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1 ROBERT A. RUBINSTEIN OFFICE ADDRESS: Department of Anthropology The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY Syracuse, New York Office telephone: Office FAX: CURRENT PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS UNIVERSITY DEGREES: Syracuse University, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affair Distinguished Professor of Anthropology (2016 ) Professor, International Relations (1998 ) Professor of Law by courtesy appointment ( ) Professor of Anthropology ( ) Associate Professor of Anthropology ( ) Faculty Associate: Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration Faculty Associate: Institute for National Security and Counter Terrorism Faculty Associate: Campbell Public Affairs Institute Syracuse University Press Series Editor, Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution, (2009 ) 1983 M.S., Department of Community Health Sciences School of Public Health, University of Illinois, Chicago Major areas: Community Health Sciences, Psychosocial Epidemiology Thesis: Risk Factors for Attention Deficit Disorder With and Without Hyperactivity 1977 Ph.D. Anthropology, State University of New York at Binghamton Major areas: Cross-Cultural Developmental Psycholinguistics, Maya Ethnology and Ethnography, Philosophy of Science Dissertation: Cognitive Development and the Acquisition of Semantic Knowledge in Northern Belize (awarded with departmental distinction) 1974 M.A. Anthropology, State University of New York at Binghamton Major areas: Cognitive Anthropology, Central American Ethnology Philosophy of Science Thesis: Inside Man s Mind: An Essay on Cognitive Anthropology 1972 B.A. cum laude, State University of New York College at Oswego Major: Anthropology PAST PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS Director, Program on the Analysis and Resolution of Conflicts (PARC) Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, Overall program leadership and development of interdisciplinary center on the analysis and resolution of conflicts. Taught graduate and undergraduate courses in culture and conflict resolution, peacekeeping, multinational intervention and research methods. Directed New York City based Seminar on Multilateral Peacekeeping ( ), Co-Directed Summer Institute for Creative Conflict Resolution ( ). Negotiated collaborations with agencies, NGOs, and other academic units. Responsible for R.A. Rubinstein, Page 1 /January 2018

2 fundraising for research and institutional programing totaling approximately $1 million, supervised office and research staff Associate Research Medical Anthropologist, Francis I. Proctor Foundation for Research in Ophthalmology and Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Program on Medical Anthropology, School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco. Principal anthropologist and epidemiologist for the ongoing collaborative work on trachoma. Led multidisciplinary teams conducting a behavioral intervention project to prevent blinding trachoma and a clinical trial of azithromycin for treating trachoma in the Egyptian Delta. Responsible for design of anthropological and epidemiological data collection and analysis, development of intervention strategies, and field coordination of a multidisciplinary teams of approximately three dozen Egyptian and American social scientists, ophthalmologists and epidemiologists. Constructed budgets for the both the United States and Egyptian sides of the project, negotiated and managed those budgets (Totaling approximately $1.5 million). Successfully negotiated research collaborations and research permissions Director, Social Indicators Research (Associate Professor), Chapin Hall Center for Children, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Supervised the development of a microcomputer based information system containing data bout children from a variety of state, federal and other sources. Directed the use of database and statistical software for the conduct of policy relevant of analyses of these data and prepared periodic Center reports. Designed and conducted in-depth studies of selected topics in child welfare Developed social indicators and methods for assessing child well-being. Managed social indicators research project staff of post doctoral scholars and doctoral students and support staff Acting Director, Program on Public Policy and Ethnography, Department of Anthropology, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, Directed all programmatic and fiscal aspects of this NIMH funded training program ($200,000 annual budget) and served as principal investigator for several grants for social policy research ($10,000- $30,000). Supervised graduate student research. Taught classes in applied anthropology and policy analysis, especially in the fields of health and education Project Coordinator/Co-investigator, Department of Health Services Research, American Academy of Pediatrics, Elk Grove Village, Illinois. Primary researcher, manager and planner for a federally funded ($140,000) Maternal and Child Health grant. Prepared literature reviews on incidence, prevalence and prevention of psychological disorders in children. Evaluated Academy designed education programs. Supervised graduate student researchers and clerical staff National Service Research Fellow, National Institute of Mental Health, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, and School of Public Health, University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois. Participated in research and training on health policy, health services use and the epidemiology of mental disorders. Responsible for fiscal and technical aspects of several research grants ($8,000- $35,000). Presented results a professional meetings and to interdisciplinary advisory committees. Published research findings. Hired, trained and supervised support personnel. Directed database construction and statistical analyses Assistant for Program Analysis to the Vice-President for Planning, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Planned and conducted institutional evaluation research. Prepared and monitored departmental budget ($3 million). Served as staff for team that developed a plan to balance the university s budget in face of $5 million annual deficit. Responsibilities ranged from speech writing to analysis of problems in areas R.A. Rubinstein, Page 2 /January 2018

