ELWYN B. ROBINSON DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
CHESTER FRITZ LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA
GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA 58202

CENTER FOR PEACE STUDIES RECORDS

COLLECTION: UA #87

DATES: 1967-1995 [bulk dates 1984-1995]

SIZE: 28.75 linear feet

INTRODUCTION

ACQUISITION: The Center for Peace Studies Records were deposited into the University Archives in July 1995.

ACCESS: Available for inspection under the rules and regulations of the Department of Special Collections.

HISTORICAL SKETCH

In December 1981, University of North Dakota President Thomas J. Clifford invited faculty and students to join him in organizing a "symposium for peace." The symposium was a catalyst for serious reflection on issues related to peace and focused attention on "the fate of the earth."

Clifford formally established the Center for Peace Studies in his 1984 Centennial Address. The newly created program fell under the auspices of the President's office. Over the next two years a major in Peace Studies was created to encourage critical study of the history and contemporary literature related to peace, war, and social justice, as well as enhance public education on these critical human concerns. Faculty associated with the Center developed a proposal for a Peace Studies degree program, which was approved by the University in 1986 and the State Board of Higher Education in the Fall of 1988.

In 1988, the Peace Studies Center was established in UND's Canterbury House. In May of that year, the Center for Peace Studies received a $100,000 grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation for curriculum development. Additional support received from the Otto Bremer Foundation was instrumental in ensuring the Center's existence and on-going effectiveness.

During the 1991-1992 school year, responsibility for the Center was moved from the President's office to that of the Dean of Arts & Sciences. This move resulted in significant governance changes. In 1995, under President Kendall Baker, all state appropriated funds were eliminated, and the Canterbury House was razed. Despite losing its building, the Peace Studies major continues. Since its inception, the Center has enjoyed widespread faculty support. An average of 35 faculty representing every College at the University participate in the Peace Studies curriculum.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The Center for Peace Studies Records were deposited in University Archives during the summer of 1995, when the Center's office in the Canterbury House was closed. Peace Studies materials were removed from filing cabinets by Special Collections staff and the original order of the files was maintained. Documents are organized into eighteen series, then arranged alphabetically within each series. Most documents date from 1968 to 1995.

Series I, Working Papers, consists of reports about Peace Studies meetings, minutes, correspondence, memos, among others. Papers date from 1984 to 1995.

Series II, Peace Education, includes pamphlets concerning the instruction of Peace Studies in grades K-12 as well as higher education. Records date from 1982-1992.

Series III, Peace Action, contains papers dating from 1982-1994 on activism and legislation.

Series IV, Nuclear Weapons, includes papers on arms control, nuclear war, MX missiles, Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI), among others. Records date from 1968-1995.

Series V, Peace Issues, contains material on the military, religion, world peace, pacifism, the Holocaust, and Native Americans. Most documents are undated.

Series VI, Area Studies, consists of a number of sub-series which are grouped geographically as follows. Files within a specific sub-series are arranged alphabetically.

1) Africa
2) Asia
3) Europe
4) North America
5) Middle East
6) Mid-East Organizations
7) South & Central America

Series VII, Race, Class, Gender, includes papers on abortion, feminism, poverty, racism, and other domestic issues.

Series VIII, Human Rights, contains material on Apartheid, the death penalty, children, civil rights, hunger, and other domestic and international issues.

Series IX, Economic, consists of information on defense and military spending within the United States.

Series X, Environment, includes papers on air pollution, energy, nuclear waste, and toxins within the United States.

Series XI, Organizations, General, contains material on domestic and international groups.

Series XII, UND Programs, consists of information on programs and activities at the University of North Dakota, including cultural awareness, Native American programs, recycling on campus and the Women's Center.

Series XIII, North Dakota Education, includes a small number of papers on the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, as well as higher education in the state.

Series XIV, Martin Luther King, contains a small amount of information on Martin Luther King Day, dating from 1989 to 199

Series XV, Miscellaneous Files, consists of materials documenting individuals and countries. The series dates from 1967 to 199

Series XVI, Peace Garden, includes papers on the Peace Garden Award from 1984 to 1991, its budget in 1986, and publicity from 1985-1986.

Series XVII, Peace Studies Programs, contains information on the symposiums and peace conferences.

