Guide to the James H. Laue papers, 1936-1999

James H. Laue C0055


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Descriptive Summary

Repository George Mason University. Special Collections Research Center.
Creator James H. Laue
Title James H. Laue papers
Date 1936-1999, bulk 1960-1993
Physical Characteristics 43 linear ft.; 100 boxes
Abstract This collection contains the working papers of James H. Laue, former professor of conflict resolution at George Mason University. Materials include manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, legal documents, and memorabilia.
Collection number C0055
Language English

Biographical Information

James H. Laue was born in River Falls, Wisconsin, in 1937. Laue graduated from high school in 1955 and went to college in his home town at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, where he took a major in sociology. After earning his Bachelor's degree in 1959, Laue was admitted to the Harvard graduate program in sociology with a Danforth Fellowship, where he studied race relations and the sociology of religion under such distinguished sociologists as Talcott Parsons, Gordon Allport, and David Riesman.

During his graduate studies, Laue became involved in the Civil Rights movement, attending lunch counter sit-ins, church "kneel-ins," and protests organized by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Laue's 1966 doctoral dissertation, "Direct Action and Desegregation: Toward a Theory of the Rationalization of Protest," grew out of a combination of diligent sociological analysis and first-hand experience in the Civil Rights movement. These experiences, along with a pious adherence to the core tenets of Christianity, influenced Laue's approach to conflict analysis, which he described in his 1976 University of Missouri tenure application as "a conscious and explicit linking of scholarship and action."

Combining social theory and practical problem-solving into a new practice of clinical sociology, Laue helped to establish the field of conflict resolution as a distinct academic discipline, and his career reflects both the academic and the activist sides of the field. From 1965-1969, Laue served on the US Department of Justice's Community Relations Service (CRS), an agency established under the 1964 Civil Rights Act to help resolve racial conflicts. After leaving the CRS, Laue held academic positions at the Laboratory of Community Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School (1969-1971), Washington University-St. Louis (1971-1974), the University of Missouri-St. Louis (1975-1986), and finally, George Mason University (1986-1993) where he became the first Lynch Professor of Conflict Resolution. Laue also served as President and Executive Director of the Conflict Clinic, Inc., a non-profit dispute-resolution organization, from 1984 - ca. 1989.

In 1976 Laue co-founded and chaired the National Peace Academy Campaign (N-PAC), which sought to establish a national institute for peace research and education. Three years later, President Jimmy Carter appointed Laue Chair of the congressional Commission on Proposals for the National Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution. The evidence gathered by the Commission at public hearings across the US, along with Laue's testimony before Congress in the early 1980s, was instrumental in establishing the US Institute of Peace and its funding counterpart, the National Peace Institute Foundation, which Laue also chaired during the 1980s.

Throughout his long and prodigious career, Laue participated in dozens of academic conferences, taught numerous classes and workshops on dispute resolution, published scores of academic papers, collaborated with Civil Rights activists and arms-control advocacy groups, delivered sermons at churches and speeches at graduate commencements, and remained active in the field of peacemaking and conflict resolution until his death in 1993.

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Scope and Content

This collection contains the working papers of James H. Laue, former professor of conflict resolution at George Mason University. The papers document Laue's development as a sociology student and Civil Rights activist in the early 1960s through his career as a mediator and professor of urban sociology and conflict resolution into the early 1990s. Materials in the collection include manuscripts, correspondence, workshop papers, notebooks, legal documents, photographs, audio cassettes, and memorabilia.

Series 1, Correspondence, contains correspondence between Laue and his colleagues, including Civil Rights advocates during the 1960s and Peace Academy Commission members during the late 1970s and early 80s. The series is divided into two subseries of correspondence, the first arranged by date and the second arranged alphabetically by surname.

Series 2, Conflict Resolution Papers, contains materials from various conflict resolution organizations, initiatives, and workshops in which Laue participated as a leader or active member. The series includes mediation workshop materials, manuscript drafts of books and essays on the practice of conflict resolution, and papers documenting Laue's role in mediating such conflicts as the farm debt crisis of the mid 1980s, the Fort Worth I-30 expansion dispute, and the public memory of the 1970 Kent State shootings. Figuring prominently in the series is Laue's work with the Community Crisis Intervention Center at Washington University-St. Louis in the 1970s and the Conflict Clinic, Inc. at the University of Missouri-St. Louis in the 1980s (and later at George Mason University).

Series 3, Peace Academy Campaign Papers, documents Laue's leading role in the campaign to establish a U.S. Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution. The series includes public hearings conducted by the Commission on Proposals for the National Academy of Peace, which Laue chaired in 1978-1980; Congressional records and hearings regarding the establishment of the U.S. Academy of Peace; newsletters, brochures, and meeting minutes of the National Peace Academy Campaign (N-PAC), which Laue co-founded in 1976; and various administrative, financial, and promotional materials from the National Peace Academy Foundation / National Peace Institute Foundation (NPAF/NPIF), and the U.S. Academy of Peace / U.S. Institute of Peace (USAP/USIP).

Series 4, Civil Rights Papers, documents Laue's involvement in the Civil Rights movement during the 1960s. The series is divided into two subseries. Subseries 4.1, Direct Action and Desegregation, covers Laue's activism in the Civil Rights movement during the early 1960s and includes notes, interviews, and other materials used in his dissertation, Direct Action and Desegregation, 1960-1962 as well as later essays on Civil Rights by Laue and others. This subseries also contains memoranda, pamphlets, and newsletters from such prominent Sixties grass-roots organizations as the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), the Southern Regional Council (SRC), and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Subseries 4.2, Community Relations Service (CRS), documents Laue's work for the CRS under the U.S. Department of Justice in the mid to late 1960s, where he became the head of Program Evaluation and Development. Materials include reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, personnel files, and speeches.

Series 5, Academic Papers, contains materials from Laue's work as a student, scholar, and teacher. The series is divided into two subseries. Subseries 5.1, Student Papers, covers Laue's academic career from childhood in River Falls, Wisconsin through college and graduate school at Harvard. The subseries contains sociology papers Laue wrote as a student, college notebooks, course materials, church sermons, and correspondence with professors. Subseries 5.2, Professional Papers, covers Laue's academic career as a researcher at the Harvard Medical School Laboratory of Community Psychiatry, as a professor of sociology and urban studies at Washington University-St. Louis and the University of Missouri-St. Louis in the 1970s and 80s, and as a professor of Conflict Resolution at George Mason University in the late 80s and early 90s. The subseries contains journal articles and commencement speeches written by Laue, course materials, academic exercises used in workshops on conflict mediation, and biographical materials prepared for annual reviews and tenure application.

Series 6, Conferences and Workshops, contains programs, presentations, notes, and correspondence pertaining to various conferences and workshops Laue attended or administered. The folder dates in this series generally refer to the dates the conferences were held and may not encompass the date range of all materials in the folder. Ranging from small local workshops to large international meetings, the conferences cover a range of themes including desegregation, clinical sociology, community conflict intervention, international arbitration, and peace education. Series 7, News Clippings and Articles, contains newspaper articles collected and assembled by Laue. Themes include desegregation and civil rights, international politics, biographical pieces and interviews with Laue, and the peace academy campaign. The series is divided into two subseries, the first arranged by date and the second arranged alphabetically by subject or newspaper title.

Series 7, News Clippings and Articles, contains newspaper articles collected and assembled by Laue. Themes include desegregation and civil rights, international politics, biographical pieces and interviews with Laue, and the peace academy campaign. The series is divided into two subseries, the first arranged by date and the second arranged alphabetically by subject or newspaper title.

Series 8, Photographs, contains mostly black-and-white photographs of Laue from youth through adulthood. The series contains several portraits as well as pictures of Laue with fellow students, family members, and colleagues.

Series 9, Memorabilia, contains certificates, drawings, posters, and other memorabilia mostly from Laue's youth. Included are several items from Laue's participation in the Wisconsin American Legion Badger Boys civic activism program as a child.

Series 10, Audio Cassettes, contains audio tape recordings of presentations, sermons, and speeches by James Laue, Jimmy Carter, and Martin Luther King, Jr.

Series 11, Oversize, contains newspapers and large format magazines mostly dealing with racial issues, protest, and civil rights.

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Arrangement

This collection is arranged by subject.

Series 1: Correspondence, 1960-1993 (Box 1-3)
Series 2: Conflict Resolution Papers, 1967-1993 (Box 3-31)
Series 3: Peace Academy Campaign Papers, 1947-1990, bulk 1976-1990 (Box 31-50)
Series 4: Civil Rights Papers, 1956-1988, bulk 1960-1970 (Box 50-68)
Series 5: Academic Papers, 1947-1999 (Box 69-87)
Series 6: Conferences and Workshops, 1962-1992 (Box 87-93)
Series 7: News Clippings and Articles, 1936-1992 (Box 93-97)
Series 8: Photographs, 1942-1992 (Box 97-98)
Series 9: Memorabilia, 1949-1993 (Box 98)
Series 10: Audio Cassettes, 1968-1991 (Box 99)
Series 11: Oversize, 1960-1980 (Box 100)

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

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Related Material

Special Collections Research Center also holds documents from the George Mason University Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution.

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Index Terms

Persons:

Laue, James H.

Corporate Names:

Conflict Clinic, Inc.
George Mason University. Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution.
United States Institute of Peace.

Geographical Names:

Southern States--Race relations.

Subjects:

African Americans--Civil rights--History--20th century.
Civil rights demonstrations--Southern States--History--20th century.
Conflict management.

Document Types:

Photographic prints.
Sound recordings.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

James H. Laue papers, Collection #C0055, Special Collections Research Center, George Mason University Libraries.

Acquisition Information

Collection donated by Mariann Laue Baker in 1999.

Processing Information

Processed by Special Collections Research Center staff. EAD markup completed by Eron Ackerman and Jordan Patty in April 2009.

