Robert Ricigliano

Robert Ricigliano

Adjunct Professor

Office: Garland Hall, Room 114
Phone: (414) 229-3222
e-mail: robr@uwm.edu
Curriculum Vita: PDF

Degrees:

J.D., Harvard Law School
B.A., Hamilton College

Research Interests:

Managing complexity and systemic approaches to peacebuilding
Peace processes and conflict resolution
Engaging armed groups
Facilitation and complex public disputes

Teaching Interests:

Systems thinking and peacebuilding
Negotiation
International Mediation

Courses Taught:

Commun 675: Communication in International Mediation and Peacebuilding
Global 471: Strategies for Realizing Global Security

Other Relevant Activities:

Director, Master of Sustainable Peacebuilding
Board Chair: Alliance for Peacebuilding

Recent Publications:

Ricigliano, Robert (2012), Making Peace Last: a systemic approach to sustainable peacebuilding, Paradigm Publishers, Boulder, CO.

Ricigliano, Robert (June 2011), "Afghanistan: Planning for Systemic Impact," in The Non-Linearity of Peace Processes. Theory and Practice of Systemic Conflict Transformation, Norbert Ropers, Daniela Korppen, and Hans J. Giessmann eds., Lynne Rienner Publishers, Boulder, CO.

Ricigliano, Robert (January 2011), "A Systems Approach to Cross-Border Peacebuilding," in Cross Board Peacebuilding - Challenges and Responses, Accord Volume 22, edited by William Zartman, Conciliation Resources, London, UK.

Ricigliano, R. (2006). A Three-Dimensional Model of Negotiation. In A. Schneider and C Honeyman (Ed.) The Negotiator’s Fieldbook. Chicago, IL: American Bar Association Books.

Ricigliano, R. & Allen, M. (2006). Cold War, Redux: A critique of, and alternative to, the War on Terrorism. In P. Petro & A. Martin (Eds.) Rethinking Global Security: Media, Popular Culture, and the “War on Terrorism”.New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Ricigliano, R. (Ed.). (2005). Choosing to Engage: Armed Groups and Peace Processes. London, UK: Conciliation Resources.

Williams, S., & Ricigliano, R. (2005). Understanding Armed Groups. In R. Ricigliano (Ed.), Choosing to Engage: Armed Groups and Peace Processes, (pp. 14-17). London, UK: Conciliation Resources.

Ricigliano, R. (2004). Engaging Armed Groups in Peace Processes. London, UK: Conciliation Resources.

Ricigliano, R. (2003). The Chaordic Peace Process. The Journal for the Study of Peace and Conflict, 2003-2004 Annual Edition, 1-11.

Ricigliano, R. 2003. Networks of Effective Action: Implementing an Integrated Approach to Peacebuilding. Security Dialogue 34(4), 445-462.