Ethnic Conflict Research Digest publishes peer reviews of recently published
books, journal articles and research papers on the dynamics and management
of ethnic conflict. It aims to aid the dissemination of new research
in a growing academic field. The study of ethnic conflict has become
multi-disciplinary, thus benefiting from a variety of different sources
and approaches. The downside of this multi-disciplinary approach, however,
is the unfocused nature of many debates.The Digest attempts, in a small
way, to redress this problem.
is aimed at both academics and policy-makers. It can act as a briefing
tool for those working at the policy-making level of governments and
non-governmental organisations who may not have the time to review the
latest academic literature on ethnic conflict.
reviews are available on this website, in some cases months before
they appear in hardcopy. The reviews can be searched using
a combination of the following:
Access to the search
page can also be gained via the services menu at the top and
bottom of this page. Longer
Digest articles are
also available on-line. Alternatively, you can download
a PDF version of each issue of the Digest for printing
via Adobe Acrobat.
Digest depends on the co-operation of publishers, authors and reviewers.
I would encourage you to consider sending us your published work for
review or to act as a reviewer.
If interested in
sending your work for review please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org,
or send a copy of the book directly to:
Dr Brandon Hamber
University of Ulster