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Contents List

Series 1: Correspondence, 1960-1993
This series contains correspondence between Laue and his colleagues, including Civil Rights advocates during the 1960s and Peace Academy Commission members during the late 1970s and early 80s. The series is divided into two subseries of correspondence, the first arranged chronologically and the second arranged alphabetically by surname.
Subseries 1.1: General Correspondence, Chronological, 1978-1993
Box Folder
1 1 General Correspondence - Important Letters on Race, 1960-1969
2 General Correspondence, 1966-1969
3 General Correspondence [alphabetical, pt. 1], 1972-1973
4 General Correspondence [alphabetical, pt. 2], 1971-1974
5 General Correspondence, 1974-1976
6 General Correspondence re: N-PAC, 1977
7 General Correspondence re: N-PAC, 1978
8 General Correspondence re: N-PAC Commission and Gary NIS, 1979
9 General Correspondence, 1980
10 General Correspondence, 1981-1982
11 General Correspondence - VUD, 1984-1985
12 General Correspondence, 1984-1987
Box Folder
2 1 General Correspondence, 1988
2 General Correspondence, 1990-1993
Subseries 1.2: Correspondence, Alphabetical, 1977-1988
Box Folder
2 3 A-C, 1978-1985
4 Carter, Jimmy, 1979, 1985
5 Conlan, Robert, 1984-1986
Executive Director of the National Peace Institute Foundation (NPIF)
6 D-G, 1979-1985
7 Gerber, Nachman M., 1985-1986
8 Glickman, Dan, 1984, 1986
Kansas Congressman
9 H, 1979-1985
10 Herrman, Margaret, 1982-1983
11 Hogan, Harry, 1982-1984
Director of the National Peace Academy Foundation (NPAF)
12 J-K, 1980-1985
13 King, Coretta Scott, February 1985
14 King, Martin Luther to Morris Abram, September 28, 1967
Letter to Morris Abram, President of the American Jewish Committee, re: SCLC position on Israel and Anti-Semitism
15 L-M, 1978-1988
16 Mapes, Milton C., 1978-1985
Executive Director of the National Peace Academy Campaign (N-PAC)
17 Matsunaga, Sparks, 1980-1986
Hawaii Senator
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3 1 N-R, 1970-1986
2 Riesman, David, 1961-1968
3 S, 1971-1986
4 Spencer, William, 1977-1984
Executive Director of N-PAC
5 T-Z, 1977-1987
Series 2: Conflict Resolution Papers, 1967-1993
This series contains materials from various conflict resolution organizations, initiatives, and workshops in which Laue participated as a leader or active member. The series includes mediation workshop materials, manuscript drafts of books and essays on the practice of conflict resolution, and papers documenting Laue's role in mediating such conflicts as the farm debt crisis of the mid 1980s, the Fort Worth I-30 expansion dispute, and the public memory of the 1970 Kent State shootings. Figuring prominently in the series is Laue's work with the Community Crisis Intervention Center at Washington University-St. Louis in the 1970s and the Conflict Clinic, Inc. at the University of Missouri-St. Louis in the 1980s (and later at George Mason University).
Box Folder
3 6 Adams, John P. - General, 1972-1974
7 Adams, John P. - Iran, February 1980
8 Adams' Police and Community Relations Project, 1970-1971
9 Appalachia: Case Study in Repression, 1967
10 An Approach to the Resolution of Disputes in Public Schools, undated
11 The Arbitration Journal, March 1980
12 Arenas of Local Government Negotiating and Bargaining, ca. 1983
13 Article on Resolution of Community Disputes, by James Laue, May 30, 1973
14 Asia-Pacific Organization for Mediation (APOM), 1986-1987
Box Folder
4 1 "Asymmetric Conflicts: Approaches to Resolution", 1989-1990
by James Laue, Christopher Mitchell, and Peter Swanson
2 "Behavior of Third Parties: Roles, Rules and Ethics in Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution", January 1986
by James Laue
3 Bhopal Incident [notes], December 1986
4 Bishop Bennett J. Sims, 1982-1984
Atlanta, GA
5 Bob Reed, Current, 1988
6 "Building Forums for the Cooperative Resolution of Disputes in Communities", undated
by William Potapchuck, National Civic Review
7 Carlos Fuentes, April 16, 1992
8 The Carter Center of Emory University, 1992
9 The Carter Center of Emory University, February 17, 1993
10 The Carter Center of Emory University, February 17, 1993
11 The Carter Center of Emory University - Conflict Resolution, Health and Tobacco, 1985
12 The Carter Center of Emory University - Conflict Resolution, Schools and Tobacco, 1985
13 The Carter Center of Emory University - Tobacco and Health, 1981-1985
Box Folder
5 1 Caux Scholars Program, 1993
2 Center for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University (GMU), 1987
Institute for Advanced Study in the Integrated Sciences (ISAS) seminar; I-30 controversy
3 Center for Conflict Analysis and Resolution Newsletter and Report, 1990
4 Center for Dialogue and Development - Board Meeting Minutes, October - November 1987
5 Centers for Human Understanding - "Pavilion of Life" Project Meetings, 1990-1991
6 Centers for Human Understanding - "Pavilion of Life" Project Reports, August - September 1990
7 Centre for International Understanding, 1 of 5, 1986-1991
8 Centre for International Understanding, 2 of 5, 1977-1981
9 Centre for International Understanding, 3 of 5, 1981-1991
10 Centre for International Understanding, 4 of 5, 1991-1993
Box Folder
6 1 Centre for International Understanding, 5 of 5, 1984-1991
2 Child Custody and Divorce Mediation Articles, 1986-1987
3 Church Peace Mission - "Does Christian Commitment Make a Difference?", September - October 1963
4 Churches' Center for Theology and Public Policy, Shalom Paper Nos. 10-12 and 17, April and August 1981, May 1982, November 1987
5 "The Citizen Dispute Resolution Organizer's Handbook," edited by Paul Wahrhaftig, 1978
6 Clinical Sociology Association Training Workshop on Intervening in Social Conflict (1 of 2), April 12-14, 1984
7 Clinical Sociology Association Training Workshop on Intervening in Social Conflict (2 of 2), April 12-14, 1984
8 Common Group Problems, 1967
pamphlet
9 Communication and Conflict Management Skills, ca. 1984
10 Community Board Program Evaluation, December 1982-1987
11 Community Crisis Intervention Book - Chapter 1, undated
outline with notes
12 Community Crisis Intervention Book - Chapter 2, undated
outline with notes
13 Community Crisis Intervention Book - Chapter 3, undated
outline with notes
14 Community Crisis Intervention Book - Chapter 4, undated
outline with notes
15 Community Crisis Intervention Book - Chapter 5, undated
outline with notes
16 Community Crisis Intervention Book - Chapter 6, undated
outline with notes
17 Community Crisis Intervention Book - Chapter 7, undated
outline with notes
18 Community Crisis Intervention Book - Forward, Preface / General Introductions, undated
19 Community Crisis Intervention Book - Working Materials to Be Assigned to Chapter Folders, 1974
contains correspondence between Bishop Frederick D. Wertz and John P. Adams re: textbook selection controversy in Kanawaha County
Box Folder
7 1 Community Crisis Intervention Center Discussion Draft, December 1974
2 Community Crisis Intervention Center - List of Attendees at Washington, DC Conference, 1972-1973
3 Community Crisis Intervention Center Negotiations, 1973
4 Community Crisis Intervention Center Newsletter - Crisis and Change, 1971-1974
5 "Community Crisis Intervention: Issues and Perspectives" by James Laue, 1970-1971
project proposal
6 Community Crisis Pamphlet Series - Evening the Odds through Training, ca. 1972
contributing writers: Martin Blum, Alana Cohen, Gerald Cormick, Frederick Hobby, Martha Kohn
7 Community Crisis Pamphlet Series - Preparing for Negotiations, ca. 1972
8 Community Crisis Pamphlet Series - You're on Candid Camera, or, How to Organize Your Group with Videotape, ca. 1972
9 Community Crisis Project, October 1, 1970 to September 30, 1972
report prepared by Alana S. Cohen, Director, assisted by James Laue
10 "Community Crisis Project - Report from a National Workshop on Community Crisis Intervention," April 21-23, 1971
11 Community Disputes - Center for Mediation and Conflict Resolution (CMCR), 1971
Board for Mediation of Community Disputes (BMCD) and CMCR Monitoring, 3rd Quarter Data
12 Conducting Foreign Relations through Building Political Relationships: Guidelines for Analyzing and Conducting International Relationships, March 31, 1987
13 Conflict Clinic, Inc. and Clean Sites, Inc., 1985
14 Conflict Clinic, Inc. Background and Purpose, 1985
15 Conflict Clinic, Inc. Budget Plan, 1986-1987
16 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Clinical Discussion, 1991
meetings on the Conflict Clinic and Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at GMU
Box Folder
8 1 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Designing and Managing Citizen Involvement Processes, January 1991
2 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Directory of Organizations Providing Dispute Resolution Services, ca. 1986
3 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Discussion Paper on Scenaria for the Conflict Clinic, January 3-4, 1985
4 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Dispute Resolution Resources in the St. Louis Area, ca. 1986
5 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Draft Operating Plan, March 1, 1983
6 Conflict Clinic, Inc. Files, 1984
7 Conflict Clinic, Inc. Files, 1985-1987
8 Conflict Clinic, Inc. Files, 1989-1993
9 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Financial Status Report, 1988
10 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Introduction to Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, 1990
George Mason University
11 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Introduction to Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, 1990-1991
George Mason University
12 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - J. P. Stoner, Rocky Mountain Mediation Team, March 1987
13 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Managing Ongoing Citizen Participation: A Workshop for Fairfax County Employees, June 14-16, 1989
Box Folder
9 1 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Negotiated Mediation in the Conflict Resolution Process, October 28, 1989
2 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Proposal to Expand the Work of the Conflict Clinic, 1987-1988
3 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Proposed Agenda, Sept 20, 1985
4 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Resolving Development Disputes: A Workshop on Negotiation and Joint Problem-Solving Tools for Those Concerned about Land Development Disputes in Northern Virginia, October 13, 1990
5 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Selected Bibliography: Conflict Resolution and Its Applications, ca. 1986
6 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Short Term Public Involvement: A Workshop for Fairfax County Employees, Spring and Fall 1989
7 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Tom Stoner, Chairman of the Board, Announces the Appointment of James H. Laueas President and Executive Director The Conflict Clinic, Inc., June 1, 1984
printed announcement on 3x5" cardstock
8 Conflict Clinic, Inc. - Workshop Materials, 1989-1992
9 "Conflict Intervention" by James Laue, 1981
reprinted from the Handbook of Applied Sociology, pp. 67-90
10 Conflict Management Book - Contents and Chapters 1-2, ca. 1984
11 Conflict Management Book Proposal, undated
12 "Conflict Resolution"
trainer manual by Elizabeth Rose and Angela Callahan
13 "Conflict Resolution: A Challenge for the Church", August 1978
by James Laue, copied from Engage/Social Action Forum 43
Box Folder
10 1 Conflict Resolution Center, Inc. - Conflict Resolution Notes, 1983-1988
2 Conflict Resolution Handbook - "Introduction", ca. 1988
by James Laue
3 Conflict Resolution Handbook - Chapter 1: "The Concept of Conflict: History and Development", ca. 1988
by Hugh Boeving
4 Conflict Resolution Handbook - Chapter 3: "The Field of Conflict Resolution Emerges", ca. 1988
by George Shaner
5 Conflict Resolution Handbook - Chapter 4: "Toward a Comprehensive Theory of Conflict Resolution: Human Needs and Social Order", ca. 1988
by Jonathan Brooks
6 Conflict Resolution Handbook - Chapter 5: "The First Skill: Assessing the Data and Dynamics of a Conflict", ca. 1988
by Diane LeResche
7 Conflict Resolution Handbook - Chapter 6: "Selecting Intervention Goals, Strategies and Processes", ca. 1988
by Donald Bassett
8 Conflict Resolution Handbook - Chapter 7: "Designing and Applying the Process", ca. 1988
by Susan Shearouse
9 Conflict Resolution Handbook - Chapter 8: "The Third Party", ca. 1988
by Robert K. Reed
10 Conflict Resolution Handbook - Chapter 9: "Becoming a Peacemaker: Integrating Self, Theory and Practice", ca. 1988
by Peter J. Bryan Swanson
11 Conflict Resolution Handbook - Chapter 10: "A Foundation for Ethical Behavior", ca. 1988
by Frank Dukes
12 Conflict Resolution Handbook - Chapter 11: "Contemporary Ethical Issues in Third Party Intervention", ca. 1988
by Brian Polkinghorn
13 Conflict Resolution Handbook - Chapter 12: "Serving Human Needs: Some Lessons and Guidelines", ca. 1988
by James Laue
14 Conflict Resolution Handbook - Chapter References, ca. 1988
Box Folder
11 1 Conflict Resolution - Miscellaneous Pamphlets and Brochures, 1980-1993
Centre for Intergroup Studies, Southern Regional Council, etc.
2 "Conflict Resolution Skills: A Trainer's Manual", 1980
prepared by Lonnie Weiss for the Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence
3 Congressional Records - Alternative Dispute Resolution, 1988-1990
4 Congressional Records - Education Amendments, 1977-1978
5 Coping with Conflict: North Central Regional Workshop, May 16-19, 1977
Zion, Illinois
6 Coping with Conflict: Strategies for Extension Community Development and Public Policy Professionals, 1979
7 Coping with Conflict: Strategies for Extension Community Development and Public Policy Professionals, 1979
duplicates
8 Corp Group International Mediation Project, October 15, 1986
Box Folder
12 1 "Creative Approaches to Resolution of Conflict in Public Issues: Tobacco", 1985
The Carter Center, Emory University
2 "The Creative, Peaceful Class of Conflict Management Approaches", 1972
by Richard Fogg
3 Crime and Delinquency, April 1980
journal
4 Danforth Foundation - St. Louis Leadership Program, 1977-1982
5 "The Development of Community Conflict Intervention", 1981
by James Laue
6 Dictionary of International Biography, Winter 1986
invitation soliciting biographical information from Laue at the recommendation of J. R. L. Feilleux
7 "The Dilemmas of Mediation Practice: A Study of Ethical Dilemma and Policy Implications", 1992
report by Robert A. Baruch Bush for the National Institute for Dispute Resolution (NIDR)
8 Disney / Libby, 1989-1990
notes and proposal for "imagineered" pavilion of conflict resolution at Epcot
9 Dispute Resolution FORUM, Journal of the National Institute for Dispute Resolution (NIDR), 1986-1990
10 "Do As I Say: A Review Essay of John W. Burton, Resolving Deep-Rooted Conflict: A Handbook", 1988
by John N. Warfield
11 Earth Day, 1980
12 Economic Development Conflicts, November 1985
13 Engage/Social Action, May 1973, January 1975
"The Siege at Wounded Knee" and "Violence and Nonviolence in the Struggle for Social Justice"
14 Environmental Mediation International, 1986-1987
notes and papers on environmental law, the Union Carbide disaster in Bhopal, India, and the settlement of AIDS disputes
15 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - Negotiated Rulemaking, 1986-1988
Box Folder
13 1 EPCOT: An Introduction, 1976
2 Escalative Intervention in Small-Group Conflict, 1985
3 "The Ethics of Intervention in Community Disputes", 1973
by James Laue and Gerald W. Cormick
4 The Ethics of Social Intervention: Community Crisis Intervention Programs, 1973
edited by James Laue and Gerald W. Cormick
5 The Ethics of Social Intervention: Community Crisis Intervention Programs, 1973
duplicate
6 Evaluation of LEAA Grant No. 76-ED-99-0001, October 1976-1977
Center for Correctional Justice, Washington, DC: "Development of Inmate Grievance Procedures" - quarterly reports by John R. Hepburn, project director, and James Laue, principal investigator
7 Executive Seminar on Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures, 1989
US Army Corps of Engineers
8 Farm Debt Mediation: Background Information, 1987
9 "Farm Finance Mediation", 1985
by Stephen Erickson and Marilyn McKnight
10 Farmer-Lender Mediation Program, 1987
Minnesota State Planning Agency
11 Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service: 43rd Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1990, 1991
12 Fellowship, October/November 1988
magazine of the Fellowship on Reconciliation; cover features Palestinian demonstration in the West Bank
13 "The Field of Conflict Resolution: Cooptation or Social Change?", 1981
by James Laue
14 Final Report of the Bethel College Project Supported by the Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education, 1974-1977, 1978
Box Folder
14 1 Ford Foundation Consultation Policy, 1970-1971
Harvard Medical School's Laboratory of Community Psychiatry designation of Laue as Ford Foundation consultant
2 Ford Foundation Evaluation - National Center for Dispute Settlement (NCDS) and Racial Negotiations Project (RNP), part 1 of 2, Summer 1970
3 Ford Foundation Evaluation - NCDS and RNP, part 2 of 2, Summer 1970
4 Ford Foundation - First Monitoring Report for Grants, June 30, 1971
5 Ford Foundation Grants, 1971-1981
6 "Formal Mediation in Intergovernmental Disputes: Municipal Annexation Negotiations in Virginia, July/August 1985
by Roger Richman, copied from Public Administration Review
7 Fort Worth I-30 Expansion Dispute, Summer 1986
8 Fort Worth, part 1 of 2, December 17, 1987
9 Fort Worth, part 2 of 2, December 17, 1987
10 Fort Worth - Active, October 1986 - February 1988
11 "Fostering Development in Metropolitan St. Louis", December 1982
report submitted to John W. Hanley, Chairman of the City-County Task Force of Civic Progress, by Dana L. Spitzer, Regional Government Affairs Director, Monsanto Company
12 Foundation News: The Magazine of Philanthropy, May/June 1987
13 "The Future of Community Conflict Intervention", Summer 1982
by James Laue, copied from the Journal of Intergroup Relations
