Elise Boulding's Legacy to the Twenty‐First Century: Reflections on Her Contributions to Understanding Conflict and Peace
This article is a set of tributes about Elise Boulding, one of the great peace scholars and activists of the twentieth century, by four who knew her as a friend, and as mother (Russell), colleague (Kevin), biographer (Mary Lee), and mentor (Andrea). Elise Boulding, the 2000 recipient of the International Association for Conflict Management (IACM) Lifetime Achievement Award Winner, made significant contributions to understanding conflict and peace as a peace activist, peace scholar, futurist, feminist, and family sociologist. She also left a lasting legacy as a networker and builder of communities of scholars and activists. Each tribute offers a different perspective on the impact she had on the personal lives of each contributor and the significance of Elise Boulding's work.
Keywords: conflict, conflict resolution, Civil Society Organizations, futures imaging, global civic culture, international relations, network, peace, peacebuilding, peaceful futures, Quaker, sustainability, systems, United Nations, women and peace
How to Cite:
Boulding, J. & Clements, K. & Morrison, M. & Strimling Yodsampa, A., (2016) “Elise Boulding's Legacy to the Twenty‐First Century: Reflections on Her Contributions to Understanding Conflict and Peace”, Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 9(4), 274-291. doi: https://doi.org/10.34891/3dfa-dj98