En Hommage: The Contributions of I. William Zartman
In this tribute to the 2001 International Association for Conflict Management Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, we recognize and celebrate the work of I. William (Bill) Zartman—a prolific scholar who has offered understanding and insight about conflict, negotiation, and peace throughout a remarkable career. We specifically highlight Zartman's substantial contribution to scholarship, knowledge, and understanding in four areas: international negotiation; negotiation and conflict in Africa; negotiation complexity and its analysis; and his work as a teacher and educator. The article closes by providing Bill Zartman with an opportunity to reflect and impart words of wisdom to negotiation and conflict management students and scholars.
Keywords: teacher and educator, negotiation and conflict in Africa, negotiation complexity and its analysis, international negotiation
How to Cite:
Crump, L. & Terrence Hopmann, P. & Lyons, T. & Spector, B., (2017) “En Hommage: The Contributions of I. William Zartman”, Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 11(1), 53-71. doi: https://doi.org/10.34891/njsc-f194