Box Folder
15 1 Gephardt/Hawley Farm Debt Mediation Title, 1987
notes
2 "Getting to the Table", 1986
by James Laue
3 "Getting to the Table: A Guide for Senior Managers", October 1990
by William Potapchuck, James Laue, and John S. Murray; US Army Corps of Engineers Working Paper No. 3, Alternative Dispute Resolution Series
4 Glossary - Conflict Resolution Book, undated
5 Grace United Methodist Church Newsletter, December 1987
6 Grant Proposal, undated
World Policy Institute
7 Guide to Situation Assessment / Guide to Conflict Assessment, ca. 1989
8 Holiday Inn, Alexandria, October 1985
report and correspondence on lost personal items
9 I-30 Working Group - Fort Worth, Texas, 1986
10 I-30 Working Group - Fort Worth, Texas, 1987
11 Iliff School of Theology, January 25-28, 1988
12 "Improved Quality of City Life through the Transcendental Meditation Program: Decreased Crime Rate", July 1976
by Candace Borland and Garland Landrith III
13 "In Defense of Creation: The Nuclear Crisis and a Just Peace", 1986
The United Methodist Council of Bishops
14 "Individual Experience and Critical Consciousness: Sources of Social Change in Everyday Life", undated
15 Inflation Forum, Roos/Gephardt, October 13, 1979
notes, news clippings, and memoranda
16 Institute for Community Economics - Revolving Loan Fund, 1987
17 Institute for Mediation and Conflict Resolution (IMCR) - Interim Report to the Ford Foundation, 1970
CMCR and BMCD monitoring
18 Institute for Mediation and Conflict Resolution (IMCR) - Monitoring Report to the Ford Foundation, 1971-1972
19 Institute for Servant Leadership, part 1 of 2, ca. 1978-1983
Box Folder
16 1 Institute for Servant Leadership, part 2 of 2, 1983
2 Intergroup Education Bibliography - National Conference on Christians and Jews, 1959
3 International Conflict and Nuclear Power, 1984-1987
4 International Mediation: A Working Guide, 1978
a Harvard Negotiation Project publication
5 International Mediation - Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1985-1992
articles and memoranda
6 International Mediation - Northern Ireland, Europe, Faulkland Islands, 1980-1992
7 Iowa Peace Institute, March-September 1991
newsletter, notes, articles
8 Iowa Peace Institute - Seminar on Conflict Resolution for Soviet Delegation and Iowa Hosts, August 20, 1988
coordinated by James Laue
Box Folder
17 1 Iowa Peace Institute - Tibet / John McDonald, Ambassador, part 1 of 2, 1990
2 Iowa Peace Institute - Tibet / John McDonald, Ambassador, part 2 of 2, 1990
3 Iowa Peace Institute - Vision Workshop, November 8, 1986
Iowa Memorial Union
4 Iowa Religious Leaders, 1992
Ecumenical Ministries of Iowa; includes notes and correspondence
5 Iran Hostages, 1980
6 Iran Hostages - Bill Blakemore, ABC News, 1980-1985
7 "Ireland and Northern Ireland: Review of a Visit", June 1986
8 James McCarthy, Director of the Center for Mediation in Higher Education, 1979
memoranda, project description, and progress report
9 Jehovah's Witnesses - Watchtower and Awake!, May 1960
journals
10 Jimmy Carter, 1978
speech quotes, press releases, and news clippings
11 John Dellenback, President of the Christian College Consortium, 1979
12 Journal of Intergroup Relations, November 1975; Summer 1981
issues include article and book review by Laue
13 Journal of Intergroup Relations, Summer 1982
James Laue, special issue editor and contributor
Box Folder
18 1 Journal of Urban Affairs, Vol. 5 No. 1, Winter 1983
Symposium on the Urban Impacts of Reagan Administration Policies
2 Kanawa County Schools Textbook Advisory Committee, 1974
report on review and vote on series of textbooks; Charleston, West Virginia
3 Kent State, 1970-1971
press releases and memoranda from Reverend John P. Adams and James Laue
4 Kent State, 1973
articles, press releases, and correspondence on Justice Department reopening inquiry into Kent State shooting
5 Kent State, 1977
statement of parents and families of students killed or wounded; correspondence between Kent State trustees and university president, Brage Golding; correspondence re: registration of Kent State shootings location as historic preservation site
6 Kent State, 1977
notes and memos on meetings with Kent State trustees, administrative representatives, and congressmen
7 Kent State, 1978-1981
Kent State Weekly (newsletter) and the Daily Kent Stater (newspaper); Kent State FACT (First Amendment Conservation Task-Force), Vol. 1 No. 2; memoranda from William Keeney of the Consortium on Peace Research, Education and Development (COPRED)
8 "Kent State and May 4th: A Social Science Perspective", 1978
by Thomas R. hensley and Jerry M. Lewis, 176 pages
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19 1 Kent State Meeting, July 1977
2 Kent State Meeting and Notes, July 1977
3 Kent State - Proposed Act to Preserve the Site of the Kent State Shootings, 1977
4 Kentucky Welfare Rights Handbook, 1970
5 Kettering Foundation - "Getting to the Table" Conference, 1986
6 Kettering Foundation - Negotiated Investment Strategy (NIS), 1981-1984
7 Kettering Review, 1984
8 KWMU Radio, University of Missouri, St. Louis [NPR] - "The Subject is Peacemaking", February 1987 - June 1987
9 "Lawyers and Judges - The Essential Humanists in a Technological Society", 1984
by Frank M. Coffin
10 Leadership St. Louis Program - Alumni Training, 1986-1987
11 "Learning to Wage Peace", ca. 1981
by James Laue
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20 1 "Living the Kingdom: Faith and Politics in the Northern Ireland Conflict", 1989
published by An Interchurch Group on Faith and Politics, 138 pages; includes notes for a sermon on peace
2 "Local Dispute Resolution: Its Relevance for International Negotiation", July 1989
by James Laue, 54 pages
3 "Mandated Participation and Settlement Coercion: Dispute Resolution as it Relates to the Courts", January 5, 1991
report from the Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolution (SPIDR)
4 "Mediating Urban Policy: A New Approach to Meeting the Needs of American Cities", 1982
an analysis of the negotiated investment strategy (NIS) by James Laue, 16 pages
5 Mediation: The Newsletter of FIRM, summer 1986
Forum for Initiatives in Reparation and Mediation
6 "Mediation in an Annexation Dispute", 1983
by Roger Richman
7 "Mediation Primer: A Training Guide for Mediators in the Criminal Justice System", 1983
by Dean E. Peachey, Brian Snyder, and Alan Teichroeb for Community Justice Initiatives of Waterloo Region
8 Mediation Quarterly - Editor's Notes and Correspondence, 1987-1988
9 Memorandum Re: Comparative Law in Japan and China, March 29, 1971
Faculty Dispute Resolution Seminar
10 Mennonite Conciliation Service Consultations, 1977-1978, 1986, 1988
Rev. John P. Adams
11 Mennonite Conciliation Service Mediation Training Manual, 1987
12 Meramec River Dam Dispute, 1977-1978
St. Louis
13 Meramec River Recreation Association, 1986-1987
14 Miami Convention Intervention Workshop, October 28-29, 1972
Washington, DC
15 Miami Interaction: A Publication of Continuing Education / Urban Affairs Project / University of Miami / Coral Gables, Florida, June 1969
16 Miami Recession, 1980
notes
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21 1 Miscellaneous Articles on Conflict Resolution, 1971-1988
2 Miscellaneous Articles on Conflict Resolution, 1977-1987
3 Miscellaneous Articles on Conflict Resolution, 1982-1993
4 Miscellaneous Articles on Conflict Resolution and Peacemaking, 1965-1993
5 Miscellaneous Materials on Conflict Resolution and Peacemaking, 1970-1989
6 Mississippi Negotiated Investment Strategy (NIS), December 1984
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22 1 Missouri Basin States Association, 1986-1988
2 Missouri Basin States Association Billings, November 12-13, 1986
3 Missouri Farms, Fall 1986
Conflict Clinic, Inc.
4 Mitigation of Litigation, June 19, 1979
5 "Model" Siting Negotiation Processes, undated
hazardous waste management planning
6 Music and Religion in Public Schools, part 1 of 3, 1979-1981
7 Music and Religion in Public Schools, part 2 of 3, 1979-1981
8 Music and Religion in Public Schools, part 3 of 3, 1979-1981
9 "The Myth of Mediation Neutrality", 1986
by Marlene Maskornick; rough draft with notes
10 National Association for Community Justice, October 1986
11 National Center for Dispute Settlement, part 1 of 3, 1972-1974
American Arbitration Association; newsletters, brochures, memoranda
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23 1 National Center for Dispute Settlement, part 2 of 3, 1972-1974
report on Massachusetts Correctional Institution at Walpole; class exercises and training materials
2 National Center for Dispute Settlement, part 3 of 3, 1972-1974
program development; news clippings; consultation materials - "The Processarians"; speech by Jery Wurf, President of the AFSCME; correspondence with Gerald W. Cormick, Director of the Community Crisis Intervention Center
3 National Center for Dispute Settlement - Carbon NCDS and RNP Evaluation for Ford Foundation Grant, September 1970
4 National Center for Dispute Settlement Monitoring Report, Ford Foundation, 1972
5 National Center for Dispute Settlement - National Institute of Mental Health Campus Unrest Proposal, 1970
6 National Institute for Dispute Resolution - "Program on Professional Education: Grants Announcement and Progress Report", September 1987
7 National Institute for Dispute Resolution - Progress Report and Reports 2-4, 1986
includes letter informing Laue of National Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution sponsored by NIDR and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
8 Nebraska - Disputes Between Farmers and Lenders, Fall 1986
article and notes
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24 1 Negotiated Investment Strategy (NIS) Agreement, July 1979 - June 1980
notes and memoranda; Gary, Indiana
2 Negotiated Investment Strategy (NIS) Agreement, July - December 1980
notes
3 "A Negotiated Investment Strategy: The City of Gary, Indiana", December 10, 1980
report with documents prepared by teams representing the City of Gary, the State of Indiana, and the Region V (Chicago) Office of the Federal Regional Council, United States Government
4 Negotiated Investment Strategy - Mediating Urban Policy, 1981-1982
5 Negotiated Investment Strategy Notes, Fall 1982
6 Negotiated Investment Strategy - Status of the Agreement After the First Year, December 21, 1981
7 Neighborhood Conflict Resolution, 1982-1984
misc. brochures and newsletters
8 Neighborhood Development, January 3, 1977
James Laue and Elliot Stein, Jr.
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25 1 Neighborhood Justice Center - Kansas City, Missouri, 1978-1981
contains memoranda and meeting minutes; Maurice Macey, director
2 Neighborhood Resources Center Manual, ca. 1979
University of Missouri, St. Louis
3 North-Central Regional Series on Community Development and Human Relations, 1974-1975
Nos. 36-1, 36-2, 36-4, 36-8, 36-9, and 36-11
4 Northern Ireland Visitors, March 1988
5 Notes on Conflict Resolution, 1986-1988
6 Nuclear Crisis and the Pursuit of Peace, 1985-1986
United Methodist Council of Bishops
7 Oaklawn Center, 1967-1970
correspondence and brochure; community crisis intervention; Harvard Medical School
8 "Out of Court: A Simulation of Mediation", 1982
mediation training packet by Ethan Katsh and Janet Rifkin
9 "Overcoming Cultural Impediments to Human Survival", 1977
by David G. Gil
10 Partners for Democratic Change, 1992
11 Partnership Forum for Children and Family Services - Full Meeting: Agenda Setting, July 25 and August 9, 1984
Massachusetts Department of Social Services (DSS); Larry Susskind
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26 1 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Correspondence to Mediation Staff, Summer and Fall 1984
Lawrence Susskind, Maurice Boisvert, Sylvia Watts, Daniel Donahue
2 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Drafts: Sections of Agreement, December 1984 - January 1985
Massachusetts DSS; Public Private Partnership Program (PPPP); NIS; Lawrence Susskind; Wendy Fishbeck; Inter-University Consortium to Improve the Theory and Practice of Dispute Resolution
3 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Final Agreement Drafts and Executive Summary, 1985
4 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Full Session, October 9, 1984
meeting minutes
5 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Full Session, November 2, 1984
6 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Full Session, November 15, 1984
7 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Full Session, November 30, 1984
8 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Full Session, December 11, 1984
9 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Full Session, December 20, 1984
10 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Full Session, January 18, 1985
11 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Full Session (Last), March 7, 1985
12 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Full Session Summaries, 1984
13 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Mediation Staff Meetings and Negotiation Training for Team Leaders, October - December 1984
NIS, DSS, Lawrence Susskind, Denise Magden
14 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Negotiation Training / BAIT, July 12, 1984
15 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Notes and Correspondence, 1984-1985
16 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Process - Personal Questions, Comments, Analysis, 1984
17 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Report Drafts and Notes, part 1, 1985
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27 1 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Report Drafts and Notes, part 2, 1985
2 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Reports from the Mediator, December 1984 - March 1985
3 Partnership Forum for Social Service Priorities - Signing Ceremony and Speeches - Team Leaders: Susskind and Matava
4 Peace in Action, Vol. 3, No. 2, August 1987
5 "Planning in the Face of Conflict: Mediated Negotiation Strategies in Local Land Use Permitting Processes", undated
by John Forester, 59 pages
6 "Play Fair" Children's Conflict Resolution Workshop, 1989-1990
7 Policy Mediation Summary, 1986
8 Poverty in America - Miscellaneous Articles, 1970-1986
9 President Carter's Report on the Reform and Restructuring of the United Nations System, 1978
10 Prison Site Visits - Attica Correctional Facility in New York; Kirkland Correctional Institution in South Carolina; Kentucky Bureau of Corrections, 1977
memoranda from John Hepburn to James Laue and Martha Becker
11 "Prisoner Redress: Analysis of an Inmate Grievance Procedure", April 1980
by James Laue
12 Procedures for Negotiating Proposed Regulations, undated
Administrative Conference of the United States
13 Proposal for a Pilot Project in School-Based Mediation for Arlington County Public Schools, 1987
14 Public Private Partnership Program - Mediation Staff Meetings, 1984
Lawrence Susskind, Massachusetts DSS
15 Reflections of a Social Mediator on the Harvard Conference on Dispute Resolution, Fall 1982
16 Religion and Conflict - "Looking Ahead: Beyond Morgenthau" and "Chapter 13: Summing Up", October 31, 1992
17 The Religious Community in Social Conflict Resolution: A Workshop at Lindenwood Colleges, St. Charles, Missouri, May 12-13, 1983
18 Report of Field Research Activities at Kirkland Correctional Facility and South Carolina Department of Corrections, Columbia, South Carolina, September 26-28, 1977
memorandum from James Laue to John Hepburn and Martha Becker
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28 1 Resolve No. 19, 1988
newsletter of the Conservation Foundation
2 Resumes, 1985
3 "A Review of the Geneva Negotiations on Strategic Arms Reduction", June 1987
by David Cox; the Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security, Background Paper No. 13
4 Rural Mediation Coalition - Mediation of Disputes between Farmers and Lenders, August 1986
5 Ruffin / MRA - Caux Scholars Program, 1992-1993
6 Rutgers Paper - "Conflict Transformation: Local and Translocal Linkages", April 2-3, 1990
7 Sermon - "Black Power, White Power, God's Power", February 12, 1967
Gethsemane Methodist Church
8 Sermon - "Gifts of Peace", 1981-1988
9 Sermon - "God, Tobacco Farmer", November 13, 1988
St. Stephen's
10 Sermon - "Grace and Peacemaking: A Christian View on Conflict Resolution", September 16, 1984
11 Sermon - Hennepin Ave. United Methodist Church, February 6-8, 1987
12 Sermon - "In Defense of Creation", December 4, 1988
13 Sermon - Independence Day / Lincoln, July 5, 1981
14 Sermon - Laity Day, November - December 1986
15 Sermon - "Marks of Wholeness", November 8, 1987
Susan Thistlethwaite
16 Sermon - Memorial Day and the Prince of Peace, May 24, 1992
17 Sermon - "Palm Sunday in Belfast, Johannesburg, Moscow, and Jerusalem", April 12, 1992
18 Sermon - United Methodist Church General Conference, July 1, 1984
Baltimore, Maryland
19 Sermon - "Xian as Peacemaker", May 7, 1989
RF, UCC
20 Sermons - Peacemaking, Iran Crisis, etc., 1977-1980
21 "Snow White and the 17 Dwarfs: From Metro Cooperation to Governance", January - February 1987
by David B. Walker
22 "Social Change, Dissent, and Violence", 1970
by James Laue
23 "The Social Role of Antagonists and Third-Party Interveners in Violent Confrontations", 1969, 1972
by John Spiegel, Lemberg Center for the Study of Violence
24 "Societal Violence and Violence in Families", 1977
by David G. Gil
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29 1 Society for International Education, Training, and Research (SIETAR), 1984
2 Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolution (SPIDR) - "Making the Tough Calls: Ethical Exercises for Neutral Dispute Resolvers", 1991
Anne B. Thomas, editor
3 Solidarity, Vols. III and IV, December 1985 and 1987
newsletter of the Committee in Solidarity with Latin American Non-Violent Movements
4 South Africa and Apartheid, 1989
5 St. Louis School Desegregation Order, 1978-1980
court cases and report of the Center for Metropolitan Studies, University of Missouri, St. Louis
6 Statement by Helmut Kimpel re: World Service Authority, July 23, 1980