Series XVIII, Newspaper Clippings, General, consists of numerous files on countries and controversial issues. Folders are arranged alphabetically by name or topic.

BOX AND FOLDER INVENTORY

Box 1
Folder
SERIES I: WORKING PAPERS

  1. Advising Guides
  2. Annual Meeting, 1987
  3. Arts & Sciences Council, 1994
  4. Bremer Reports
  5. Bremer Report: 1985-1986
  6. Meetings and Memos (Bremer 1985-1986)
  7. Curriculum (Bremer 1985-1986)
  8. Seminars (Bremer 1985-1986)
  9. Programs and Publicity (Bremer 1985-1986)
  10. General Readings (Bremer 1985-1986)
  11. Bremer Report 1985-1986
  12. Conference Reports
  13. College of Arts & Sciences
  14. Correspondence 1984-1987
  15. Correspondence 1988-1992
  16. CPS Agenda & Development
  17. CPS Agenda & Development, 1985
  18. CPS Business Minutes, 1986
  19. CPS Business Minutes, 1987
  20. CPS Business Minutes: 1988-1991
  21. CPS Business Minutes, 1992-1995
  22. CPS Faculty Interviews Fall 1991
  23. CPS Governance Principles
  24. CPS Memos 1984-1987
  25. CPS Memos 1988-1992
  26. CPS Policies
  27. Curriculum Committee
  28. Curriculum Dev. Mats.
  29. Curriculum Development Workshop
  30. Curriculum Development
  31. Faculty Development
  32. Faculty Questionnaires
  33. Faculty Retreat Report, 1988
  34. Faculty Retreat Report, 1989
  35. Library Committee
  36. MacArthur Proposal, 1988
  37. Peace Studies Major
  38. Program Committee
  39. Program History
  40. Publications Board
  41. Research Committee
  42. Steering Committee--1986-1990
  43. Steering Committee
  44. Survey of Peace Studies Students

Box 2
Folder
SERIES II: Peace Education

  1. Classroom Activities (1983-1987)
  2. For Concerned Parents and Educators
  3. Imaging (1989)
  4. Language & Literature (1984-1989)
  5. Multi-Cultural Education (1987-1993)
  6. Nuclear Age Education (1987-1993)
  7. Nuclear War Education (1982-1989)
  8. Nuclear War - Effects on Kids (1982)
  9. Peace Education (1982-1991)
  10. Peace Education Grades K-12 (1983-1991)
  11. Peace Education Grades: Higher
  12. Peace Education Grades: Higher (1984-1990)
  13. Peace Research
  14. Pedagogy (1984-1990)
  15. The Teachers Workshop - Peace Studies

SERIES III: Peace Action

  1. African National Congress
  2. Anti-Nuclear Activism (1984-1992)
  3. Draft Register
  4. Grassroots Movement (1985-1992)
  5. Legislation (1983-1987)
  6. Lobbying
  7. National Anti-Apartheid Action and Lobby Day (1987-1988)
  8. North Dakota Congressional Delegates (1987-1993)
  9. Organizing (1983-1987)
  10. Political Correctness
  11. Peace Activism (1989-1994)
  12. Peace Making (1982-1992)
  13. Peace Movement
  14. Public Interest
  15. Public Opinion

Box 3
Folder

  1. Religious Perspectives

SERIES IV: Nuclear Weapons

  1. Canadian Issues
  2. Arms Control (1982-1989)
  3. Arms Race (1971-1993)
  4. Arms Treaties (1970-1988)
  5. Build Down Proposal
  6. Children and the Nuclear Threat (1982-1989)
  7. Civil Defense (1968-1994)
  8. Cuban Missile Crisis
  9. Disarmament
  10. Health & Medical Consequence
  11. Military Industrial Complex
  12. MX Background (1986-1989)
  13. MX - NEPA Hearings (1988)
  14. MX Opposition (1984-1989)
  15. MX Opposition #2 (1987-1991)
  16. MX Press
  17. MX Testimony
  18. Nuclear Deterrence
  19. Nuclear Freeze
  20. Nuclear Free Zones (1986-1990)
  21. Nuclear Opposition
  22. Nuclear Policy (1980-1995)
  23. Protests - local

