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When Blood and Bones Cry Out: Journeys through the Soundscape of Healing and Reconciliation Hardcover – Oct 6 2011


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A Subtle and Provactive Look at Conflict Resolution Oct. 22 2013
By Matthew Wesley - Published on Amazon.com
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This book challenges the reader to move away from a purely linear view of conflict resolution and to view that process through different metaphoric lenses. In seeing the circular nature of the process and the role that sound plays in the process of reconciliation, the Lederach's (father and daughter) weave together a range of alternative processes to resolve seemingly intractable conflict. The stories they tell an the metaphors they explore themselves reflect a different way of seeing and thereby open new possibilities and wellsprings for unlocking the moral imaginations of those otherwise locked in conflict.
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Wonderful synthesis April 28 2013
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How do we truly heal from conflict and build peace in meaningful ways? This is a beautiful and engaging book to read with moving stories of healing, interwoven with a theory of change that really resonates in how we can work at individual and collective levels to repair and heal the damage violent conflict causes. I've been a fan of Jean Paul Lederach ever since The Moral Imagination. This book really confirms for me why. Grateful.
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The book came in fast, and it's very interesting for the class I'm taking. It's cheaper here than at my school, so don't hesitate if you want to save some cash.
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A very good book April 2 2013
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This is a very interesting book about peacebuilding in various communities. I recommend it to students and practitioners in the field of peacebuilding and conflict resolution.
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Heart-felt and humbling. March 11 2013
By Lorraine Warren - Published on Amazon.com
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I have to read this book again and again to visit the amazing souls that grace its pages. This books calls each of us forward to be the best human beings we can be no matter what challenges we face.


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