7 Statewide Dispute Resolution Initiatives Compilation, 1988
8 Strategies and Techniques of Crisis Prevention in Local School Systems, part 1 of 2, 1978
9 Strategies and Techniques of Crisis Prevention in Local School Systems, part 2 of 2, 1978
10 "Strategies to Manage Political Conflict in Northern Ireland in the Eighties: Paradigms or Placebos?", September 1989
by Padraig O'Malley
11 A Tentative Comparative Study of Cultural Assumptions Related to Negotiation, December 1987
12 Testimony of Dr. David G. Gil, Brandeis University , February 14, 1978
Congressional Hearings on "Research into Violent Behavior"
13 "Theory and Practice of Negotiated Rulemaking", Fall 1985
by Lawrence Susskind and Gerard McMahon, Yale Journal of Regulation
14 "Third Men in New Arenas of Conflict: An Assessment of the Work of the National Center for Dispute Settlement", November 1970
by James Laue
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30 1 "Third Men in New Arenas of Conflict" - Duplicates, November 1970
by James Laue
2 "Third Party Intervention in Community Disputes", August 29, 1973
by James Laue
3 "Third Party Intervention in Community Disputes: A Review of the Experience to Date", ca. 1972
by Gerald W. Cormick and James Laue
4 "Third Party Intervention: Successful Entry for the Uninvited", 1984
by John S. Murray
5 Trinity Forum for International Security and Conflict Resolution - The Central American Peace Process, 1989
6 Tucson, Arizona - Conflict Resolution Seminar and Goals for Tucson, part 1 of 2, January - April 1983
7 Tucson, Arizona - Conflict Resolution Seminar and Goals for Tucson, part 2 of 2, January - April 1983
8 Tucson - Negotiated Investment Strategy (NIS) Speech, February 5, 1983
contains notes, correspondence, and news clippings
9 Tucson Tomorrow - Notes and Reference Materials, 1978-1983
10 United Methodist Church Council of Bishops, 1988-1989
includes materials for a workshop on "The Bishop's Role as Conflict Resolver"
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31 1 Urban Conflict Mediation Book - Chapter Drafts, 1972
2 "Urban Conflict: What Role for Negotiations and Mediation?", June 1971
by James Laue
3 "Urban Politics and Poverty: An Analysis of Community Action Programs", 1966
prepared by Arthur B. Shostak; 6 pages
4 Urban Solutions Project - KETC-TV / UMSL / UMA Series, 1979-1984
contains correspondence, notes, and information on producing a public-access television series
5 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Alternative Dispute Resolution Series Pamphlets, 1989-1990
6 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Alternative Dispute Resolution Series Pamphlets, 1989-1992
7 U.S. Policy and Radical Regimes - Stanley Foundation Vantage Conference, 1986
8 Vitarello Development Associates, Inc. - Financing Urban Development, 1986
9 "Waging Peace: Virginia Leads the Way", ca. 1990
by James Laue
10 "Why Liberals Hate 'Single Issues'", April 1980
Joh M. Ashbrook , Ohio Senator
11 World Class Exhibition Facilities and Services, ca. 1985
International Exposition Center, Cleveland, Ohio
Series 3: Peace Academy Campaign Papers, 1947-1990, bulk 1976-1990
This series documents Laue's leading role in the campaign to establish a U.S. Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution. The series includes public hearings conducted by the Commission on Proposals for the National Academy of Peace, which Laue chaired in 1978-1980; Congressional records and hearings regarding the establishment of the U.S. Academy of Peace; newsletters, brochures, and meeting minutes of the National Peace Academy Campaign (N-PAC), which Laue co-founded in 1976; and various administrative, financial, and promotional materials from the National Peace Academy Foundation / National Peace Institute Foundation (NPAF/NPIF), and the U.S. Academy of Peace / U.S. Institute of Peace (USAP/USIP).
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31 12 Assignment: To Wage Peace, June 1979
by Howard B. Christenson
13 Campaign for a U.S. Peace Academy, March 1979
by J. David Singer, printed in The Bulletin
14 "Campaign Underway for National Peace Academy", January 1979
Newscope
15 Carter Center - International Negotiation Network, 1988
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32 1 Commission - Biographic Summaries of Commissioners, 1980
note: items under the heading "Commission" pertain to the work of the U.S. Commission on Proposals for the National Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution
2 Commission - Brief Discussion of the Summaries of Witness Testimony, ca. 1980-1981
3 Commission - Briefing Seminar, December 1979 - February 1980
4 Commission - Budget and Personnel Committee Agenda, December 1979 - January 1980
5 Commission - Correspondence, April - June 1979; December 1980 - January 1981
6 Commission - Denver; Understanding between CRS and the Commission, February - March 1980
7 Commission - Design Paper for the Work of the Commission, March - December 1980
8 Commission - Executive Summary, January 1980
9 Commission - Executive Summary of Commission Findings, 1980
10 Commission - Final Report Drafts and Comments, part 1 of 2, December 1980
11 Commission - Final Report Drafts and Comments, part 2 of 2, December 1980 - February 1981
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33 1 Commission - "Interim Report of the U.S. Commission on Proposals for the National Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution", 1980
2 Commission - Interim Report to Congress and the President, August 1980
3 Commission - Introduction of Honorable Spark M. Matsunaga, April 1980
4 Commission - Local Research Contacts, 1980
5 Commission - Minutes of the First Meeting , December 12, 1979
6 Commission - Notes and Correspondence, April - June 1980
7 Commission - Notes and Hearings, part 1 of 2, Summer 1980
8 Commission - Notes and Hearings, part 2 of 2, Summer 1980
9 Commission - Notebook of Commission Findings, part 1 of 2, June - July 1980
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34 1 Commission - Notebook of Commission Findings, part 2 of 2, June - July 1980
2 Commission - Organizational Meeting, 1979
3 Commission - Panelists' Testimony Questions, ca. 1980
4 Commission - Proposal for Private Funds to Support the Work of the Commission, 1980
5 Commission - Public Seminar: Atlanta, Georgia, June 23-24, 1980
6 Commission - Public Seminar: Boston, Massachusetts, June 2, 1980
7 Commission - Public Seminar: Boulder, Colorado, March 9-11, 1980
8 Commission - Public Seminar: Dallas, Texas, June 6-7, 1980
9 Commission - Public Seminar: Honolulu, Hawaii, part 1 of 2, July 7-8, 1980
10 Commission - Public Seminar: Honolulu, Hawaii, part 2 of 2
11 Commission - Public Seminar: Los Angeles, California, May 12-13, 1980
12 Commission - Public Seminar: New York, New York, June 196-17, 1980
13 Commission - Public Seminar Schedule, March 1980
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35 1 Commission - Public Seminar: St. Louis, Missouri, April 21-22, 1980
2 Commission - Public Seminars, 1980
3 Commission - Statement by Edward F. Snyder, July 22, 1980
4 Commission - Statement by James E. Kundle, July 22, 1980
5 Commission - Statement by John T. Sprout, July 22, 1980
6 Commission - Statement by Richard C. Williams, Economist, ca. June - July 1980
7 Commission - Statement by Robert E. Stein of Environmental Mediation International, ca. July 22, 1980
8 Commission - Statement by Robert J. Pranger - Outline of Remarks, July 22, 1980
9 Commission - Statement by the World Federalists Association, July 23, 1980
10 Commission - Supplemental Briefing Materials, July 17, 1980
11 Commission - Testimony of Kenneth E. Boulding to Commission, March 10, 1980
12 Commission - Testimony of Richard D. Fincher and the American Arbitration Association, June 3, 1980
13 Commission - "To Establish a United States Academy of Peace," Last Outline and First Five Preliminary Chapters, 1981
14 Commission - "To Establish a United States Academy of Peace," Outline of the Final Report of the Commission With Notes, 1981
15 Commission Timetable, Fall 1980
16 Commission - Weekly Briefing Memorandum, March 20, 1980
17 Commission - Weekly Briefing Memorandum, March 27, 1980
18 Commission - Witnesses - Biographic Summaries, June 2-3, 1980
19 Congressional Hearings - "Community Peacemaking: Its Role in a United States Academy for Peace and Conflict Resolution," Testimony from James H. Laue Prepared for Public Hearings on H.R. 10192 and S. 469 to Establish a Commission on Proposals for a U.S. Peace Academy, January 24, 1978
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36 1 Congressional Hearings - Correspondence and Materials Regarding H.R. 5088 to Establish a U.S. Academy of Peace, February - May 1982
2 Congressional Hearings - "Peace and Conflict Resolution at the Community Level: The Role of Mediators and Other Interveners", May 13, 1976
Laue's statement for Senate Bill 1976 to establish the George Washington Peace Academy
3 Congressional Hearings - Statement by Bryant Wedge, James Laue, and Lupe Anguiano, January 24, 1978
transcript recorded by Anderson Reporting Company
4 Congressional Hearings - Statement by Carleton S. Coons, Jr. re: H.R. 10192 to Establish a Commission on Proposals for a U.S. Peace Academy, January 25, 1978
5 Congressional Hearings - Statement by Gregory B. Wolf re: H.R. 8791 to Establish a Commission on Proposals for a U.S. Peace Academy, January 25, 1978
6 Congressional Hearings - Statement by Robert Coulson, President of the American Arbitration Association
7 Congressional Hearings - Statement by Senator Sparks Matsunaga Supporting H.R. 10192, January 25, 1978
8 Congressional Hearings - Testimonial Package from William F. Lincoln re: H.R. 10192, 1975-1978
9 Congressional Hearings - Testimony before the Subcommittee on Education, Arts, and Humanities re: S. 1889 and S. 564, part 1 of 2, 1982-1983
10 Congressional Hearings - Testimony before the Subcommittee on Education, Arts, and Humanities re: S. 1889 and S. 564, part 1 of 2, 1982-1983
11 Congressional Hearings - Testimony before the Subcommittee on International Security and Scientific Affairs re: H.R. 5088, July 20, 1982
12 Congressional Hearings - Testimony of James H. Laue on H.R. 5088, July 20, 1982
13 Congressional Hearings - Testimony of James H. Laue on S. 1889, The U.S. Academy of Peace Act, April 21, 1982
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37 1 Congressional Hearings - Testimony of James H. Laue on S. 564, The Academy of Peace Act, March 16, 1983
2 Congressional Hearings - Testimony of Robert J. Conlan, Executive Director of the National Peace Institute Foundation, before the Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, May 15, 1986
3 Congressional Hearings - "The Uses of a Peace Academy Commission," Statement before the House Subcommittee on International Operations, by Louis Kriesberg, January 1978
4 Congressional Records and Amendments, part 1 of 3, 1980-1983
5 Congressional Records and Amendments, part 2 of 3, 1980-1986
6 Congressional Records and Amendments, part 3 of 3, 1977-1981
7 Congressional Records and Hearings re: National Academy of Peace, 1975; 1978
H.R. 5088, H.R. 6182
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38 1 Congressional Records - George Washington Peace Academy Act, 1975-1976
S. 1976
2 Congressional Records - H.R. 1747, S. 469, S. 957, H.R. 10192
3 Congressional Records - H.R. 19102 Testimony and Grant Proposals, November 1977 - January 1978
4 Congressional Records - H.R. 5167 Title IV - U.S. Academy of Peace Act with Proposed Amendments, ca. 1982
5 Congressional Records - Proposals to Establish a U.S. Academy of Peace - Joint Hearing, 1982
6 Congressional Records - State Resolutions to Establish Peace Institutes, 1982-1985
7 Congressional Records - The Situation in El Salvador: Hearings before the Committee on Foreign Relations, U.S. Senate, 1981
8 Consortium on Peace Research, Education, and Development (COPRED) - Peace Chronicle, 1988
9 Directors of National Peace Groups, ca. 1988
10 Ethical Society of St. Louis Event Program, April 8, 1979
lists address by Laue titled, "On Penitence and Causing Peace: Are We Ready for a U.S. Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution?"
11 "A Few Things to Keep in Mind about the Peace Academy", ca. 1978
12 "For a Peace Academy" New York Times Article, July 7 - 1981
13 Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, December 1986
14 International Peace Studies Newsletter, Winter 1979
15 Interview with J. N. Moore and James Laue for Peace Institute Reporter, July - October 1986
16 KWMU, "The Subject is Peacemaking", May 1987
17 KWMU, "The Subject is Peacemaking" - Commentary, 1987
18 Lentz International Peace Research Award Dinner Invitation, April 20, 1980
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39 1 Letter to the Editor, Washington Post, 1977
2 Long Draft of Letters to James Laue and Andrew Young from Bryant Wedge re: Preparing Testimony for House Hearings, November 22, 1976
3 "Marketing Peace", 1979
by William J. Spencer
4 Miscellaneous Notes, 1976-1979
5 Mississippi Peace Cruise, August 5-8, 1988
6 Mississippi Peace Cruise, August 5-14, 1988
7 Monitor Editorial Department re: New York Times Article, September 20, 1979
letter from Laue to Henrietta Buckmaster, editor of the Christian Science Monitor's Home Forum page
8 "National Peace Academy: Background and Discussion", February 1978
article by Mary Liebman in Prioritas
9 National Peace Academy Campaign (N-PAC) - Action (Steering and Advisory) Committee Meetings, 1977-1978
note: N-PAC refers to an official organization working to establish a U.S. Academy of Peace, whereas other files in this series pertain to the peace academy campaign more generally
10 N-PAC Ad Hoc Committee for the National Peace Academy Bill, Summer 1976
11 N-PAC Advisory Committee, July 11, 1977
12 N-PAC and Sponsors Invitation to the Mayflower Hotel, February 6, 1978
13 N-PAC Annual Report, 1978
14 N-PAC - Arguments Commonly Raised Against a Peace Academy, ca. 1978
15 N-PAC - Articles, Clippings, and Correspondence, 1982-1985
16 N-PAC Audited Financial Statements, 1983-1985
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40 1 N-PAC Board Meeting, November 17, 1983
2 N-PAC Board Meeting, April 19, 1984
3 N-PAC - Brief Bibliography, ca. 1978
4 N-PAC Briefing Points on the National Peace Academy, March 1979
5 N-PAC Briefing Summary for the U.S. Academy for Peace and Conflict Resolution, ca. 1979
6 N-PAC Brochures, 1981-1986
7 N-PAC - Bryant Wedge Memo to Campaign Members and Contributors, December 25, 1977
8 N-PAC - "But What Can the Churches Do about Peace?", ca. 1980
pamphlet
9 N-PAC - Campaign Files, 1976
10 N-PAC - Campaign Files, September 1976 - January 1977
contains correspondence, meeting minutes, newsletters, notes, and memoranda
11 N-PAC - Campaign Files, 1977
contains correspondence, meeting minutes, newsletters, notes, and memoranda
12 N-PAC - Campaign Files, 1977
contains correspondence, meeting minutes, newsletters, notes, and memoranda
13 N-PAC - Campaign Files, 1977
contains correspondence, meeting minutes, newsletters, notes, and memoranda
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41 1 N-PAC - Campaign Files, 1977-1981
2 N-PAC - Campaign Files, November 13-14, 1978
3 N-PAC - Campaign Files, 1978-1979
4 N-PAC - Campaign Files, 1982-1985
5 N-PAC - Campaign Update, 1977-1978
6 N-PAC - Campaign Update, Fall 1979
7 N-PAC - Campaign Update and News Clippings on H.R. 1249 and S. 564, Fall 1983
8 N-PAC - Campaign Updates, 1982-1986
9 N-PAC - Christian Science Monitor Articles, December 1981
10 N-PAC - Coming Events Coordinated by the Washington Office, 1978
11 N-PAC - Copy Draft for New N-PAC Brochure, ca. 1978
12 N-PAC - DC Trip, October 1977
13 N-PAC - "Development of a U.S. Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution: Analysis and Forecast, 1976-80" , 1978-1985
by James Laue
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42 1 N-PAC - "Development of a U.S. Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution: Analysis and Forecast, 1976-80," Draft, 1978
by James Laue
2 N-PAC - Draft By-Laws of the National Peace Academy Campaign, February 1978
3 N-PAC - Draft Resolution Proposal to United Nations, April 1, 1977
4 N-PAC Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, 1983-1984
5 N-PAC Executive Council Meeting Agenda, March 1979
6 N-PAC Executive Council Roster, 1978
7 N-PAC Expense Sheet, 1977-1978
8 N-PAC Fiscal Summary, 1978
9 N-PAC Guidelines for Receptions, ca. 1978
10 N-PAC - James Laue Resume and History of the N-PAC, 1983
11 N-PAC Legislative Fact Sheet on the Peace Academy Commission Bill, August 1978
14 N-PAC Legislative Strategy, 1983
13 N-PAC Memoranda, 1978-1979
14 N-PAC Memoranda, September 1983 - October 1984
15 N-PAC Memorandum and Bibliography, 1979-1982
16 N-PAC Issue Paper, Winter 1978
17 N-PAC News Summary, 1977-1978
18 N-PAC News Summary, August 1978
19 N-PAC Notes, 1978-1979
20 N-PAC Organizational Components Flowchart, Memo, and Personnel, 1979
21 N-PAC - Peace Academy Benefit, February 6, 1978, and U.N. Ambassadors, 1977-1978
22 N-PAC - "Playing the Game to Win: Strategies and Tactics of Interest Groups in American Politics, December 1978
N-PAC Case Study by Regina Ceisler
23 N-PAC Press Releases and Promotional Brochures , 1981
24 N-PAC - Proposal for Preparation of a Ford Foundation Briefing Report, July 13, 1979
25 N-PAC Proposal for a National Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution, ca. 1976
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43 1 N-PAC Resumes and Personnel, 1977-1979
2 N-PAC Statements, Speeches and Press Releases on Establishing a U.S. Department of Peace, 1972-1980
3 N-PAC - "A Thumbnail History of the Campaign for a U.S. Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution", 1977
4 N-PAC - Wedge and Spencer - Papers, Action Updates, Brochure, 1976-1977
5 National Peace Academy Foundation (NPAF) - Articles / Publication, 1984-1986
note: items under the heading "NPAF" pertain to the financial wing of the U.S. Academy of Peace
6 NPAF - Burl and Dorothy Ives Benefit Concert, Financial, Correspondence, 1982
7 NPAF - Correspondence re: Burl Ives Benefit Concert, November - December 1982