Box 4
Folder

  1. Nuclear Threat (1982-1986)
  2. Nuclear War Consequences
  3. Nuclear War - General
  4. Nuclear War - Public Opinion (1984-1989)
  5. Nuclear Waste (1980-1989)
  6. Nuclear Weapons (1982-1988)
  7. Nuclear Weapons #2 (1982-1990)
  8. NW - International Law (1987)
  9. Nuclear Winter
  10. Rand Research Agenda (1985)
  11. SDI - 1991
  12. SDI - Opposition
  13. SDI University Funding (1985-1988)
  14. SDI Publications (1984-1988)
  15. Test Ban (1982-1993)
  16. US & USSR 1st Strike Capabilities
  17. Union of Concerned Scientists Briefing

SERIES V: Peace Issues

  1. Aggression
  2. Art & Literature
  3. Basic Values
  4. Capitalism
  5. Civil Disobedience
  6. Conflict
  7. Colonialism
  8. Conflict Analysis
  9. Conflict Resolution
  10. Conscientious Objector
  11. Covert Action
  12. Democracy
  13. Development
  14. Diplomacy

Box 5
Folder

  1. Drama
  2. Ethics
  3. Geopolitics
  4. Ghandi
  5. Globalization
  6. "Global Village"
  7. Holocaust
  8. Humor
  9. Iran-Contra Affair
  10. Marxism
  11. Mass Media
  12. Military
  13. Militarism
  14. Military History
  15. Military Propaganda
  16. Nationalism
  17. Native Americans
  18. NATO
  19. Nobel Prize
  20. Now - Violence
  21. Now - Violence Pacifism: Draft Resistance
  22. Peace Activism with a Religious Base Movement
  23. Peace Tax Fund
  24. Political Activism
  25. Population
  26. POW/MIA
  27. Religion
  28. ROTC
  29. Socialism
  30. Technology and National Policy
  31. Transarmament: Civilian Based Defense
  32. United Nations
  33. Warfare & Aggression

Box 6
Folder

  1. World Government
  2. World Order
  3. World Peace - International
  4. World System Theory

SERIES VI: Area Studies
Sub-Series Africa

  1. Africa - misc.
  2. Africa - refugees
  3. Angola & Unita
  4. Ethiopia
  5. Kenya
  6. Mozambique
  7. 1Namibia
  8. 1Nigeria
  9. 13 Rwanda
  10. 1Somalia
  11. 1South Africa 1993-
  12. 1South Africa 1991-1993
  13. 1South Africa 1988-1990
  14. 1South Africa 1986-1987
  15. South Africa 1975-1985
  16. Zimbabwe

Sub-Series Asia

  1. Asia Misc.
  2. Cambodia
  3. China
  4. India
  5. Japan
  6. New Guinea
  7. Pakistan
  8. South Korea
  9. Sri Lanka
  10. Tibet
  11. USSR
  12. Vietnam

Box 7
Folder
Sub-Series Europe

  1. Eastern Europe
  2. Europe
  3. Europe - Conventional Forces
  4. France
  5. Germany
  6. Germany - Green Party
  7. Hungary
  8. Ireland
  9. Netherlands
  10. Poland
  11. Yugoslavia

Sub-Series North America

  1. 1Canada
  2. 1 United States
  3. 1U.S./Canada
  4. 1U.S. Foreign Policy
  5. 1U.S. Foreign Policy - South Africa
  6. 1U.S. - Soviet Relations

Sub-Series Middle East

  1. 1Algeria
  2. Arab-Israeli Conflict
  3. Bahrain
  4. Curriculum
  5. Cyprus
  6. Egypt
  7. Gulf War
  8. Gulf War Consequences
  9. Gulf War Geopolitical History
  10. Gulf War Opposition
  11. Gulf War U.S. Foreign Policy
  12. Iran
  13. Iran-Iraq War

Box 8
Folder

  1. Iraq
  2. Islam
  3. Israel #1
  4. Israel #2
  5. Jordan
  6. Kuwait
  7. Lebanon
  8. Libya
  9. Mid East - Class Issues
  10. ME - Culture
  11. 1ME - Demographics
  12. 1ME - Economy
  13. 1 ME - Energy
  14. 1ME - Food/Hunger Issues
  15. 1ME - Geography
  16. 1ME - Geopolitics
  17. 1ME - History
  18. 1ME - Human Rights
  19. ME - Labor
  20. ME - Peace Process
  21. ME - Philosophy
  22. ME - Refugees
  23. ME - Regional Security
  24. ME - Religious Issues
  25. ME - Soviet Foreign Policy
  26. ME - U.S. Foreign Policy
  27. ME - Water Issues
  28. Occupied Territories
  29. Palestine
  30. Palestine: Book Reviews, Notes
  31. Saudi Arabia

