Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
Women's and Gender Studies
- @New York City
41 Park Row 1102
New York City
Dr. Emily Welty is the Director of Peace and Justice Studies. She serves as Vice Moderator of the World Council of Churches and the Main Representative to the United Nations for the International Peace Research Association.
PhD , School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London , London, United Kingdom , 2011
Study of Religions
MA , American University , Washington, DC , 2005
International Peace and Conflict Resolution
BA , College of Wooster , Wooster, Ohio , 2000
Welty, E. E. Unity in Diversity: interfaith dialogue in the Middle East. Washington DC, USA: United States Institute of Peace.
Welty, E. E. & Bolton, M. (2017). The Role of Short Term Volunteers in Responding to Humanitarian Crises: Lessons from the 2010 Haiti Earthquake. Michael Holenweger, Michael Karl and Jager Franz Kernic (Eds.), Leadership in Extreme Situations. Zurich: Springer. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-55059-6_7
Welty, E. E. "Anxiety and the Undergraduate Classroom". Reflections on Academic Lives: Identities, Struggles, and Triumphs in Graduate School and Beyond. Palgrave Macmillan.
Welty, E. E. (2016, May). The Theological Landscape of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty: the Catholic Church, the World Council of Churches and the bomb. Global Policy.
Welty, E. E. (2015). “Activism, Agency and Assemblage: Performing Resistance in Occupy Wall Street and Idle No More”. Peace Studies Between Tradition and Innovation. .
Welty, E. E. (2014). “276 Cups of Tea: ethnography in peace and conflict research”. Robin Cooper and Laura Finley (Eds.), Peace and Conflict Studies Research: A Qualitative Perspective. Charlotte, North Carolina: Information Age Publishing. , pages 111-135.
Welty, E. E. (2014, September). “Faith-based Peacebuilding and Development: an analysis of the Mennonite Central Committee in Uganda and Kenya”. Journal of Peacebuilding and Development. Vol 9 (Issue 2)
Welty, E. E. (2014, September). “Faith-based Peacebuilding and Development: an ethnographic analysis of the Mennonite Central Committee in Uganda and Kenya”. Journal of Peacebuilding and Development. Vol 9 (Issue 2) , pages 65-70. http://www.sandiego.edu/peacestudies/research-fieldwork/jpd/
Welty, E. E. (2014, March). "Occupy Wall Street as 'American Spring?'". Peace Review. Vol 26 (Issue 1) , pages 38-45. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10402659.2014.876311
Welty, E. E. (2016, April 10). The Association of Practical Theology. Global Ecumenical Perspectives on Migration. New York City
Welty, E. E. (2015, October 17). Peace and Justice Studies Association. Humanitarianism Driven by Humility: an analysis of international peacebuilding and development work. James Madison University
Welty, E. E. (2015, October 17). Peace and Justice Studies Association. The Seduction of Good Intentions. James Madison University
Welty, E. E. (2015, September 24). The Role of Religion in Conflict Transformation. Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Virginia
Welty, E. E. (2015, March 6). "How Relevant is Faith to Faith-based Organizations?”. New York University, New York City
Welty, E. E. (2015, February 20). • “Humility and Humanitarianism: an ethnographic analysis of the Mennonite Central Committee in Uganda and Kenya”. International Studies Association, New Orleans, LA
Welty, E. E. (2014, October 18). • “The Ethics of Voluntourism and Alternative Spring Break”. Peace and Justice Studies Association, San Diego, California
Welty, E. E. (2014, October 17). “The Tyranny of Good Intentions: critical reflexivity and peace and justice pedagogy”. Peace and Justice Studies Association, San Diego, California
Welty, E. E. (2014, September 19). United Nations NGO event on the International Day of Peace. “The Things That Make for Peace”. United Nations Church Center, United Nations
Welty, E. E. (2014, June 12). Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences. “Climate Justice and the Power of Myths”. New York City
Welty, E. E. (2013, October 20). Peace and Justice Studies Association. “Subjectivity, Identity and Activism: a look at Occupy and Idle No More”. Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada
Welty, E. E. (2013, October 19). Peace and Justice Studies Association. “The Role of Critical Reflexivity in Teaching Peace and Justice Studies”. Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada
Faith-based peacebuilding and development, nonviolence social movements, East Africa
ARTISTIC AND PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCES AND EXHIBITS
Field Research Team 2015-2016
[Theatre - Interdisciplinary work(s)] The Civilians,, New York City
Grants, Sponsored Research and Contracts
Anabaptist-Mennonite Scholars Network
African Studies Association
American Association of Religion
American Political Science Association
Peace and Justice Studies Association
World Council of Churches Commission on International Affairs