8 NPAF - DC Trip - N-PAC Board and NPAF, 1983
9 NPAF - "Establishing the United States Institute of Peace: The Next Six Months", November 8, 1984
10 NPAF - Executive Committee Meeting Minutes and Financial Statements, 1982-1984
11 NPAF Files, September - October 1982
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44 1 NPAF Files, March - May 1983
2 NPAF Files, 1983-1984
3 NPAF Files, November 1984 - January 1985
4 NPAF - Financial and Tax Exemption, 1982-1984
5 NPAF Minutes, Memos, Notes, etc., March - April 1983
6 NPAF Minutes, Memos, Notes, etc., Summer 1983
7 NPAF Minutes, Memos, Notes, etc., Summer 1983
8 NPAF / N-PAC Joint Meeting, September 1984
9 NPAF / N-PAC Merger, October 1983
10 NPAF - "The U.S. Academy of Peace: A long Step Toward Real Security", by Frank K. Kelly, 44 pages
11 "The National Peace Academy: Suggestions on Structure and Process", February 1978
12 National Peace Education Fund (NPEF) - Briefing Report for Members of the Commission, December 1979
13 NPEF - Conflict Resolution Technique Survey, June 9, 1980
14 NPEF - DC / NPAE
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45 1 National Peace Institute Foundation (NPIF) - Annual Reports, 1986-1987
note: the National Peace Academy Foundation changed its name to the National Peace Institute Foundation in 1985
2 NPIF Board and Executive Committee Meetings, 1985-1986
3 NPIF Board Meeting Minutes, 1984-1986
4 NPIF Board Meeting Minutes, 1985-1986
5 NPIF Board Meeting Minutes, 1985-1987
6 NPIF Board Meeting Minutes, May - June 1985
7 NPIF Board Meeting Minutes, June - July 1965
8 NPIF Board Meeting Minutes, December 13, 1985
9 NPIF Board Meeting Minutes, June 19, 1986
Box Folder
46 1 NPIF Board Meeting Minutes, September - December 1986
2 NPIF Board Meeting Minutes, January - March 1987
3 NPIF Board Meeting Minutes, June 19, 1987
includes Ralph Nader article, "Neglecting Peace"
4 NPIF Board Meeting Minutes, December 11, 1987
5 NPIF Board Meeting Minutes, March 18, 1988 - 1989
6 NPIF Board Meeting Minutes, 1988
7 NPIF Board Meetings of the Midwest Regional Council, part 1 of 2, July - August 1986
8 NPIF Board Meetings of the Midwest Regional Council, part 2 of 2, September 1986 - January 1986
9 NPIF - "Building Peace: A Five Year Plan", April - December 1985
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47 1 NPIF - Excuses for Board Members' Absence, March 1986
2 NPIF Files, 1991-1993
3 NPIF Financial Statements, 1985
4 NPIF Financial Statements, 1987
5 NPIF Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1, ca. 1985
6 NPIF Leadership Concerns, April 1986
alcoholism
7 NPIF - Lists of Appointments to the Board, 1985
8 NPIF Membership Survey, 1985
9 NPIF - Peace Institute Reporter, 1986-1992
newsletter
10 NPIF - Peacemaking Behavior: Major Research Areas, 1986
11 NPIF Quarterly Report, Second Quarter, August 1985
12 NPIF - Regional Guide, Draft, ca. 1986
13 NPIF Steering Committee, January 1985
14 NPIF - Symposium, Ireland, October 12-21, 1985
15 NPIF Trip to California and Hawaii; Francoise Hall, August 17 - September 8, 1985
16 NPIF Updates, August - November 1985
17 Peace Academy and the Committee for American-Iranian Crisis Resolution, 1979-1980
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48 1 Peace Academy Book Materials, part 1 of 2, 1976-1978
2 Peace Academy Book Materials, part 2 of 2, 1980
proposal for National Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution
3 "A Peace Academy May Be Coming", November 24, 1978
Focal Point
4 Peace and Change: A Journal of Peace Research, Author and Subject Index, Vols. 1-3 and Vol. 8, No. 2/3, Summer 1977; Summer 1982
5 Peace Research Journal, 1982, 1991
6 Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution - Miscellaneous Journals and Newsletters, 1988-1991
7 "Peacemaking: Strategies and Skills for Just Resolution of Conflict", April 1981
by James Laue, printed in Engage / Social Action
8 "Peacemaking Without Division", 1986
by Patricia Washburn and Robert Gribbon
9 "A Plan of a Peace-Office for the United States", 1947
by Benjamin Rush, first published in 1789
10 Pre-Publication Draft: For Women's International Feminist Quarterly - "Perspectives of Women Researchers on Disarmament", ca. 1979
by Elise Boulding
11 Promoting "... The Peaceful Resolution of International Conflict": Contributions of the Emerging Field of Conflict Resolution, ca. 1986
by James Laue
12 "Resistance to the Idea of a Peace Institute: an idea 'loved to death'", 1977
by Joseph H. Herzberg
13 Sermon - "Christians and the U.S. Peace Academy: Is There a Future?", November 21, 1982
by James Laue
14 Sermon - "Xian and the U.S. Academy of Peace", May 23 - July 25, 1982
Cleveland, Ohio; Albert L. Jeandheur
15 "Study Group Report Calls for Founding U.S. Peace Academy", September 26, 1980
St. Louis Review
16 The Survival of Andy Young, August 8, 1979
17 Terrorism: A Peace Academy Can Help, May 1978
18 To Move the Whole Future, March 1979
by Milton C. Mapes in Anthropology and Humanism Quarterly
19 "Toward a Peacekeeping Academy," Early Draft, September 1981
by Arthur I. Waskow
20 United States Academy of Peace (USAP) - MLK Center Dedication Speech and Notes, ca. 1982
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49 1 United States Institute of Peace (USIP) Board Correspondence, 1985-1986
note: the U.S. Academy of Peace changed its name to the U.S. Institute of Peace in 1984
2 USIP Board Meeting, February 25-26, 1986
3 USIP Board Meeting, February 25-26, 1986
revised agenda
4 USIP Board Meeting, April 1986
5 USIP Board Meeting, September 18, 1986
6 USIP Board Meeting, January - March 1987
7 USIP Board of Directors - Questions for Candidates, December 1985
8 USIP Briefing, December 11, 1984
9 USIP - "Dialogues on Conflict Resolution: Bridging Theory and Practice", 1993
by W. Scott Thompson, James Laue, Brian Urquhart, and Chester A. Crocker
10 USIP Grants, ca. 1984
11 USIP Journal, 1988-1993
newsletter of the USIP
12 USIP - Letters of Endorsement for Laue's Nomination to the Board of Directors, February - March 1985
13 USIP Miscellaneous Files, 1985
14 USIP Newsletters and Brochures, 1986-1990
15 USIP Program Update, February 27, 1987
16 USIP - PoN SC, February 3, 1987
17 William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, May 11, 1978; February 13, 1979
18 William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Grant, 1986-1987
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50 1 Waging Peace: Working Together on National Security and Arms Control, 1985
a project of the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs of the University of Minnesota in cooperation with the Committee for National Security, Honeywell, Inc., and the League of Women Voters of Minnesota; 104 pages
2 We Can Have Peace!, ca. 1977
by Bryant Wedge
3 Why a Department of Peace?, 1969
by Frederick L. Schuman
4 Young, Andrew - "The Young Mission," Saturday Review, and "Young's Leaving Has Obscured His Policy Successes," Washington Post, July 9, 1977; August 26, 1979
Series 4: Civil Rights Papers, 1956-1988
This series documents Laue's involvement in the Civil Rights movement during the 1960s. The series is divided into two subseries. Subseries 4.1, Direct Action and Desegregation, covers Laue's activism in the Civil Rights movement during the early 1960s and includes notes, interviews, and other materials used in his dissertation, Direct Action and Desegregation, 1960-1962 as well as later essays on Civil Rights by Laue and others. This subseries also contains memoranda, pamphlets, and newsletters from such prominent Sixties grass-roots organizations as the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), the Southern Regional Council (SRC), and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Subseries 4.2, Community Relations Service (CRS), documents Laue's work for the CRS under the U.S. Department of Justice in the mid to late 1960s, where he became the head of Program Evaluation and Development. Materials include reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, personnel files, and speeches.
Subseries 4.1: Direct Action and Desegregation, 1956-1988, bulk 1960-1969
This subseries covers Laue's activism in the Civil Rights movement during the early 1960s and includes notes, interviews, and other materials used in his dissertation, Direct Action and Desegregation, 1960-1962 as well as later essays on Civil Rights by Laue and others. This subseries also contains memoranda, pamphlets, and newsletters from such prominent Sixties grass-roots organizations as the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), the Southern Regional Council (SRC), and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC).
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50 5 "Afterword: New York City in 1970", 1970
by Nathan Glazer and Daniel P. Moynihan, 103 pages
6 American Child, Vol. 47, No. 4: "Which Way Community Action Programs?", November 1965
7 Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, March and July 1969
8 Albany, Georgia I - Article Draft, 1961-1962
includes notes, news clippings, and a pamphlet on the civil rights movement in Albany prepared by Students for a Democratic Society
9 Albany, Georgia II - General, 1962
includes notes, news clippings, and an essay on Albany by Howard Zinn, prepared for the Southern Regional Council
10 Albany, Georgia III - Anecdotal, 1962
includes notes, news clippings, and information on a Prayer Pilgrimage in Albany on August 27
11 Articles on Racial Conflict and Mediation, 1965-1988
articles by James Laue
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51 1 "The Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching: A Commentary on the Role of the 'Moderate'", 1965
by James Laue and Leon McCorkle
2 Atlanta, 1960-1961
includes a special report from the Southern Regional Council titled, "Plans for Progress: Atlanta Survey"
3 Atlanta Conference with Ministers, February 1961
contains notes for a talk titled "Atlanta: on Church and Power Structure"
4 The Black Law Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2, Summer 1971
5 Black Manifesto, etc., 1969-1970
6 The Black Movement: A Social History of Protest in the '60s, 1977
revised draft by Martin Oppenheimer and James Laue, 150 pages
7 Black Panthers, 1969
magazine examining the Black Panther movement, edited by Patricia Sachs, written by J. Alvin Kugelmass, published by Universal Publishing and Distributing Corporation
8 Black Protest Book Manuscript, Chapter 1 and Introduction, 1969
by James Laue and Martin Oppenheimer; annotated manuscript drafts with revisions and comments
9 Black Protest Book Manuscript, Chapter 2 - "Theories of Social Movements", 1967-1969
by James Laue and Martin Oppenheimer; manuscript draft with comments
10 Black Protest Book Manuscript, Chapter 3 - "Movements as Systems: A Dynamic Approach", 1967-1969
chapter notes and outlines
11 Black Protest Book Manuscript, Chapter 4 - The AM Case, ca. 1967
chapter notes and outlines
12 Black Protest Book Manuscript, Chapter 5 - "The Desegregation Process to 1960", 1969
by James Laue and Martin Oppenheimer; manuscript draft with comments
13 Black Protest Book Manuscript, Chapter 6 - "Charisma", 1969
manuscript draft with comments; portion derived from Laue's dissertation, "Direct Action and Desegregation"
14 Black Protest Book Manuscript, Chapter 6d, 7?
annotated partial manuscript draft
15 Black Protest Book Manuscript, Chapter 7 - "Freedom Rides", ca. 1969
manuscript revision later included as chapter 5 of Laue's published dissertation
16 Black Protest Book Manuscript, Chapter 8 - Albany and Atlanta, ca. 1969
manuscript revision later included as chapter 6 of Laue's published dissertation
17 Black Protest Book Manuscript, Chapter 9 - Nationalization of the Movement, ca. 1969
manuscript draft with notes
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52 1 Black Protest Book Manuscript, Chapter 10, 1969
manuscript draft with comments
2 The Black Scholar: Journal of Black Studies and Research, September 1970
3 Black United Front, Boston, 1970-1971
includes correspondence with Rev. John P. Adams and a letter from the Black United Front rejecting Laue's proposal for a Community Crisis Intervention Project
4 Black Workers in Revolt: Detroit's Black Revolutionary Workers, 1969
by Robert Dudnick
5 Book Chapter Skips and Appendices, ca. 1969
6 Book with Oppenheimer, 1966-1967
7 Book with Oppenheimer - Hottest Working Folder, 1964-1968
8 Burke Marshall Profile from Life Magazine, August 9, 1963
9 The Care and Feeding of Power Structures Revisited, 1967
pamphlet by Jack Minnis; Organizer's Library Series of the Southern Conference Educational Fund
10 Carol Waymon, 1968-1974
file includes a pamphlet of the Network on Educational Unrest, surveys on racial perceptions, and a paper titled "The Corp: Its Role, Its Ethics, Its Ideology"
11 "The Changing Character of Negro Protest", January 1965
article reprinted from the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
12 Childe Development Group of Mississippi (CDGM), 1966
includes newsletters, memoranda, news clippings, reports, and community resource packets
13 The Christian Century, February 1971
cover story on student activism, by Robert C. Johansen
14 Church and Race, 1960-1961
contains articles, sermons, notes, news clippings, and meeting minutes from the Fisk Institute on Race Relations
15 Citizens' Council, 1958-1961
includes newspapers, journals, and public addresses published by the Citizens' Council, as well as an op-ed to the Washington Post, written by Charleton Putnam
16 Citizenship Clinic Manual for Georgia Voter Registration, 1962
17 Civil Rights in Nashville, Tennessee; Birmingham, Alabama; and Kentucky Cities, ca. 1962
includes pamphlet from the Nashville Christian Leadership Council, a pro-desegregation letter to department store presidents from students of Miles College in Birmingham, and a pamphlet titled "Committees on Human Rights in Kentucky"
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53 1 Civil Rights Notebook, 1962
contains Laue's notes on the Civil Rights movement
2 Civil Rights Notebook - Atlanta Sit-Ins, October 13-19, 1960
contains Laue's notes on department store sit-ins in Atlanta
3 Civil Rights Notebooks, ca. 1960
contain Laue's notes on the Civil Rights movement
4 Comment: A Monthly Journal of Informed Opinion, Vol. 2, No. 1, October 1961
published by the Harvard Political Participation Council
5 "Community Organizing and the War on Poverty", November 1965
article by Tom Hayden in Liberation
6 Congress on Racial Equality (CORE) Annual Convention, July 3-5, 1964 - Letter from Martin Oppenheimer, July 7, 1964
8 "A CORE Charge to the White House Conference", November 17-18, 1965
7 CORE Conference, St. Louis, July 1960
includes newsletters, memoranda, notes, and correspondence
10 CORE - Miami CORE Institute, August 1960
includes notes, news clippings, a criminal probation notice to James Laue from the Court of Dade County, Florida, for civil disobedience, and a probation discharge notice the following year
11 CORE - "The Right to Vote", August 1962
pamphlet with photographs, by James T. McCain, CORE Director of Organization
12 "A Contemporary Revitalization Movement in American Race Relations: The 'Black Muslims'", March 1964
article by James Laue published in Social Forces Vol. 42, No. 3, pp. 315-24
13 Content Analysis - Notes, February 1962
14 Crusade for Citizenship - Tuskeegee Civic Association, 1958-1961
15 Current, 1963
three issues
16 "Desegregation in the St. Louis Public Schools: Brown and Beyond", 1979
by Richard Patton and James Laue
17 Direct Action and Desegregation, A. Intro and Chapters 1 and 2, ca. 1962
from dissertation by James Laue
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54 1 Direct Action and Desegregation, C. The Theory: The Rationalization of Protest, Chapter 7, ca. 1962
from dissertation by James Laue
2 Direct Action and Desegregation, Chapter 8, ca. 1962
from dissertation by James Laue
3 Direct Action and Desegregation, Chapter 9 and Appendix, ca. 1962
from dissertation by James Laue
4 Discrimination in Housing - Miscellaneous Publications, 1964-1967
5 Dissertation Manuscript Drafts with Revisions, ca. 1963-1965
by James Laue
6 Dissertation Summary, 1965
7 The Emergence of Black Power, 1965
8 Emergency Public Integration Committee (EPIC) - Woolworth's Sit-Ins, etc., 1960
includes notes, news clippings, press releases, and memoranda
9 Encounter with the Future, May 1965
a Southern Regional Council pamphlet by Pat Watters
10 Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity (ESCRU), part 1 of 2, 1960-1961
includes newsletters, reports, memoranda, brochures, articles, and news clippings
11 ESCRU, part 2 of 2, 1962-1964
includes newsletters, reports, memoranda, brochures, articles, and news clippings
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55 1 Excerpt from "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings", 1969
by Maya Angelou
2 Federal Handling of Demonstrations - Hearings before the Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure, Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Senate, June 10, 1979
3 Fisk University Race Relations Institute, 1960
4 Freedom Ride, part 1 of 2, Summer 1961
contains news clippings, articles, reports, memoranda, and press releases
5 Freedom Ride, part 2 of 2, Summer 1961
news clippings
6 Genesis of the Southern Negro Student Movement (Sit-In Movement), 1963
by Martin Oppenheimer, 283 pages
7 Gil Rowland - South Carolina , 1962
includes statistics and statements about race and segregation in South Carolina
8 Highways to Hope - A Tour of the South Following Passage of the Civil Rights Act, ca. 1964
9 Hot Dissertation Book Notes, 1960-1964
10 House Un-American Activities Committee: Bulwark of Segregation, 1963
by Anne Braden for the National Committee to Abolish the HUAC
11 How the Federal Government Builds Ghettos, February 1967
published by the National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing
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56 1 Instructions for Coding Thesis Interviews, 1960
2 Interview - Baker, Ella (19A), March 15-19, 1962
transcript, 4.5 hours
3 Interview - Barber, Carroll (1A), February 21, 1962
transcript, 3 hours