Box 9
Folder

  1. Syria
  2. Tunisia
  3. Turkey
  4. United Arab Emirates
  5. West Bank

Sub-Series Mid-East Organizations

  1. American-Israeli Council for Israeli-Palestinian Peace
  2. American Arab Affairs Council
  3. Americans for ME understanding
  4. Amid East
  5. American Near East Refugee Aid
  6. 1Arab-American
  7. 1Arab Anti discrimination Committee
  8. 1 Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies
  9. 1Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
  10. 1Coalition to stop U.S. Intervention in the Middle East
  11. 1Fellowship of Reconciliation
  12. 1Grassroots International
  13. 1Green Peace
  14. Human Rights Information Center
  15. Institute for Palestine Studies
  16. Institute for Policy Studies
  17. Jerusalem Fund
  18. Jewish Committee on the Middle East
  19. Middle East Institute
  20. Middle East-Videos, Text-Available
  21. ME American Friends Service Committee
  22. ME Peace Groups
  23. ME Witness
  24. Military Families Support Network
  25. National Campaign for Peace in ME
  26. National Council on US - Arab Relations
  27. National Priorities Project
  28. New American View
  29. New York University
  30. Operation Real Security
  31. OUT NOW!!
  32. Palestine Human Rights Campaign
  33. Palestine Human Rights Info. Center
  34. Palestine Perspectives/Research
  35. Perm. Mission - State of Bahrain
  36. Professional's Coalition for Nuclear Arms Control
  37. Progressive Student Network
  38. United Palestinian Appeal
  39. University of Washington
  40. Veterans for Peace
  41. War Registers League
  42. Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

Sub-Series South & Central America

  1. Argentina
  2. Brazil
  3. Central America
  4. Central Am. Peace Plan 1987-1988
  5. 5HAGA Central America
  6. 5 Chile
  7. 5Contadora
  8. 5Costa Rica
  9. 5Cuba
  10. 5El Salvador #1
  11. 5El Salvador #2

Box 10
Folder

  1. Haiti
  2. Honduras
  3. Latin America
  4. Mexico
  5. Nicaragua 1985
  6. Nicaragua
  7. Panama
  8. Puerto Rico
  9. South America
  10. Right Wing & Counter Efforts
  11. Minnesota - Central American Connection
  12. Central American Connection
  13. Liberation Theology
  14. Pastors for Peace
  15. Sanctuary Movement
  16. U.S. out of Central America
  17. Focus on Central America
  18. Nicaraguan Monitor
  19. Alert
  20. Inter-Religious Task Force
  21. Witness for Peace
  22. Central American Newsletters - Misc.
  23. Project Minnesota - LEON
  24. Resource Center Bulletin
  25. Connection to the Americas
  26. Madre
  27. Nicaraguan Newspapers - Misc.

SERIES VII: Race, Class, Gender

  1. Abortion Debate/Issues
  2. Black Culture
  3. Crimes Against Women
  4. Discrimination
  5. Domestic Violence
  6. EcoFeminism
  7. Feminism
  8. Feminism and Peace
  9. Feminism and Peace #2

Box 11
Folder

  1. Feminist Pedagogy
  2. Feminist Poetry
  3. Gay & Lesbian Issues
  4. Gender Issues
  5. Global Feminism
  6. History of Women's Movement
  7. Inequality
  8. Indigenous People
  9. Native American Women's Issues
  10. Poverty
  11. Poverty #2
  12. Political Action for Women
  13. Racism
  14. Sexism
  15. Sexual Violence
  16. Shelters
  17. Women - Misc.
  18. Women - Misc. #2
  19. Women on War

SERIES VIII: Human Rights

  1. Anti-Apartheid
  2. Atomic & H Bomb Suffers
  3. Canadian Peace Congress
  4. Black Caucus
  5. Children
  6. Civil Liberties
  7. Civil Rights
  8. Death Penalty
  9. First Amendment
  10. Genocide
  11. Hate Crimes Legislation
  12. Health Care
  13. Human Rights - B. Weston
  14. International Issues - Human Rights
  15. Human Rights Literature
  16. Human Rights Articles - Misc.
  17. Human Rights Articles - Misc. #2

