Political Science doctoral student Amanda Clark, CACM Director Dr. Patrick Coy have chapter in new Nonviolence textbook | Kent State University

Political Science doctoral student Amanda Clark, CACM Director Dr. Patrick Coy have chapter in new Nonviolence textbook

Political Science doctoral student Amanda Clark and CACM Director Dr. Patrick Coy have a chapter in a new Nonviolence textbook!

Political Science doctoral student Amanda Clark and CACM Director Dr. Patrick Coy have a chapter in a new Nonviolence textbook! Their book chapter has just been published in Understanding Nonviolence: Contours and Contexts, edited by Maia Carter Hallward and Julie Norman, Polity Press, 2015. Clark and Coy’s chapter, “Civil Rights, Social Movements, and Domestic Policy: The 1960 Nashville Student Sit-In Movement,” applies Adam Curle’s model of sequencing strategies in social conflicts to describe and analyze the various stages and strategic loopbacks of the historic nonviolent conflict in Nashville that became a lynchpin in the development of the broader civil rights movement.

POSTED: Thursday, February 5, 2015 - 12:00am
UPDATED: Thursday, August 31, 2017 - 1:59pm
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