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Boudreau, Thomas

Faculty, Center for Conflict Resolution
Holloway Hall (HH) 105
410-677-4824 or ext 74824
teboudreausalisburyedu
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2014 Spring

  • CADR 300-001 THEORIES CONFL ICT & RESOL
    Examines the root cause of social conflict from a variety of theoretical perspectives. Conflict analysis is examined using psychological, sociological, anthropological, political and internal national relations perspectives. Identifies various factors, variables and social dynamics that often signal the onset of social conflict. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • CADR 403-001 RESOLVING ENVIRON CONFLICT
    Environmental conflict is the major problem facing most civilizations in the 21st century. This course provides a systems approach to the examination of the sources of environmental conflict as well as various ways to reach resolution. The core challenge is to balance basic human needs while effectively protecting, preserving or conserving vital parts of the physical and biological environment. This course presents a number of conflict intervention models and techniques. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • CADR 490-002 INDIVIDUAL DIRECTED STUDY
    Enables advanced students to pursue individualized work through field study or other projects of their own choosing, under the direction of a faculty member. Students may use the resources available at the Center for Conflict Resolution to become involved in on-going projects. May be repeated for a maximum of eight credits with faculty approval. Prerequisites: CADR 200, major in conflict analysis and dispute resolution, and permission of instructor. One to three hours per week with enhancement.
  • CADR 540-151 THEORIES OF CONFL & CONFL RES
    Examines theoretical base relating to conflict sources and conflict intervention. Provides a series of frameworks for analyzing complex conflict dynamics. Three hours per week.
  • CADR 651-001 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    A seminar that helps execute a professional development project. Opportunities for peer review and establishing incremental goals are available in this course. Students wishing to execute a professional development project must make this known in their first year of study and must complete and publicly present their project prior to the end of their final semester. Prerequisite: CADR 610 and permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

2014 Summer I

  • CADR 301-001 INTL CONFLICT & RESOLUTION
    Focuses on the variety of root sources of conflict between nation states. Underscores the early detection and successful prevention of large-scale acts of aggression and violence between nation states. Case studies will be employed to understand and explain these international disputes. Some key players in these conflicts will serve as resource persons for class. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • CADR 640-001 FIELD PRACTICUM I
    An intensive, semester-long practicum, focused on practical field-based experiential learning. An academic program coordinator will assist in developing a practicum site and project. The course requires an average of five-six hours per week throughout the semester in addition to the time reserved for classroom activity, reading, and research for the final project. Prerequisites: CADR 500 and CADR 520. Five to six hours per week.

2014 Fall

  • CADR 300-001 THEORIES CONFL ICT & RESOL
    Examines the root cause of social conflict from a variety of theoretical perspectives. Conflict analysis is examined using psychological, sociological, anthropological, political and internal national relations perspectives. Identifies various factors, variables and social dynamics that often signal the onset of social conflict. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • CADR 303-001 STUDIES IN CON ANLYS & DIS RES
    Selected areas of study within varied subfields of conflict analysis and dispute resolution. Course may be taken three times under different subtitles. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • CADR 500-151 INTRO TO CONFL ANLYS & RES
    Introduction to the various practices, history and formative theories of the field; basic analytical and conceptual frameworks; and how theory and practice reinforce each other. Explores how values and worldviews shape practices, and will include reflective exercises to identify individual styles, value sets and approaches to conflict and intervention. Three hours per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Boudreau, T. 
(2012). 
The Modern Law of Nations: Jus Gentium & the Role of Roman Jurisprudence in Shaping the Post World War II International Legal Order. 
The Digest: National Italian American Bar Association Journal, 
1-40. 
Boudreau, T. 
(2012). 
The Law of Nations & John Locke's Second Treatise: The Emergence of the Fiduciary Legal Order During World War II. 
Journal Jurisprudence, 
15, 
285-352. 
Boudreau, T. 
(2012). 
The Law of Nations and John Locke's Second Treatise: The Emergence of the Fiduciary Legal Order during World War II. 
The Journal Jurisprudence, 
15, 
285-352. 

Book Chapters

Boudreau, T. E. (2011). When the Killing Begins: An Epistemic Inquiry into Violent Human Conflict, Contested Truths, & Multiplex Methodology. T. Matyok, S. Byrnes, & J. Senehi (Eds.), Critical Issues in Peace & Conflict Studies: Theory, Practice & Pedagogy. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Boudreau, T. & Polkinghorn, B. (2010). Collective Security. N. Young (Eds.), The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Polkinghorn, B. & Boudreau, T. (2010). Basic human needs. N. Young (Eds.), The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Polkinghorn, B. & Boudreau, T. (2010). Unilateral Peace Initiatives. N. Young (Eds.), The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Boudreau, T. E. (2009). Peace Paradigms. T. McElwee, B. Hall, J. Liechty, & J. Garber (Eds.), Peace, Justice & Security Studies: A Curriculum Guide. U.K.: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
Boudreau, T. & Polkinghorn, B. (2008). Reversing the destructive discourses of dehumanization: A model for reframing narratives in protracted social conflict through identity affirmation. P. G. Coy (Eds.), Research in Social Movements, Conflict and Change. United Kingdom: Emerald.
Boudreau, T. E. (2008). Human Agonistes: Interdisciplinary Inquiry into Ontological Agency & Human Conflict. D. Sandole, S. Byrne, I. Sandole-Staroste & J. Senehi (Eds.), Handbook of Conflict Analysis & Resolution. New York: Routledge Press.
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Other

Boudreau, T. (2012). The Modern Law of Nations.. , Syracuse, NY.
Boudreau, T. (2011). Examining the Abysses: Violent Human Conflict, Embedded Human Agency & Multiplex Methodology. Conference Proceedings. March 2011 Inter-University ADR Symposium: A Cyber-Space conference sponsored by the Dept. of Justice, The University of Alaska.. Presented at Department of Justice, University of Alaska
Boudreau, T. & Truitt, D. (2011). I Want None of Your Gifts!: A Moliere Mediation & the Study of Failures in Third Party Intervention.  Conference Proceedings. March 2011 Inter-University ADR Symposium: A Cyber-Space conference sponsored by the Department of Justice, The University of Alaska.. Presented at Department of Justice, University of Alaska

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