Box 12
Folder

  1. Hunger
  2. Hunger #2
  3. International Law
  4. Martin Luther King
  5. Labor Issues
  6. Political Rights
  7. Refugees
  8. Refugees - UNHCR
  9. Relief Agencies
  10. Torture
  11. Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  12. World Court

SERIES IX: Economic

  1. Defense Cuts
  2. Defense Planning
  3. Defense Spending
  4. Disarmament Projections
  5. Economic Conversion and Academic Military Contracts
  6. Economic Conversion - Bases
  7. Economic Conversion - General
  8. Economic Conversion Legislation
  9. Economic Conversion Policy
  10. Economy
  11. Military Spending - Employment Research Associates
  12. Military Spending - Impact Stats
  13. Military Spending: Stat Info.
  14. Military Tax Burden on States
  15. Peace Dividend
  16. Social Investment

SERIES X: Environment

  1. Air Pollution
  2. Agricultural Issues

Box 13
Folder

  1. Animal Rights
  2. Conservation
  3. Earth Summit
  4. Energy
  5. Environmental
  6. Environmental #2
  7. Garbage
  8. Nuclear Power
  9. Nuclear Waste
  10. Test Ban
  11. Toxins

SERIES XI: Organizations, General

  1. Access
  2. Adult Abuse Community Service
  3. African National Congress
  4. American Friends Service Committee
  5. AFSC - Peace work
  6. AFSCME
  7. Albert Einstein Institute
  8. Alliance for our Common Future
  9. American Civil Liberties Union
  10. American Peace Test
  11. American Program Bureau
  12. Amnesty, International
  13. Animal Rights
  14. Anniversary Tours, Inc.
  15. Audubon
  16. Baha'i
  17. Bemidji Friends for a Non-Violent World
  18. Beyond War
  19. Bread for the World
  20. Business Executives for National Security Education Fund, Inc.
  21. Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security
  22. Canadian Organizations
  23. Care
  24. Carter Center
  25. CC for Conscientious Objection
  26. Center for Common Security
  27. Center for Defense Information
  28. Center for Economic Conversion
  29. Center for Global Education
  30. Center for Non-Violent Alternatives
  31. Center for Policy Alternatives
  32. Center for Social Concerns
  33. Center for the Study of Democracy - Bulgaria
  34. Center for Victims of Torture
  35. Center for War, Peace, and the News Media
  36. CEPS
  37. Children of War
  38. Christic Institute

Box 14
Folder

  1. Christic Institute: Action Alert Newsletter
  2. Church Women United
  3. CISPES
  4. Citizen Alert
  5. Citizen Exchange Council
  6. Clean Water Action
  7. Clergy and Laity Concerned
  8. Colgate University
  9. Comrades
  10. Common Cause
  11. Conflict and Change Center
  12. Coalitions
  13. Common Security Defense and Disarmament
  14. Concerned Citizens Against Prejudice
  15. Conferences and Lectures
  16. Conflict Resolution Center
  17. Co-op America
  18. Copred
  19. Copred Conferences
  20. Copred Meeting, Atlanta-1993
  21. Copred Mini-Directory
  22. CROP
  23. Cross-Border Conferences - 1986
  24. Defense Economic Adjustment Program
  25. Environmental Groups
  26. Educator's Groups
  27. F/M Peaceworkers
  28. Fellowship of Reconciliation
  29. Festival for Peace
  30. Five Continent Initiative
  31. Fourth Freedom Forum
  32. Geelan, Agnes
  33. Getting to Peace
  34. Foundation for Peace
  35. Grand Forks Area Refugee Resettlement Coalition
  36. GFAFB
  37. Global Exchange
  38. Global International Security
  39. Green Organizations
  40. GRIP - Peace Research & Info. Group
  41. Ground Zero Project
  42. Ground Zero Minnesota
  43. Habitat for Humanity
  44. Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs
  45. Honeywell Project
  46. HONOR - Indigenous people
  47. Human Right Watch
  48. INFACT
  49. Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies
  50. Institute for Human Rights and Responsibilities
  51. Institute for East/West Security Studies
  52. Institute for International Cooperation and Development
  53. Institute for Peace and Security
  54. Institute for World Order
  55. International Peace Garden
  56. International Peace Walk, Inc.
  57. IPRA
  58. Jobs with Peace
  59. MN Jobs with Peace
  60. Klanwatch Project
  61. K & S Speakers Bureau
  62. Lawyers Alliance