3 including: public safety, fund raising, enrollment trends, graduate education policies, curriculum, facilities management and research funding Researcher, Division of Research and Evaluation, Atlanta Public Schools, Atlanta, Georgia. VISITING APPOINTMENTS Member of the senior staff of the central administration of the Atlanta Public Schools, determined the most effective monitoring procedures and use of information to accomplish School System-wide goals. Designed and conducted evaluation research for the school system, monitored programs for effectiveness and made reports to the superintendent and Board of Education, and supervised support staff. December 2004 April 2002 Visiting Faculty, Conflict Analysis and Resolution Program, Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey. Visiting Professor, Department of Comparative Cultural Sciences, University of Gent, Belgium Visiting Associate Professor, Peace and Conflict Studies Program, University of California, Berkeley 1979 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois. OTHER TEACHING APPOINTMENTS Lecturer, Department of Community Health Sciences, School of Public Health University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois Assistant Professor (part-time), Department of Anthropology, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, AWARDS AND HONORS 2016 The Victor Sidel and Barry Levy Award for Peace, American Public Health Association, Washington, D.C Robert B. Textor and Family Prize for Excellence in Anticipatory Anthropology, American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C Chancellor s Citation for Faculty Excellence and Scholarly Distinction, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York Edward Weisband Distinguished Alumni Award for Public Service or Contributions to Public Affairs, Alumni Association, Binghamton University, State University of New York th Anniversary Class, Distinguished Alumni Award, Alumni Association, State University of New York at Oswego. R.A. Rubinstein, Page 3 /January 2018

4 1995 Hardy Chair Lecture, Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY, Fall Endowed speaker series in scholarship and the public interest National Research Service Award. NIMH Fellowships in Public Policy 1982 Elected Full Member of Sigma Xi, Scientific Research Society 1981 National Research Service Award. NIMH Fellowships in Mental Health Epidemiology 1977 Doctoral Dissertation departmental nomination for State University of New York Distinguished Dissertation in the Social Sciences Award Research Foundation of the State University of New York, Dissertation Fellowship. COURSES TAUGHT AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY (1994-PRESENT) o Anthropological Theory o Health in the Middle East o Culture and World Affairs o Issues in Intercultural Conflict and o Peace, War and Security Communication o Culture and Conflict o Language, Culture and Society o Culture and Disputing o Middle East Anthropology o Fundamentals of Conflict Studies o Multilateral Peacekeeping o History of Anthropology o Negotiation: Theory and Practice o Introduction to Cultural Anthropology o Conflict Resolution in Groups o Global Health o Political Anthropology COURSES TAUGHT AT OTHER UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES (PRIOR TO 1994) o Action Anthropology o Ethnographic Research Methods o Anthropology and Education o International Conflict Resolution o Anthropology and Epidemiology o Introductory Anthropology o Anthropology of Peace and War o Introduction to Cultural Anthropology o Anthropology and Public Health o Medical Anthropology o Anthropology and Public Policy o Political Anthropology o Applied Anthropology o Psychological Anthropology o Cognitive Anthropology RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS Peace and Humanitarian Cross-Cultural Negotiation and Health Inequalities Operations Conflict Management Organizational culture and Global Health Bioethics Coordination Conflict and Health Anthropology and Epidemiology History and Theory in Anthropology PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS American Anthropological Association (Fellow, Life Member) International Epidemiological Association (Life Member) Peace History Society (Life Member) Society for Applied Anthropology (Fellow) Society for Medical Anthropology Association for Political and Legal Anthropology International Peace Research Association Interuniversity Seminar on Armed Forces and Society (Fellow) International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences R.A. Rubinstein, Page 4 /January 2018