4 Interview - Bond, Julian, March 2, 1962
transcript, 2.25 hours
5 Interview - Bevel, Diane Nash (105), March 28, 1962
transcript, 3 hours
6 Interview - Brooks, Paul (115), March 29-30, 1962
transcript, 3 hours
7 Interview - Campbell, Will (2A), February 21, 1962
transcript, 3 hours
8 Interview - Carr, Lester (46), February 25, 1962
transcript, 3.5 hours
9 Interview - Curry, Constance (12A), March 2-11, 1962
transcript, 2.5 hours
10 Interview - Dunbar, Leslie (10A), March 9, 1962
transcript, 3.5 hours
11 Interview - Fleming, Harold (27A), April 5, 1962
transcript, 3.75 hours
12 Interview - Forman, James (12S), March 30-31, 1962
transcript, 4.25 hours
13 Interview - Gaither, Thomas (24A), March 24, 1962
transcript, 3 hours
14 Interview - Gibson, James (13A), March 12, 1962
transcript, 1.75 hours
15 Interview - Galphin, Bruce (22A), March 20, 1962
transcript, 2.5 hours
16 Interview - Hall, Conant (34), March 4, 1962
transcript
17 Interview - Hayden, Thomas Casey (25A), March 21 - April 1, 1962
transcript, 4.75 hours
18 Interview - Henderson, Vivian (7A), February 26, 1962
transcript, 3.5 hours
19 Interview - Hurley, Ruby (17A), March 16, 1962
transcript, 1.75 hours
20 Interview - Jenkins, Timothy (28A), April 8, 1962
transcript, 2.75 hours
21 Interview - Jones, Charles (9S), March 27, 1962
transcript, 2.75 hours
22 Interview - Jones, Lewis (8A), March 1, 1962
transcript, 5.5 hours
23 Interview - LaFayette, Bernard (15), February 24, 1962
transcript, 3 hours
24 Interview - Lawson, James (30AP), March 1, 1962
transcript, 1.25 hours
25 Interview - Lee, Bernard (32AP), March 21, 1962
transcript, 45 minutes
26 Interview - Levin, Art (14A), March 7-13, 1962
transcript, 2.75 hours
27 Interview - Miller, Dorothy (15A), March 5-13, 1962
transcript, 3.5 hours
28 Interview - Long, Herman (5A), February 26, 1962
transcript, 2 hours
29 Interview - Long, Margaret (21A), March 2, 1962
transcript, 1.5
30 Interview - McDew, Charles, March 5-6, 1962
transcript, 2.75 hours
31 Interview - McKinnie, Lester (7S), March 24, 1962
transcript, 3 hours
32 Interview - Monsonis, James (55), March 18, 1962
transcript, 3 hours
33 Interview - Morris, John (11A), March 10, 1962
transcript, 3 hours
34 Interview - Moses, Robert (13S), April 7-8, 1962
transcript, 3.25 hours
35 Interview - Nashville, February 20 - March 1, 1962
transcripts, news release, memorandum, and a survey from Fisk University
36 Interview - Reagan, Cordell (8S), March 27, 1962
transcript, 2 hours
37 Interview - Rollins, Metz (6A), February 25-27, 1962
transcript, 4.75 hours
38 Interview - Sherrod, Charles (6S), March 22, 1962
transcript, 2 hours
39 Interview - Sitton, Claude (9A), March 6, 1962
transcript, 3 hours
40 Interview - Smith, Kelly Miller (3A), February 24, 1962
transcript, 1.75 hours
41 Interview - Walker, Wyatt T., March 14-17, 1962
transcript, 2 hours
42 Interview - Whittenstein, Charles (20A), March 15-19, 1962
transcript, 3 hours
43 Interview - Young, Whitney (29AP), April 8, 1962
transcript, 2 hours
44 Interview - Zelner, J. Robert (4S), March 7-16, 1962
transcript, 3 hours
45 Interview - Zinn, Howard (16A), March 14, 1962
transcript, 2 hours
46 Interviews for Sit-In Paper for 284, February - April 1962
original interview folders
Box Folder
57 1 Interviews Schedule for Sit-In Leaders, 1960
2 Interviews Schedules, Marginals, Cards, 1960
3 "Intimidation, Reprisal and Violence in the South's Racial Crisis, 1955-1958," 1959
published jointly by the Southern Regional Council, the American Friends Service Committee, and the Department of Racial and Cultural Relations
4 It Happened in Baton Rouge: A Real Life Drama of Our Deep South Today, April 1962
pamphlet by Major Johns and Ronnie Moore, Southern University students expelled for their role in the Civil Rights struggle
5 Journal of Intergroup Relations; Report on the KKK; "In Defense of Black Power", 1960-1965
6 Journals and Pamphlets on Race Relations, 1960-1969
7 Kent Lloyd - Articles on Race Relations and Civil Rights, ca. 1964
8 Kneel-In - General File, 1960
9 Kneel-Ins in Atlanta, August 7, 1970
10 "The Labor-Negro Coalition: A New Beginning", May 1968
article by Bayard Rustin in the AFL-CIO American Federationist
11 League of Revolutionary Black Workers, ca. 1970
12 Liberation, Summer and September 1963
13 "March on Washington: A Study of Effective Organized Protest", September 1965
by Albert E. Gollin
14 Marshall Wong - Black/Asian Tensions, 1988-1989
15 Martin Luther King, Jr. Assassination - JET Magazine and News Clippings, 1968
16 Martin Luther King, Jr. - "Beyond Vietnam" Speech and Washington Post Article, "The Battle Over King's Papers", 1968, 1988
17 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center Dedication, January 13-15, 1982
newsletters and programs
Box Folder
58 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change, 1979-1980
newsletters, correspondence, memoranda, and reports
2 Martin Luther King, Jr. - Notes, April 4, 1962
3 Martin Oppenheimer - "Open Letter to Some Old Friends in the SDS National Office" and "Para-military Activities in Urban Areas", early 1960s
4 Methodist Commission on Social Concerns, 1961
notes, newsletters, pamphlets, brochures
5 Miami CORE Institute Sit-Ins, 1959-1960
notes, news clippings, memoranda
6 Montgomery News Clippings; MLK Interview and Essay, "Our Struggle: The Story of Montgomery", 1957-1960
7 "The Movement: Discovering Where It's At and How to Get It", 1970
article by James Laue
8 The Movement - What Happened, etc.?, 1965-1966
notes, news clippings, and press releases from the Southern Regional Council
9 Muslim Movement, 1960s
notes and news clippings
10 National Council of Churches Consultation on the Black Manifesto and Black Economic Development Conference, 1969
11 National Student Association (NSA) in Sit-Ins, 1961-1962
news releases, news clippings, mailings, etc.
12 NSA - Southern Student Human Rights Project, part 1 of 2, 1960
13 NSA - Southern Student Human Rights Project, part 2 of 2, 1960-1961
Box Folder
59 1 NSA - United States National Student Association Second Southern Human Rights Seminar, August 9 - September 3, 1959
2 "The Negro Riots" , December 20, 1966
by Martin Timins
3 New South: Direct Action in the South, October - November 1963
4 Newsweek - Black America, June 30, 1969
5 Newsweek - Black and White, August 22, 1966
6 Of, By and For the Poor: The New Generation of Student Organizers, June 19, 1965
7 "The People Take the Lead: A Record of Progress in Civil Rights, 1948-1960", 1960
published by the American Jewish Committee
8 "A Plan for Black Liberation (Articles by the Progressive Labor Party)", January 1969
9 "Power, Conflict, and Social Change: The American Racial Case", 1968
article by James Laue from Riots and Rebellion: Civil Violence in the Urban Community
10 Provisional Position Statement on the Organization of a National Social Welfare Workers Movement, April 26-27, 1969
11 Race and Churches, 1959-1960
articles, news clippings, newsletters, and press releases
12 Race and Intergroup Bibliography, 1961-1967
13 "Race Relations Revolution: The Sit-In Movement", 1961
by James Laue, 82 pages
14 Racial Mediators Book Proposal, 1975
15 Rebels with a Cause: A Collection of Essays, edited by Donald A. Hoffman, 1961
16 "Reflections on a Multi-Racial Society", February 1983
by Fanklin Thomas
17 Religion and Race, 1957-1969
18 Religion and Social Action, 1965
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60 1 Report of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, ca. 1968
2 Report of Observers - Daily Composite, August 24, 1972
on violence and disorder at Republican Convention on August 23
3 Reverend Will D. Campbell, 1959-1961
4 "Revolution in Mississippi", ca. 1962
special report by Tom Hayden, president of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)
5 San Diego (current), November - December 1969
articles and memorandum from Carrol Waymon on the future of the Citizens' Interracial Committee
6 The Sit-In Movement in Historical Perspective, November 1961
notes and outline for NAIRO talk
7 Sit-In Songs, March 3-4, 1961
news clippings and sheet music for NYC recording session
8 Sit-In Successes, 1960-1961
notes, news clippings, and CORE direct action statistics
9 "The Sit-Ins: A New Decade and a New Generation?", May 1960
essay by James Laue for Social Relations 284 at Harvard, 50 pages
10 Sixties Protest, 1969
notes on book with Martin Oppenheimer
11 Sociological Inquiry: Analysis of Race Relations in Current Perspective, Winter 1965
journal issue includes Laue article, "Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching: a commentary on the role of the moderate"
12 South - General - 4 and 9, 1960-1962
13 Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), 1960 - September 1961
memoranda and press releases from the SCLC
14 SCLC, September 1961
memoranda and press releases, notes, and appeal to the president by Martin Luther King, Jr. on the centennial of the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation
Box Folder
61 1 SCLC, September 1961
memoranda, press releases, and correspondence
2 SCLC 6th Annual Convention - Birmingham, Alabama, September 1962
sixth annual convention program, press release, and copy of signed letter from Martin Luther King, Jr. to James Laue
3 SCLC 7th Annual Convention - Richmond, Virginia, September 1963
pamphlets, notes, and news clippings
4 SCLC 9th Annual Convention - Birmingham, Alabama, August 1965
essays, pamphlets, memoranda, etc.
5 SCLC 10th Annual Convention - Jackson, Mississippi, part 1 of 2, August 1966
essays, pamphlets, memoranda, etc.
6 SCLC 10th Annual Convention - Jackson, Mississippi, part 2 of 2, August 1966
essays, pamphlets, memoranda, etc.
7 SCLC - Highlander Citizenship School, 1961
correspondence, news releases, workshop materials
8 SCLC Newsletters, 1961-1963
9 SCLC Newsletters, 1964-1966
includes some correspondence and memoranda
10 Southern History - Fitzhugh, etc., 1964
notes and student papers
11 Southern Law Enforcement - COFO
includes news articles and Southern Regional Council special report, "Law Enforcement in Mississippi"
12 "The Southern Negro Student Movement: Two Case Studies of Northern Support Movements", 1975
article by Laue, 38 pages; includes letter from Martin Oppenheimer informing Laue of publisher rejections
Box Folder
62 1 Southern Regional Council (SRC) April Sit-In Report, 1960
2 SRC - Notes, etc., 1959-1961
3 SRC - Special Reports on Student Protest and Human Relations Activities in the South, September 1959; September 1961
4 SRC - "The Federal Executive and Civil Rights", January 1961
report, 48 pages
5 SRC - Voter Education Project, 1962-1963
status report of project and statement of research methods
6 Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching, 1960
correspondence and a graduate essay regarding the Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching
7 Speeches and Sermons, part 1 of 2, 1960-1966
8 Speeches and Sermons, part 2 of 2, 1960-1966
9 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) - A Special Report on Southern School Desegregation, 1965
10 SNCC - Atlanta Conference, April 27-29, 1962
11 SNCC Meeting, August 3-7, 1960
12 SNCC News Releases, 1961-1963
Box Folder
63 1 SNCC Newsletters and Press Releases, 1961-1963
2 SNCC - Report of the First Meeting, Financial Report, Pamphlets, 1960-1963
3 Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) Discussion Bulletin, Spring 1964
4 SDS on the South, part 1 of 2, 1961-1963
5 SDS on the South, part 2 of 2, 1963-1964
6 SDS - Stop the Festival of Thieves, Monday, September 15-19, ca. 1968
pamphlet for demonstration at International Industrialists Conference
7 "A Study of a Social Movement: The Sit-Ins, ca. 1961
by Martin Oppenheimer
8 Survey of the Southern Student Sit-In Movement, 1960
U.S. National Student Association
9 "To Establish Justice, To Ensure Domestic Tranquility: Recommendations from the Final Report of the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence", February 1970
thirty page pamphlet
10 "USML Group Proposes Desegregation Plan Process, 1977-1979
press releases and memoranda
11 The Urban and Social Change Review, Vol. 3, No. 2, Spring 1970
contains Laue's article, "The Movement: Discovering Where It's at and How to Get It"
12 Violence and Dissent in Urban America, 1969
includes Laue's article, "Social Change, Dissent and Violence"
Box Folder
64 1 Voice of the Ghetto, Report on Two Boston Neighborhood Meetings, July 1967
by the Massachusetts State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
2 Voter Registration Drive, 1965
foundations, organizations, SRC, Branton, etc.
Subseries 4.2: Community Relations Service (CRS), 1965-1971
This subseries documents Laue's work for the CRS under the U.S. Department of Justice in the mid to late 1960s, where he became the head of Program Evaluation and Development. Materials include reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, personnel files, and speeches.
Box Folder
64 3 The 7 Cs, 1965
notes, articles, and correspondence pertaining to Laue's seven-stage model of racial conflict and change
4 Annual Reports, 1965-1966
5 Articles on Racial Conflict and Mediation, 1968
includes correspondence
6 Book Proposal, October 1974
7 Brochures, 1974-1975
8 "Comments on Problem Census and Crisis Goals Discussion from Our Previous Meeting", March 21, 1971
9 Community Values and Conflict, 1967: A Conference Report, 1967
10 Conference on Urban Revolt in Atlanta, October 6-8, 1967
11 Corrected Calendar, 1969
12 Correspondence, 1965-1969
13 Evaluation of CRS Field Services, 1969
includes articles and a memorandum on the implications of Nixon's inaugural speech for CRS
14 Evaluation of Summer Activities, June 15 - September 15, 1967
Box Folder
65 1 Files, 1965-1967
correspondence, memoranda, draft reports, news articles
2 Files, 1968-1969
correspondence, memoranda, draft reports, news articles
3 History (Filed March 1969), 1964-1968
correspondence, memoranda, annual reports, notes, news articles
4 Personnel - Atlanta - Bob Hughes, December 4, 1968
5 Personnel - Baltimore - Jerome Mitchell, 1968-1969
6 Personnel - Birmingham - James Mills, December 5, 1968
7 Personnel - Boston - Bragdon, January 15, 1968
8 Personnel - Chicago - Clark Roberts, November 23, 1968
9 Personnel - Cincinnati - Nate Allen, November 22, 1968
10 Personnel - Cleveland - Howard McKinney, November 22, 1968
Box Folder
66 1 Personnel - Dallas - Greenwald, November 20, 1968
2 Personnel - Denver - Clemith Houston and Ramirez, November 18, 1968
3 Personnel - Detroit - C. Walker, ca. November 1968
4 Personnel - East Bay, California (Richmond, Berkeley, Oakland) - Bob Brown, November 18, 1968
5 Personnel - Gary - Sam Dennis, November 22, 1968
6 Personnel - Houston - Melvin P. Sikes, November 18, 1968
7 Personnel - Jacksonville Field Report, August 24-26, 1966
8 Personnel - Los Angeles - Gonzalo Cano and Vivian Strange, November 19, 1968
9 Personnel - Milwaukee - Mason, November 21, 1968
10 Personnel - Mississippi Delta - Marjorie Curet, December 5, 1968
11 Personnel - Mahlon Griffith, December 4, 1968
12 Personnel - Natchez, Mississippi - Evaluation, November 1965
13 Personnel - Natchez, Mississippi - Interviews with Conciliators, December 6-13, 1965
14 Personnel - Natchez, Mississippi - Interviews with Participants, December 7-9, 1965
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67 1 Personnel - Newark - Copland / Ford, November - December 1968
2 Personnel - Philadelphia - Hadfield / Walker, November 13, 1968
3 Personnel - Pittsburgh - Fred Gary, November 14-26, 1968
4 Personnel - San Antonio - Pompa, November 19, 1968
5 Personnel - South East Region - Fred Miller, Law Enforcement, December 4, 1968
6 Personnel - St. Louis - Lewis, November 21, 1968
7 Personnel - Washington, D.C. - Gault, November 12, 1968
8 Printed Materials, 1965-1977
pamphlets, brochures, and annual reports
9 Program Evaluation and Development (PED) - Ongoing Operation, 1968-1969
10 PED Retreat, 1968
11 PED Staff Meeting, 1967-1969
12 Proposed Civil Rights Act of 1966, May 1966
Box Folder
68 1 Speeches, part 1 of 4, 1966-1968
2 Speeches, part 2 of 4, 1966-1968
3 Speeches, part 3 of 4, 1966-1968
4 Speeches, part 4 of 4, 1966-1967
5 Staff Orientation, June 27 - July 1, 1966
6 Teacher Training and Community Relations, 1969
7 U.S. Department of Justice Field Review, January 1969
Series 5: Academic Papers, 1947-1990
This series contains materials from Laue's work as a student, scholar, and teacher. The series is divided into two subseries. Subseries 5.1, Student Papers, covers Laue's academic career from childhood in River Falls, Wisconsin through college and graduate school at Harvard. The subseries contains sociology papers Laue wrote as a student, college notebooks, course materials, church sermons, and correspondence with professors. Subseries 5.2, Professional Papers, covers Laue's academic career as a researcher at the Harvard Medical School Laboratory of Community Psychiatry, as a professor of sociology and urban studies at Washington University-St. Louis and the University of Missouri-St. Louis in the 1970s and 80s, and as a professor of Conflict Resolution at George Mason University in the late 80s and early 90s. The subseries contains journal articles and commencement speeches written by Laue, course materials, academic exercises used in workshops on conflict mediation, and biographical materials prepared for annual reviews and tenure application.
Subseries 5.1: Student Papers, 1947-1966
This subseries covers Laue's academic career from childhood in River Falls, Wisconsin through college and graduate school at Harvard. The subseries contains sociology papers Laue wrote as a student, college notebooks, course materials, church sermons, and correspondence with professors.
Box Folder
69 1 The American Family, late 1950s
paper by Laue for Sociology 50
2 Answer Sheet / the Dove Counter Balance General Intelligence Test, January 1966
3 Articles, Reviews (Correspondence on Same, etc.), 1963-1969
4 A Changing American Character?, 1960
by Seymour Martin Lipset
5 Child Development Testing, Fall 1958
6 Childhood School Papers, 1947-1953
7 Christianity and Communism, 1962
8 College Notebook - Constitutional History I, 1958
9 College Notebook - Constitutional History II, 1959