Box 15
Folder

  1. Marquis Project
  2. Martin Institute
  3. Mayors Task Force
  4. Mayors Committee on Discrimination
  5. Meadowcreek Project
  6. Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute - Peace Law
  7. Middle East Witness
  8. Military Spending Research Services, Inc.
  9. MN. Center for Peace Education
  10. MN. Peace Corps
  11. MN. Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign
  12. MLK Federal Commission
  13. Mobilization for Survival
  14. Moorhead Kennedy Inst.
  15. National Association of Installation Developers
  16. National Commission for Economic Conversion & Disarmament
  17. National Peace Institute Foundation
  18. National Peace Institute Foundation - Midwest Council/Correspondence
  19. NCPCR
  20. NCPCR 1993
  21. Net News
  22. ND Rural Life Poll
  23. NDPC Board of Directors Minutes
  24. NDPC Board of Directors 1993-1994
  25. NDPC General
  26. NDPC Letters
  27. NDPC Newsletter
  28. NGO Committee on Disarmament
  29. NPIF - Documents
  30. NPIF Midwest Conference 1989
  31. Neighbor to Neighbor
  32. Nicaragua Solidarity Committee
  33. Non-Violence International
  34. Non-Violent Alternatives Study Program
  35. North American Conference on Peace Making & Conflict Resolution
  36. North Dakota Centennial
  37. ND Congressional Delegation
  38. ND Consensus Council
  39. ND Humanities Council
  40. ND Organizations - Misc.

Box 16
Folder

  1. Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
  2. Nukewatch
  3. Ohio Peace & Conflict Management Commission
  4. Ohio Peace Ed. Network
  5. OPTIONS
  6. Operation Real Security
  7. Organizations - Misc.
  8. Out Now - Grassroots watch
  9. OXFAM
  10. Peace Academy Campaign
  11. Peace Development Fund
  12. Peacenet
  13. Peace Pole Project
  14. Peace Prize Forum
  15. Peaceworks
  16. PEPP
  17. Peace Studies Ass.
  18. PSA - Documents
  19. PSA Executive Committee
  20. PSA - Finance Committee
  21. Pittsburgh Peace Inst.
  22. Professional Coalition for Nuclear Arms Control
  23. Progressive Coalition
  24. Progressive Student Network
  25. Project Peacemakers
  26. Psychologist for Social Responsibility (PSR)
  27. PEI
  28. PSR - Physicians
  29. Rainbow Coalition
  30. Raoul Wallenburg Committee
  31. Red Cross
  32. Regional Economic Models, Inc.
  33. Rural Coalition
  34. Red River Valley Peace Workers
  35. SANE
  36. SANE/Freeze Reports
  37. St. Louis Arms Freeze Forecast
  38. Sierra Club
  39. Sierra City Project
  40. Skyguard

Box 17
Folder

  1. South African Groups
  2. Speaker's Bureau
  3. Royce Carlton Agency
  4. William Morris Agency
  5. Speak Out
  6. SSRI - UND
  7. Stanley Foundation
  8. State Department
  9. Student Action Network
  10. Study Circles Resource Center
  11. Trilateral Commission
  12. UCAM
  13. UCAM - Network News
  14. UCP
  15. UCPNW
  16. UCS (Union Concerned Scientists)
  17. UCS - Statement
  18. UNA - USA
  19. UN Development Program
  20. UNICEF
  21. UNIDIR
  22. Unitarian Universalist
  23. United Mine Workers
  24. United Nations
  25. U.S. Anti-Apartheid Newsletter
  26. U.S. Inst. of Peace
  27. U.S. Peace Council
  28. University Conversion Project
  29. Vandenburg, AFB
  30. Veteran's Groups
  31. Vista
  32. WAMM
  33. War Resisters League
  34. Washington Office on Africa
  35. Winnipeg Peace Groups
  36. Witness for Peace
  37. WILPF
  38. Womens Network of the Red River Valley
  39. Women's Organizations
  40. World Order Models Project
  41. World Peace Makers
  42. World Federalists
  43. World Policy Institute
  44. Worldwatch Inst.
  45. Young Communist League
  46. YSA

