Professor Appointed to Lead Peace and Conflict Journal
November 6, 2012 – Georgetown psychology professor Fathali Moghaddam has been named editor of Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology. He will begin his appointment officially in June.
Moghaddam says the journal, published by the American Psychological Association, is in keeping with Georgetown’s mission of education for international peace.
“This journal captures both my personal goals, research for peace and the historic goals of Georgetown,” says the professor, also director of the Master of Arts Conflict Resolution Program. “ … Because of the historic mission and values of Georgetown University, this is the perfect institution to serve as the home of the leading international peace research psychology journal.”
Moghaddam has served on the journal’s board for the past five years and has published about 20 books and 130 papers. He also serves as associate editor of the journal Culture & Psychology, and teaches courses on the psychology of globalization, intergroup relations and conflict, human rights and duties, and the fusion of neuroscience and cultural science.