10 College Notebook - Contemporary Social Problems, Fall 1957
11 College Notebook - Economic Principles II, undated
12 College Notebook - General Psychology, Spring 1957
13 College Notebook - Individual Differences, Fall 1957
14 College Notebook - Introduction to Sociology 50, undated
Box Folder
70 1 College Notebook - Rural-Urban Communities, Fall 1957
2 College Notebook - Social Anthropology 75, undated
3 College Notebook - Social Psychology, Spring 1958
4 College Notes and Papers, 1957-1959
5 College Notes - Criminology, 1958
6 College Notes - Psychology of Learning, 1957
7 College Notes - Techniques of Social Science, 1958
8 The Cultural Context of Theology in America - Draft and Notes, 1964-1965
9 Danforth Graduate Fellows and Danforth Teaching Fellows, 1959
10 Data-Guide's [Philosophy / Psychology], 1959
11 Dissertation Proposal - Religion and Southern Politics, by Donald M. Freeman, January 1962
12 Geschwendler on Davies, ca. 1961
13 Harvard Commencement, 1962, 1966
14 Harvard Degree and Dissertation, Official Correspondence, Abstracts, 1961-1966
15 Harvard Laboratory of Community Psychiatry - Article to Work Into Shape, 1964-1965
Box Folder
71 1 Harvard Notebook - History 165a: History of the South, Fall 1961
2 Harvard Notebook - Psychology 207: Advanced Analysis of Behavior, Fall 1961
3 Harvard Notebook - Psychology 225: Personal Growth and Social Systems, Fall 1959
4 Harvard Notebook - Social Relations 111: Sociology of Religion, Fall 1960
5 Harvard Notebook - Social Relations 112: Primitive Religions, Fall 1961
6 Harvard Notebook - Social Relations 136, Spring 1961
7 Harvard Notebook - Social Relations 206: Pro-Seminar for Sociology, part 1 of 2, Fall 1960
8 Harvard Notebook - Social Relations 206: Pro-Seminar for Sociology, part 2 of 2, Spring 1961
Box Folder
72 1 Harvard Notebook - Social Relations 215: Social Anthropology, Fall 1959
2 Harvard Notebook - Social Relations 216: Problems and Concepts in Sociology, Spring 1960
3 Harvard Notebook - Social Relations 217: Problems and Concepts of Clinical Psychology, Fall 1959
4 Harvard Notebook - Social Relations 218: Problems and Concepts of Clinical Psychology, Fall 1959
5 Harvard Notebook - Social Relations 232: Sociology of Religion of Max Weber, Fall 1961
6 Harvard Notes - Sociology of the South, 1961-1962
7 Harvard Papers, 1960
8 Harvard Papers, 1961-1964
Box Folder
73 1 Harvard Papers - Durkheim, Social Relations 206, Fall 1960
2 Harvard Papers - "Paths to Insight" and "Participant Observation Study of Personality and Social Systems", 1960
3 Harvard Papers - "The Sit-Ins: A New Decade and a New Generation?" and "Give as Much as You Receive: An Analysis of the Work of Emile Durkheim and Marcel Mauss", May 1960
Social Relations 284
4 Harvard Tutorial, K-House, 1960-1961
Social Relations 98
5 Harvard University Memorial Church Sermons, 1959-1960
6 History and Theory of Sociology, 1958-1964
7 Job Offers - Grinnell College and Kansas, 1964-1966
8 Mormons, ca. 1950, 1962
articles and news clippings
9 Purposive Community Change in Consensus and Dissensus Situations, Winter 1966
10 Reinhold Niebuhr, 1961
notes and magazine article
11 Religion and Race - Northview SS Class, 1962-1963
sermons, notes, news clippings, and brochures
12 Religion and Schools - Carleton College, 1960-1961
news clippings and sermons by David J. Maitland and James H. Laird
Box Folder
74 1 Religion - Non Academic, 1960-1961
St. Anthony Park Congregation Church newsletters and news clippings
2 Religious Attitudes Survey, ca. 1960
3 "Religious Perspectives of College Teaching", 1952
by Talcott Parsons
4 Riesman 136 - Hot Accessories, 1956-1961
from class with David Riesman
5 Riesman 136 - Mailings, Not Hot, 1960-1961
6 Riesman 136 - Most Important Related Items, 1961
7 Riesman 136 - Readings, 1961
8 The Rosicrucian Order, ca. 1962
9 Rural/Urban - "Dekalb County: Politics in Suburbia," by Emily Hartshorne, May 19, 1961
10 Rural/Urban Sociology - "A Community Identification Survey," by Gerald Johnson and Jim Laue, November 1957
11 Sermons by Dr. David J. Maitland, Carleton College Chaplain, 1960-1961
12 Sermons Delivered to the Northview Congregation of the Methodist Church, 1962-1963
Roanoke, Virginia
Box Folder
75 1 Skinner - Psychology 207, 1958-1964
2 Skinner - Psychology Notes, 1961-1962
3 Social Relations 215 - "The Role of Music in Formation of the Navaho Modal Personality", January 1960
4 Social Relations 216, 1959-1962
bibliography and notes on personality and mental health
5 Social Stratification, 1958
6 Sociology of Religion Abstracts, ca. 1963
7 Special Examination in Sociology, May 1961
8 Spinoza, 1958
9 Tillich, 1959
10 WCCO Radio - Family Picnic, July 8, 1954
11 WCCO Radio - Monthly Program Schedule, 1954
12 WCCO Radio News Parade and Pierce County Heritage, Vol. 4, 1954, 1974
13 WCCO Radio - Saturday, July 10, 1954
14 "William Randolph Hearst - Lucky or a Genius?", June 1958
essay by James Laue
15 "World Revolution: The College Student and the YMCA", 1959
16 Zen, 1960
Subseries 5.2: Professional Papers, 1966-1999, bulk 1971-1993
This subseries covers Laue's academic career as a researcher at the Harvard Medical School Laboratory of Community Psychiatry, as a professor of sociology and urban studies at Washington University-St. Louis and the University of Missouri-St. Louis in the 1970s and 80s, and as a professor of Conflict Resolution at George Mason University in the late 80s and early 90s. The subseries contains journal articles and commencement speeches written by Laue, course materials, academic exercises used in workshops on conflict mediation, and biographical materials prepared for annual reviews and tenure application.
Box Folder
75 17 "1960's Reflection" and "The 1960's: A Sociologist's View from Justice and the Movement", 1969
papers by James Laue
18 Academic Exercises - "Children and the Burb", ca. 1989
19 Academic Exercises - Church Disputes
20 Academic Exercises - "Country Living Magazine Sweepstakes", 1989
CDR
21 Academic Exercises - "Dispute Resolution Design: Health Organization" and "Divorce Eggs"
22 Academic Exercises - "Facilitating a Community Workshop", 1989
Conflict Clinic, Inc.
23 Academic Exercises - "Jewelbox Square Neighborhood Dispute", February 1987
Conflict Clinic, George Mason University
Box Folder
76 1 Academic Exercises - Joint Problem Solving, Positional Bargaining, and Negotiation
2 Academic Exercises - "Land Rezoning Dispute," "Neighborhood Care, Inc.," and "Oak Acres", 1980s
3 Academic Exercises - "Manassas Battlefield" and "Neighborhood Association and the Cement Company", 1989-1990s
4 Academic Exercises - "Rainbow Park Land Dispute", 1971
5 Academic Exercises - "South Atlantic Crisis" and "U.S.-USSR Negotiations"
6 Academic Exercises - "Spaghetti O's", 1985
7 Academic Exercises - "Sunrise Services", 1990
8 Academic Exercises - "Ugli Orange Case"
R. J. House
9 Academic Freedom and Tenure
10 "Advocacy and Sociology", 1978
by James Laue, reprinted from Social Scientists as Advocates: Views from the Applied Disciplines
11 American Sociological Association, 1973
correspondence and papers
12 Andrew R. Laue, 1987
resume with notes on back
13 "Application of Social Science Knowledge to the Community Organization Field", 1967
by Roland L. Warren
14 Biographical Data, 1972
15 Book Review of George Henderson's Human Relations: From Theory to Practice, Spring 1975
by James Laue, published in the Journal of Intergroup Relations
16 Book Review of Raymond L. Hall's Black Separatism in the United States, undated
by James Laue
17 Book Reviews, 1975-1976
Laue's reviews of On Race and Marginal Men and Women, by Charles Willie, and At the Heart of the Whirlwind, by John P. Adams
18 Central College, November 6-8, 1989
correspondence and workshop materials
19 Chapter 12: "Serving Human Needs: Some Lessons and Guidelines", 1989
draft chapter by James Laue for The Conflict Resolution Handbook
20 Chesapeake Bay, 1988
letter and article re: commission to clean up the Chesapeake
21 Clinical Sociology Newsletter, Summer 1986
brief article by Laue titled Getting to the Table
22 Code of Ethics Preamble, 1987
draft with corrections
23 Community Crisis Intervention Study, Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, 1969-1971
24 CONF 501: Introduction to Conflict Resolution, Spring 1989
25 CONF 602: Third Party Roles, Resources and Ethics, Fall 1990
26 CONF 617: Philosophy and Methods of Conflict Research II, Spring 1991
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77 1 CONF 623: Community/Organizational Conflict Resolution Lab and Simulation, part 1 of 2, Spring 1991-1992
2 CONF 623: Community/Organizational Conflict Resolution Lab and Simulation, part 2 of 2, Spring 1991-1992
3 CONF 633: Laboratory and Simulation in Conflict Processes III, Fall 1987
4 CONF 635: Structural Sources of Conflict, Fall 1989 and Fall 1990
5 CONF 636: Third Party Roles, Resource, and Ethics, Fall 1992
6 CONF 642: Proseminar on Conflict
7 CONF 701: Doctoral Pro-Seminar, Fall 1988
8 CONF 740: Mediating Public Policy, Spring 1991
9 Conflict Resolution Book Contributions, 1978
10 Consortium on Peace Research Education and Development (COPRED) and GMU Center for Conflict Resolution, 1987-1988
11 Curriculum Vita [and biography], 1967
12 Curriculum Vita, 1972
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78 1 Curriculum Vita, 1975-1976
2 Curriculum Vita [update materials], 1978-1980
3 Curriculum Vita, 1984-1986
4 Curriculum Vita [update materials], 1986-1987
5 Curriculum Vita, 1987-1992
6 "Desegregation in the St. Louis Public Schools: Brown and Beyond", 1979
article by Richard H. Patton and James Laue, 58 pages
7 Emory Course Materials, Articles, and News Clippings, 1963-1964
8 "Ethical Considerations in Choosing Intervenor Roles", Summer 1982
9 Ethical Society Speech, February 1986
10 "The Ethics of Social Intervention" - Draft with Comments, ca. 1988
11 The Ethics of Social Intervention, part 1 of 2, 1973-1984
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79 1 The Ethics of Social Intervention, part 2 of 2, 1973-1984
2 "Faculty Power", September 1968
by McGeorge Bundy, published in the Atlantic Monthly
3 Falcon Features: University of Wisconsin-River Falls, Summer 1978
Alumni Association newsletter
4 Financing Community Economic Development, 1985
MIT and the Institute for Management and Community Development
5 Garrow/Carlson Publishing Contract for Direct Action and Desegregation, 1960-1962, 1989
6 George Mason University (GMU) Center for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (CCAR) and Center for Study of Conflict, University of Ulster, 1992
includes program for joint meeting on June 10-13 and papers on conflict resolution in South Africa and Northern Ireland
7 GMU CCAR and Conflict Clinic, Inc., 1989-1992
includes correspondence, memoranda, course evaluations, and a letter to Diane Rehm on Waco, Texas
8 GMU CCAR and Conflict Clinic, Inc., 1987-1992
notes and correspondence
9 GMU CCAR Brochures, ca. 1988-1990
10 GMU CCAR Course Syllabuses and Comprehensive Exam Questions, 1991-1992
11 GMU CCAR Discussion Outline and Mission Statement, 1988-1991
12 GMU CCAR Fifth Annual Lynch Lecture, 1991-1992
13 GMU CCAR General Information, 1987
14 GMU CCAR Introduction, 1988
15 GMU CCAR Introduction [duplicate], 1988
Box Folder
80 1 GMU CCAR Newsletters, 1990-1995
2 GMU CCAR Working Papers and Reports, part 1 of 2, ca. 1990-1993
3 GMU CCAR Working Papers and Reports, part 2 of 2, ca. 1990-1993
4 GMU Faculty Bibliography, 1989
5 GMU International Week 1991 - "The World at a Crossroads", 1991
program
6 GMU - Lynch Professor of Conflict Resolution Inauguration, 1987
includes a promotional flyer, invitation, press release, letter from Edwin Lynch to James Laue, and bio sketch, The Story of My Life as told by Vernon M. Lynch 1968
7 GMU - Proposal for Program in Conflict Management, 1980
proposal submitted to the Council of Higher Education for Virginia
8 "Getting to the Table: Creating the Forum for Negotiations in Deep-Rooted Conflicts", 1992
by James Laue, 17 pages
9 Handbook of Applied Sociology - "Conflict Intervention", 1981
chapter by James Laue
10 Harvard Medical School Laboratory of Community Psychiatry, 1970
bio, brochure, memorandum, and mission statement
11 Harvard University Preliminary and Interim Report, 1968, 1971
12 "A History of Third Party Intervention in Community Conflict", 1973
essay by James Laue, 23 pages
13 "The Idea that Can Unite the World...", March 1988
by Libby Rouse
14 "Implementing Desegregation Plans" and "Intervening in School Desegregation", 1977-1980
by James Laue and Daniel J. Monti
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81 1 "Intervening in School Desegregation Conflicts: The Role of the Monitor", 1980
by James Laue and Daniel J. Monti, 66 pages
2 "Intervenor in Community and Racial Disputes: A New Way of 'Being a Sociologist'?", 1975
by James Laue, 20 pages
3 An Introduction to Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, 1993
GMU Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 102 pages
4 Iowa Wesleyan College Commencement Program, 1989
lists a sermon by Laue, "In the Heart of the Heartland---Where Peace Grows"
5 Issue Management Forum for the Porch Band of Creek Indians, July 15-17, 1988
GMU Center for Interactive Management
6 "Jefferson Hazardous Waste Negotiation," A Two Hour Negotiation Exercise, April 22, 1987
prepared by Vicki Arroyo and Lawrence Susskind
7 Job Marketability Info, 1959-1981
mostly correspondence
8 Journal Articles and Essays by Laue, 1961-1986
printed on 8.5x11" paper
9 Journal Articles and Essays by Laue, 1968-1988
printed in pamphlet form
Box Folder
82 1 Journal Articles and Essays by Laue, 1974-1988
includes drafts and notes
2 Journal Articles and Notes, 1985-1988
3 Journal of Intergroup Relations, featuring Special Issue Editor, James Laue, November 1975, Summers 1982 and 1983
4 Juniata College, 1988-1991
includes mission statement, press releases, news articles, and correspondence
5 Lentz International Peace Research Award, 1973-1974
notes and correspondence re: dedication of Lentz Award to Washington University-St. Louis
6 Letters and Comments Regarding Publications, 1968-1992
Jay Press, Inc., Jossey-Bass, Inc., Hemisphere Publications
7 "Liberation or Revolution? A Theory of Political Polarization", ca. 1981
by William C. Meulemans
8 McDonnell Project, Spring 1972
9 Mediating Urban Policy, 1982
American Sociological Association proposed chapter outline
10 Mediation: A Citizen's Solution - Report on Conference Held on January 26, 1980
Council for Community Services, Inc.
11 Negotiation and Mediation in the Conflict Resolution Process: A Workshop Led by James Laue, October 28, 1989
Johns Hopkins University
12 Notes, ca. 1988
13 Notes, February 5, 1993
Box Folder
83 1 Peace and Conflict Studies Journal, Vol. 6, No. 1, 1999
In Memory of James Laue
2 Peace College Curriculum, mid 1950s
3 Peace Movement Dynamics: Sociological Views, ca. 1990
a prospectus by John Lofland and Sam Marullo
4 "Peace Stories" - University of Missouri-St. Louis Commencement Speech, 1986
by James Laue
5 "A Peacemaker's Journey: Personal Perspectives on the Emergence of Dispute Resolution", June 26-27, 1987
agenda and list of participants in the Consultation on Dispute Resolution in Higher Education
6 Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution at Bethel College, September 22, 1977
7 Preliminary Proposal - University of Missouri South African Exchange Program, 1987
8 Program on the Analysis and Resolution of Conflict (PARC), 1987
newsletter and workshop materials
9 Proposal to Develop Curriculum Modules, 1987
10 Publishing Agreement and Correspondence Regarding The Practice of Peacemaking: Concepts, Skills and Ethics of Conflict Management, 1983
book edited by James Laue, Margaret S. Herrman and Edward S. Weeks
11 Racial Mediators , 1974-1975
draft chapter outline, memorandum for publishers, prospectus, and publisher correspondence
12 "Reparation and Reciprocity...", April 1989
Wit Business School report by Loet Douwes Dekker; contains Laue Citation
13 "Resolution: Transforming Conflict and Violence", November 17, 1987
inaugural lecture by James Laue, ICAR Occasional Paper 7
14 Responses to the Powell Memorandum, 1973
by James Laue and William Danforth
15 "Sanctions, Resources, and a Typology of Powerholders", 1965
essay by Ronald L. Nuttall, Erwin K. Scheuch and Chad Gordon
16 "Science and the Scientific Attitude", undated
by T. E. Lasswell, 20 pages
17 Social Science 136: Character and Social Structure in America - Supplement, 1969-1970
18 Social Science 136 - Letters to Students, 1969-1971
Harvard Medical School Laboratory of Community Psychiatry
Box Folder
84 1 The Sociological Quarterly, Vol. 28, No. 3, 1987
2 Sociology 106: Social Problems and Social Issues, Spring 1975
Washington University-St. Louis
3 Sociology 221: Interracial and Intercultural Relations, Spring 1973 - Fall 1974
Washington University-St. Louis
4 Sociology 300: Workshop on Racial and Cultural Minorities, Summer 1971
Wisconsin State University-River Falls
5 Sociology 344: Problems of Urban Community, Winter-Fall 1978
University of Missouri-St. Louis
6 Sociology 426: Community and Regional Conflict Intervention, Summer 1986
University of Missouri-St. Louis
7 Sociology 434: Sociological Reporting, Fall 1978
University of Missouri-St. Louis
8 Sociology 466: Social Policy and Community Planning, 1977-1982
University of Missouri-St. Louis
9 Sociology 470A: Seminar in Sociological Issues: Conflict Resolution and Social Policy, 1976
University of Missouri-St. Louis
10 Sociology 471: Social Problems and Social Policy, Fall 1974
Washington University-St. Louis
11 Sociology 595 (Section 92): Conflict Intervention and Social Change", Spring 1975
Washington University-St. Louis
Box Folder
85 1 Sociology Classes, 1974-1975
course outlines, tests, reading lists; Washington University-St. Louis
2 "Sociology for..." , April 1977
by James Laue, draft paper for symposium on "Advocacy in the Disciplines"
3 Survey of Courses Dealing with Topics Relevant to Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution, ca. 1985
4 "Third Party Intervention in Community Disputes: A Review of the Experience to Date", 1973
by Gerald W. Cormick and James Laue, 40 pages
5 Thomas Jefferson Award, April 1981
