones