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Publication Date: 1994
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
This remarkable and compelling anthology springs from the relationship between art and contemporary culture. It questions society's role in setting up the contexts for violence in the home, and the battlefields of our streets and in international conflicts. It is a supremely intelligible and optimistic work with writing by many involved with law, film, medicine, visual arts, psychology, peace studies, drama, literature, media, dance, environment, violence prevention, religion, and other disciplines. William Kelly is a Fulbright Fellow and former Dean of the Victorian College of the Arts, Australia. He is an artist, pacifist and the initiator of The Peace Project.Kelly, Bill is the author of 'Violence to Non-Violence Individual Perspectives, Communal Voices An Anthology', published 1994 under ISBN 9783718654673 and ISBN 3718654679.
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