correspondence, newsletters, and press releases re: Laue receiving the Jefferson Award
6 United States Information Agency, 1987
Bureau of Educational And Cultural Affairs University Affiliations Program application notice
7 University City Schools News, June 9, 1980
8 University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) Annual Review and Notes, 1980-1982
correspondence, CVs, news clippings, and articles re: Laue's annual academic review
9 UMSL Annual Reviews, 1977-1987
Box Folder
86 1 UMSL Annual Reviews and Tenure Application, 1978-1982
2 UMSL Application Materials for Promotion to Full Professor, 1981-1982
3 UMSL Files, 1975-1979
4 UMSL Files, 1980-1982
5 UMSL Files, 1983-1986
6 UMSL Promotion Update, 1982-1985
7 UMSL Summer Institute in Conflict Intervention, June-July 1985
Box Folder
87 1 UMSL Tenure Proceedings, 1976-1977
2 "The Vertical Axis of Community Organization and the Structure of Power", ca. 1965
essay by John Walton, 20 pages
3 VUD - Correspondence, Notes, and Newsletters, 1983-1984
UMSL, Urban Affairs Association, JSAC, Sociology of Education
4 Washington University-St. Louis Associate Professorship Confirmation, 1971-1972
5 Washington University-St. Louis - "Report on Work of the Campus Publications Study Committee", 1973-1974
6 Wisconsin State University-River Falls (WSU-RF) Commencement Address - "Is Hope Hip?" by James Laue, May 24, 1970
7 WSU-RF Commencement - Distinguished Alumnus, 1978
8 WSU-RF - News and Notes, 1966-1971
9 WSU-RF - Race Course, Spring 1973
10 Working Outline and Publisher Report for the Conflict Resolution Handbook, 1989
edited by James Laue and Robert K. Reed
Series 6: Conferences and Workshops, 1962-1992
This series contains programs, presentations, notes, and correspondence pertaining to various conferences and workshops Laue attended or administered. The folder dates in this series generally refer to the dates the conferences were held and may not encompass the date range of all materials in the folder. Ranging from small local workshops to large international meetings, the conferences cover a range of themes including desegregation, clinical sociology, community conflict intervention, international arbitration, and peace education. Series 7, News Clippings and Articles, contains newspaper articles collected and assembled by Laue. Themes include desegregation and civil rights, international politics, biographical pieces and interviews with Laue, and the peace academy campaign. The series is divided into two subseries, the first arranged by date and the second arranged alphabetically by subject or newspaper title.
Box Folder
87 11 Airlie House Conference, June 19-22, 1988
Arlie, Virginia - USIP
12 American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Session 167, September 7, 1978
contains draft copies of Laue's conference paper, "Development of a U.S. Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution"
13 Bishop's Convocation on Peace and National Security, 1981-1984
Box Folder
88 1 Black Mountain Conference on Race Relations and the Church, August 20-24, 1962
hosted by the Provincial Youth Commission of the Diocese of North Carolina
2 Broadening Our Horizons: Second Annual Arizona Conference on Dispute Resolution, November 6-7, 1987
Tucson, Arizona
3 "Building a Fresh Approach to Peace and Security", 1987
Report on the 1987 Trinity Symposium Policy Dialogue
4 Call for Action Conference, part 1 of 2, April 28-29, 1981
Boston, Massachusetts
5 Call for Action Conference, part 2 of 2, April 28-29, 1981
Boston, Massachusetts
6 Center for International Understanding Conferences, 1981-1982
Athens, Greece / Jerusalem, Israel
7 Christian Faith and Economic Justice: A Workshop on Reconciliation and Conflict Resolution, September 20-23, 1990
Northfield, Illinois
8 Clinical Sociological Association Training Workshop on Intervening in Social Conflict, part 1 of 2, April 12-14, 1984
workshop led by James Laue at the University of Missouri-St. Louis
9 Clinical Sociological Association Training Workshop on Intervening in Social Conflict, part 2 of 2, April 12-14, 1984
workshop led by James Laue at the University of Missouri-St. Louis
Box Folder
89 1 Collaboration and Conflict Resolution in Community Problem Solving, March 16-17, 1988
Washington, DC; Conflict Clinic, Inc.
2 Community Conflict Intervention Workshop: Framing a New Discipline, July 30 - August 28, 1974
Seattle, Washington; Social Science Institute and Batelle Research Center
3 Community Dispute Resolution Conference, part 1 of 2, June 19-20, 1979
Cherry Hill, New Jersey
4 Community Dispute Resolution Conference, part 2 of 2, June 19-20, 1979
Cherry Hill, New Jersey
5 Community Relations Service (CRS) Conference - Inter-religious consultation on Equal Opportunity: A Workshop, November 16-19, 1964
Arlie House; folder contains materials from the President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity, including a 150 Report to the President submitted on November 26, 1963
6 Conference on a National Academy for the Peaceful Resolution of Conflict, March 1-3, 1978
brief report and working paper
7 Conference on Conflict Resolution with Special Reference to Multicultural Conflict, January 6-8, 1986
Amsterdam - SIETAR
8 Conference on Mass Media and Race Relations, October 17-18, 1967
conference for CRS by the American Jewish Committee at Columbia University
9 Conflict Clinic, Inc. Conference: A New Model for Dispute Resolution, December 13, 1983
St. Louis, Missouri
10 Conflict Resolution in the Post-Cold War Third World, October 3-5, 1990
USIP conference
11 Conflict Resolution Workshop Materials, 1980s-1992
Box Folder
90 1 Defining a U.S. Negotiation Style, February 17, 1988
Virginia Center for Foreign Affairs
2 "Determining a Company's Social Commitments: An Informal Conference for Corporate Urban Affairs", January 20-21, 1971
Washington, DC; Public Affairs Council
3 Disharmony in the Local Church: Workshop on "The Bishop's Role as Conflict Resolver", May 3, 1989
4 Eastern Sociological Society Panel on "The Sociologist-Activist in the Civil Rights Movement", April 9-11, 1965
New York
5 Educating for Peace? A Conference on a National Academy for the Peaceful Resolution of Conflict, March 1-3, 1978
Emory University
6 Farm Crisis Workshop, March 31 - April 1, 1986
Conflict Clinic
7 Getting to Peace: A Midwest Approach, May 29-30, 1986
Iowa City, Iowa
8 Getting to Peace: A Midwest Approach, May 22-23, 1987
Iowa City, Iowa
9 International Conference on Conflict Resolution in South Africa, Israel and Northern Ireland, September 8-12, 1989
Bonn, Germany
10 International Conference on Conflict Resolution in South Africa, Israel and Northern Ireland, September 9-13, 1989
Bonn, Germany
11 International Conference on Peacebuilding, April 28 - May 3, 1986
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91 1 International Negotiations Workshop at Harvard, July 9-13, 1984
2 Iowa State University In-Service Training Workshop Dealing with Controversial Issues in Extension Education, June 6, 1979
3 Middle Powers Conference, May 14-15, 1987
George Mason University
4 Midwest Conference for the U.S. Institute of Peace, May 11, 1985
Loyola University of Chicago
5 Miscellaneous Conference Brochures and Flyers, 1970-1990
6 National Association of Intergroup Relations Officials (NAIRO) National Conference on Human Rights Workers, September-October 1970
Tulsa, Oklahoma
7 National Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution, March 4-6, 1983
Athens, Georgia; conference organizers and final report
8 National Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution, March 4-6, 1983
Athens, Georgia; follow-up
9 National Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution, September 18-23, 1984
Athens, Georgia
10 National Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution, September 20-23, 1984
University of Missouri-St. Louis
11 National Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution: "Issues of an Emerging Field", September 20-23, 1984
University of Missouri-St. Louis
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92 1 National Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution, June 5-8, 1986
Denver, Colorado
2 National Conference on Religion and Race, January 14-17, 1983
Chicago; includes older conference materials from 1962-1964
3 North American Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution, February 28 - March 5, 1989
Montreal, Canada
4 Northeast Region Conference on Citizen/Community Dispute Resolution, April 26-27, 1979
National Association for Dispute Resolution
5 Peace Corps Physicians Conference, September 11-13, 1970
Arlie House, Warrenton, Virginia
6 "Pragmatic Peacemaking: A Negotiation Workshop", December 14-15, 1987
7 Program on Negotiation and the Conflict Clinic, Inc. Conference for Associates, October 19, 1984
8 "Reducing the Dangers of International Conflict: The Rule of Law and Third-Party Mediation", undated
meeting proposal
9 "Reflections of a Sociologist/Mediator on the Harvard Conference on Dispute Resolution, October 14-16, 1982
10 Resolving Environmental Disputes through Mediation: A Workshop, October 28-30, 1974
Spokane, Washington
11 Sociological Perspectives on Global Conflict and Cooperation: A Research Agenda, February 14-16, 1985
Rancho Santa Fe, California
12 Southern Regional Education Board Conference on Urban Revolt, October 6-8, 1967
Atlanta, Georgia
13 Soviet-American Citizens' Summit, 1977-1978
Alexandria, Virginia
14 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) Conference, October 14-16, 1960
Atlanta, Georgia
15 "Third Party Intervention in Community Conflict: Definitions, Perspectives and Experience", September 18-19, 1973
conference paper by James Laue and Gerald Cormick
16 U.N. Peacemaking and Peacekeeping: 20th U.N. Issues Conference, 1989
Harriman, New York
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93 1 United States Institute of Peace (USIP) Grand Celebration and Inaugural Workshops, November 9-10, 1984
University of Hawaii at Manoa
2 Urban Community Conflict Intervention Meeting, June 27, 1973
Washington, DC
3 "The Use of Mediation in Environmental Disputes", November 12, 1974
paper by Jane E. McCarthy presented at the annual convention of the Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolution
4 Whitehouse Conference: "To Fulfill These Rights", November 16-18, 1965
Washington, DC
5 Whitehouse Conference: "To Fulfill These Rights": Council's Report and Recommendations to the Conference, June 1-2, 1966
6 World Conference on Religion and Peace, ca. 1980
New York
7 World Congress on Peace: The Best Environment, October 25-28, 1985
Vienna, Austria
Series 7: News Clippings and Articles, 1936-1992
This series contains newspaper articles collected and assembled by Laue. Themes include desegregation and civil rights, international politics, biographical pieces and interviews with Laue, and the peace academy campaign. The series is divided into two subseries, the first arranged by date and the second arranged alphabetically by subject or newspaper title.
Subseries 7.1: News Clippings, Chronological, 1936-1992
This subseries contains news clippings arranged by date.
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93 8 News Clippings, 1930s-1960s
9 Newspapers, 1969-1970
10 Newspapers, 1970s
Box Folder
94 1 Newspapers, 1980s
2 Newspapers, 1980s - early 1990s
Subseries 7.2: News Clippings, Alphabetical, 1960-1990
This subseries contains news clippings arranged alphabetically by subject or title.
Box Folder
94 3 CBS Broadcast Excerpt, 1988
re: USIP
4 Chicano Protest, 1971
5 China, 1982
6 Civil Rights Scrapbook 1, February-March 1960
desegregation / sit-ins
7 Civil Rights Scrapbook 2, March 1960
desegregation / sit-ins
8 Civil Rights Scrapbook 3, April 1960
desegregation / sit-ins
9 Civil Rights Scrapbook 4, April-May 1960
desegregation / sit-ins
10 Cold War, Carbide Gas Leak in India, Service Economy, and Farm Assistance, 1986-1988
Box Folder
95 1 Daily Kent Stater, 1978
2 Footnotes: Newsletter of the American Sociological Association, 1982-1984
3 GMU Enrollment Boom and Affirmative Action, 1987
4 Heidegger Article with Annotations, 1962
5 International Politics, Corruption, Racial Violence, and the Conflict Clinic, 1978-1982
6 Manual for the Republican Convention, August 20-23, 1972
radical "Tactical Manual" published by the Red Buffalo Press
7 Mississippi Free Press - Civil Rights, part 1 of 3, 1962-1963
8 Mississippi Free Press - Civil Rights, part 2 of 3, 1963-1964
9 Mississippi Free Press - Civil Rights, part 3 of 3, 1964
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96 1 Negotiation and Mediation, 1986-1989
2 News Clippings Featuring Laue, 1965-1975
CRS, Wisconsin State University-River Falls, Civil Rights
3 News Clippings, Notes and Interviews Featuring James Laue, 1978-1987
4 Peace Academy Campaign, 1976-1979
5 Peace Academy Campaign, 1979-1980
6 Peace Academy Campaign, 1980
7 Peace Academy Campaign, 1980-1981
8 Peace Academy Campaign, 1982-1983
9 Peace Academy Campaign, 1984
10 Peace Corps Times, July-August 1980
Box Folder
97 1 Pope's Visit, October 3, 1979
includes notes
2 Radio Transcript - Unedited: "The Subject is Peacemaking", May 21, 1987
KWMU Radio - NPR in St. Louis
3 Ramsey Clark, August 1970
4 Religion in Politics, 1960-1963
5 River Falls Journal, 1963
River Falls, Wisconsin
6 River Falls Journal - Sportscene, 1956-1957
Laue's sports column
7 United States Institute of Peace, 1985
8 University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) Current, Issue 393 - "Laue Receives Thomas Jefferson Award", March 26, 1981
9 UMSL In Focus, 1977
10 Virginia Beach Greekfest Riots, 1989-1990
11 Washington University-St. Louis - Student Life Digest, 1971-1972
12 Weathermen, Job Corps, and Lost Poverty Funds, 1968-1970
13 Wisconsin State University-River Falls - Student Voice, May 24, 1970
includes article on Laue's commencement speech
Series 8: Photographs, 1942-1992
This series contains mostly black-and-white photographs of Laue from youth through adulthood. The series contains several portraits as well as pictures of Laue with fellow students, family members, and colleagues.
Box Folder
97 14 Commission on Proposals for the National Academy of Peace, ca. 1979-1982
9 black and white photographs featuring Laue and other Commission members, including Hawaii Senator Sparks Matsunaga
15 Fisk University Race Relations Institute, 1960
5 black and white photos, 1 color postcard
16 Friends and Colleagues, ca. mid 1980s - early 1990s
1 black and whit photo, 2 color photos of Laue and colleagues
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98 1 James Laue as a Student with Two Others, ca. 1960
2 James Laue at Age 5 Sitting with Siblings Donald Roy and Annabelle Jean Laue, July 1942
3 James Laue, Commencement Speaker, August 3, 1986
4 Partners for Democratic Change, ca. 1992
3 color photos
5 Peace Circuit Rider - Earl Miner (in PAC Drawer), undated
5 black and white photos of man in space-age three-wheeled go cart
6 Portrait Enclosed with Bio of Thomas Jefferson, ca. 1981
7 Portraits, ca. 1978-1982
6 portraits of Laue, mostly from the Peace Commission era
8 Psychology Conference, Clark University, September 1909
postcard featuring numerous famous psychologists, sociologists, and anthropologists at conference
9 Quebec Conference, June 22-29, 1991
color photograph of attendees
Series 9: Memorabilia, 1949-1993
This series contains certificates, drawings, posters, and other memorabilia mostly from Laue's youth. Included are several items from Laue's participation in the Wisconsin American Legion Badger Boys civic activism program as a child.
Box Folder
98 10 Badger Boys State Merit Certificate and Memorabilia, 1954
includes a Badger Boys Citizens Manual, some badges and merit certificates, hand drawn voting signs, and an American Legion hat
11 Drawings by Laue's Uncle William G. Fortune, 1949
5 color drawings and collages; subjects include horses, landscapes, famous comedians, and a self-portrait
12 George Mason University Certificate of Appreciation for Five Years' Service, April 7, 1993
embossed certificate signed by George Johnson
13 Jimmy Carter Campaign Fan, Plains, Georgia, ca. 1980
cardboard fan with wooden handle advertising Jimmy Carter's presidential campaign
14 Poster for GMU Event, "In the Words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.," a celebration, January 1991
featuring Laue's reflections on personal experiences with MLK
Series 10: Audio Cassettes, 1968-1991
This series contains audio tape recordings of James Laue, Jimmy Carter, and Martin Luther King, Jr.
Box Folder
99 1 Carter - NCPCR, 1991
Jimmy Carter speaking at the National Conference on Peace and Conflict Resolution
2 Iowa Peace Institute, April 1993
Laue speaking at a conference
3 MLK, April 3, 1968
excerpts from Martin Luther King, Jr. speaking in Memphis on the eve of his assassination
4 "Making Ethical Decisions - Dilemmas for the Third Party," part 1 of 2, October 22, 1990
Laue giving guest lecture for CONF 643
5 "Making Ethical Decisions - Dilemmas for the Third Party," part 2 of 2, October 22, 1990
Laue giving guest lecture for CONF 643
6 St. Stephen's United Methodist Church, November 1988
Laue delivering sermon
Series 11: Oversize, 1960-1980
This series contains newspapers and large format magazines mostly dealing with racial issues, protest, and civil rights.
Box Folder
100 1 Ebony, November 1963
10x13" magazine
2 Ebony, March 1968
10x13" magazine
3 Ebony, April 12, 1968
10x13" magazine
4 Ebony, April 12, 1968
10x13" magazine
5 Ebony, April 19, 1968
10x13" magazine
6 Ebony, May 1968
10x13" magazine
7 Ebony, April 1969
10x13" magazine
8 Ebony, August 1970
10x13" magazine
9 Ebony, August 1975
10x13" magazine
10 Look, March 23, 1965
10x13" magazine
11 U.S. News and World Report, June 2, 1980
8.5x11" magazine
12 Harvard Crimson, April 27, 1971
newspaper
13 The Miami Times, August 27, 1960
newspaper
14 New York Times - A Special Supplement: "The Trouble with Black Power" by Christopher Lasch, February 29, 1968
news clipping
15 Palante Latin Revolutionary News Service, November 20, 1970
newspaper
16 The Young Socialist - Boycott Woolworth's, April 1960
newspaper
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