Box 18
Folder
SERIES XII:UND Programs

  1. Academic Freedom
  2. American Association of University Women
  3. Arabic Club
  4. Black Cultural Center
  5. Central America Solidarity Committee
  6. Cultural Awareness Committee
  7. Diversity Activities 1994-1995
  8. Environment Conservation Organization
  9. Environmental Studies
  10. Honors Program
  11. Integrated Studies
  12. International Centre
  13. International Centre Advisory Guide
  14. International Education
  15. International Organization
  16. Mayors Committee on Discrimination
  17. Pew Roundtables
  18. Native American Programs
  19. New Directions
  20. Recycling Committee
  21. Recycling Committee, Workbook Part 1
  22. Recycling Committee, Workbook Part 2
  23. Russian/Soviet Studies
  24. State Employees
  25. Student Organizations - Advising
  26. SOAR
  27. Student Political Action Network
  28. Students for Peace
  29. Students for Peace 1991-1992
  30. Task Force on International Education
  31. UND Cultural Diversity Forums
  32. UND Beyond War 1988-1990
  33. UND Faculty
  34. UND Newsletters
  35. UND Policy, Structure
  36. UND Programs, Contacts
  37. UND Services
  38. Women's Center

Box 19
Folder

  1. Women's Programs
  2. Women's Equity Comm.
  3. Women's Studies Executive Comm.

SERIES XIII: ND Education

  1. Communique: NDSBHE
  2. Dept. of Public Instruction
  3. Higher Education Articles
  4. NDPEN
  5. ND State Board of Higher Education

SERIES XIV: MLK

  1. Background - 1992
  2. Day - 1989
  3. Day - 1991
  4. MLK Day
  5. Programs - 1992
  6. Programming 1993

SERIES XV:Miscellaneous Files

  1. Benjamin Ring 1987
  2. Betty Reardon
  3. Burns Weston
  4. Central America Week 1991
  5. C. Etchegoyhen - Spring 1993
  6. Chadwick Alger, Consultant 1987
  7. Christic Institute - 1987
  8. Chris Moore 1987
  9. Cultural Diversity Forums 1993
  10. Daniel Berrigan 1986
  11. David Little
  12. Don Scott - Manitoba Nuclear Free Zone
  13. EL - Assal, Arch Deacon
  14. Empowerment Workshop 1986
  15. Faith Perspectives on Peace
  16. Fall Program, Human Rights
  17. Films/Holocaust - Human Rights
  18. Global Conflicts
  19. Global Conflicts Speakers
  20. Green Peace - fall 1990
  21. Hitlerism and the Holocaust
  22. Holocaust Education - 1989
  23. Holocaust/Human Rights - Budget
  24. Human Right Education - 1990
  25. Human Right - Resources
  26. Joseph Olmert
  27. Making Connections - 1986
  28. Meeting Notes
  29. Middle East Lecture Series - 1991
  30. Native American Expo
  31. ND & Military Spending

Box 20
Folder

  1. NDPC Congress
  2. Paul Findley - Apr. 1985
  3. Paul Loeb
  4. Program Responses
  5. Programs 1967 - Spring 1993
  6. Robbie Lieberman 1987
  7. Ronnie Rosenburg 1989
  8. SDI/"Star Wars" - 1985
  9. Somalia Relief
  10. South Africa Budgets
  11. South Africa Press Packet
  12. South Africa Speakers - 1986
  13. South Africa Speakers - 1988
  14. South Africa Symposium - 1986
  15. South Africa Symposium - 1989
  16. Spring Symposium Brochure
  17. Spring Symposium Films - 1990
  18. Spring Symposium Publicity - 1990
  19. Spring Symposium Speakers - 1990
  20. Stanley Brunn
  21. Tibet - 1991
  22. United Nations Day
  23. William Sloan Coffin - June 1989
  24. World Food Day

SERIES XVI: Peace Garden

  1. Award
  2. Award 1990-1991
  3. Award 1989
  4. Business - 1988
  5. Business - 1986
  6. Budget - 1986
  7. Publicity 1986
  8. Award - Comadres - 1985
  9. Publicity - 1985
  10. Award - 1984

