Identity has the potential to lead to great mobilization or great destruction. As activists, if we can master the power of engaging with identity effectively, we can educate and open
Women's Month calls on us to celebrate women in all areas of life, and to address the issues faced by women, in the past and present, around the world. As
In his fascinating and disturbing article ‘Red Cross, Double Cross’ (published in June 2010’s Journal of American History; containing all references herein), Thomas A. Guglielmo writes about one Sylvia Tucker
There are many ways to access identity and cultural knowledge and material. In the first edition of “Techniques corner”, we looked at metaphors and how analyzing them can give insights
by Oliver Puckey The Jewish-Austrian author Stefan Zweig’s memoir The World of Yesterday: Memoirs of a European offers an erudite and personal insight into the seismic transformation of European society between
The OICD is proud to announce a new partnership with St John's, Malta to offer the course "Conflict Resolution – Addressing Divisions of Identity". Co-conceived with St. John's Malta, and designed
Pandemic Identities with Pamela J. Stewart and Andrew Strathern: How COVID-19 is affecting 'us' and 'them' narratives. In this edition of Identity Digest, our Coffee with ID section has gone virtual!
Project News We are very honored to announce a new partnership with the John Howard Society Ottawa (JHSO) on an adaptation of the OICD’s EMIC methodology to JHSO's goals to prevent