SERIES XVII: Peace Studies Programs

  1. Program Response
  2. Peace Studies 1984-1985
  3. Symposium 1984
  4. Peace Conference - Banners, Flyers
  5. Refugee Programs of North Dakota
  6. Symposium II
  7. Symposium I
  8. Peace Conference Originals 1983

Box 21
Folder
SERIES XVIII: Newspaper Clippings, General

  1. ABM/Nekoma
  2. Abortion
  3. Afghanistan
  4. Africa
  5. AIDS
  6. Albania
  7. Angola
  8. Animal Rights
  9. Arms Control
  10. Asia
  11. Australia
  12. Backscatter
  13. Borders Defense, Entry
  14. Bulgaria
  15. Bangladesh
  16. Britain
  17. Cambodia
  18. Canada
  19. Central America
  20. Chuck Hager
  21. Chemical Weapons
  22. China
  23. Civil Rights
  24. Contras
  25. Covert Operations
  26. Cuba
  27. Cultural Diversity
  28. Czechoslovakia
  29. Death Penalty
  30. Democracy
  31. Eastern Europe
  32. Economic Conversion
  33. Economic Issues
  34. Egypt
  35. El Salvador
  36. Environmental Issues
  37. Europe
  38. Feminism
  39. Foreign Relations
  40. Gay & Lesbian Issues
  41. Gays in the Military
  42. Gender Issues
  43. Germany
  44. GFAFB
  45. Gulf Crisis 1/90-9/90
  46. Gulf Crisis 10/90-12/90
  47. Gulf Crisis 1/91
  48. Gulf Crisis 2/91

Box 22
Folder

  1. Gulf Crisis 3/91-12/91
  2. Gulf Crisis 1992
  3. Gun Control
  4. Haiti
  5. Hate Crimes
  6. Holocaust
  7. Hostages
  8. Human Rights
  9. Hungary
  10. India
  11. Iraq 1993
  12. Iraq Gate
  13. Iraq - Kurds
  14. Iraq - Nuclear Forces
  15. Israel
  16. Japan
  17. Martin Luther King
  18. Kuwait
  19. L.A. Riot
  20. Legislation
  21. Liberia
  22. Libya
  23. Lithuania
  24. Local Peace Activity
  25. Mandela
  26. Media & Popular Crime
  27. Mexico
  28. Middle East
  29. ME Peace Accord
  30. ME Peace Conference
  31. Military Spending
  32. Military Weapons
  33. Misc.
  34. Mozambique
  35. Namibia
  36. Native American Issues
  37. NATO
  38. Nazi
  39. Nicaragua
  40. Northern Ireland
  41. North Korea
  42. N.D. Delegation
  43. Nuclear Forces
  44. Nuclear Waste
  45. Opinion/Editorials
  46. Panama
  47. Peace Movement
  48. Peru
  49. Philippines
  50. Poland
  51. Political Prisoners
  52. Population Conference
  53. Poverty
  54. Problem Areas

Box 23
Folder

  1. Protests
  2. Rainbow Coalition
  3. Refugees
  4. Romania
  5. Russia
  6. Rwanda
  7. SDI/Star Wars
  8. Sioux Name Change
  9. Sister City - Ishim
  10. Socialism
  11. Somalia
  12. Soviet Republics
  13. South America
  14. South Africa 1985-1986
  15. SA 1987-1989
  16. SA 1990-1991
  17. South Korea
  18. Student Activism
  19. Sudan
  20. Syria
  21. Terrorism
  22. Test Ban
  23. Thailand
  24. Trade Center Bombing
  25. Ukraine
  26. UND Budget Crisis
  27. UND Name Change
  28. UND Peace Studies Program
  29. UND Programs
  30. U.N.
  31. U.S. Congress
  32. U.S. Foreign Policy
  33. U.S.S.R. through 1989
  34. U.S.S.R. 1990
  35. U.S.S.R. 1991
  36. U.S.S.R. 1992
  37. U.S. - U.S.S.R. Relationships
  38. Vietnam
  39. Violence
  40. War Zones
  41. Women's Issues
  42. Yugoslavia
  43. Misc.

 Original Donation  First Addition: 1987-1995
 Second Addition: 1985-1990  

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