5 INTERNATIONAL AND CROSS-CULTURAL FIELD RESEARCH Yucatán Research assistant, project on syntactic and semantic variation in Yucatec Maya (1975) Belize Year-long research on education and language acquisition in first and second language in Corozal, Belize ( ) Negotiation and conflict resolution workshops and curriculum development with the Environmental Research Institute of the University of Belize, Belmopan, Belize ( ) Egypt Coordinator and principal anthropologist and epidemiologist for a community based behavioral health intervention to prevent blinding trachoma in four villages in the Behera Governorate in lower Egypt ( ). Coordinator clinical trial of use of Azythromycin for treating ocular Chlamydia infection in two villages in the Behera Governorate in lower Egypt ( ) Research on pharmaceutical registration and marketing, Cairo and Alexandria, Egypt ( ) Ethnographic research on cultural aspects of peacekeeping, United Nations Truce Supervision Organization, Observer Group Egypt, Cairo and Sinai, Egypt ( ) United States Research on cultural models and cognitive representations of migrant construction workers, Oswego, NY ( ) Investigated public health system redesign for more effective delivery of health care to poor and aged populations, Atlanta, GA ( ) Lead investigator on project to develop linguistic-based models for improving student reading in the Atlanta Public School System, Atlanta, GA ( ) Social and epidemiological research on attention deficit disorder, Chicago, IL ( ) Research on the development of comparative social indicators of child health and welfare in the United States, based in Chicago, Illinois ( ) Research on racial and ethnic health disparities in Syracuse, New York ( ). Research on neighborhood violence in Syracuse ( ) International Research on social and cultural aspects of peace and post-conflict operations ( ) PUBLICATIONS BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS Rubinstein, R.A., K.B. Fosher and C. Fujimura, editors. Practicing Military Anthropology: Beyond Traditional Boundaries and Expectations. Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press. ISBN: {peer reviewed} McNamara, Laura and R.A. Rubinstein, editors. Dangerous Liaisons: Anthropologists and the National Security State. Santa Fe, NM: SAR Press. ISBN: {peer reviewed} Zelizer, Craig and R.A. Rubinstein, editors. Building Peace: Practical Reflections from the Field. Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press. ISBN: {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A. Peacekeeping Under Fire: Culture and Intervention. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers. ISBN: {peer reviewed} R.A. Rubinstein, Page 5 /January 2018

6 Rubinstein, R.A., Doing Fieldwork: The Correspondence of Robert Redfield and Sol Tax. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books. (New edition of Fieldwork, below, with a new introduction.) ISBN: {peer reviewed} 1991 Rubinstein, R.A., Fieldwork: The Correspondence of Robert Redfield and Sol Tax. Boulder: Westview Press. ISBN: {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A. and Foster, M.L., editors. The Social Dynamics of Peace and Conflict: Culture in International Security. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. ISBN: {peer reviewed} Reprinted: 1997 Rubinstein, R.A., and Foster, M.L., editors. The Social Dynamics of Peace and Conflict: Culture in International Security. Dubque, IA: Kendall/Hunt ISBN: Foster, M.L., and R.A. Rubinstein editors. Peace and War: Cross-Cultural Perspectives. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books. ISBN: {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., C.D. Laughlin, and J. McManus. Science as Cognitive Process: Toward an Empirical Philosophy of Science. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. ISBN: {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., and Pinxten, R., editors. Epistemology and Process: Anthropological Views. Ghent, Belgium: Communication and Cognition Books. ISBN: {peer reviewed} PUBLISHED RESEARCH REPORT Wynn, J., Richman, H., Rubinstein, R.A., and Littell, J. Communities and Adolescents: An Exploration of Reciprocal Supports. New York: W.T. Grant Foundation. TEXTBOOK SUPPLEMENTS Rubinstein, R.A., M.G. Hurlich, M. Sanford, and R. Whitaker. Student Study Guide to accompany Anthropology: The Biocultural View. Dubuque, IA: Wm. C. Brown Company Publishers Hurlich, M.G., R.A. Rubinstein, M. Sanford, and R. Whitaker. Instructor s Manual and Test Item File to accompany Anthropology: The Biocultural View. Dubuque, IA: Wm. C. Brown Company Publishers. EDITED ISSUES OF JOURNALS Editor, SOCIAL JUSTICE: ANTHROPOLOGY, PEACE, AND HUMAN RIGHTS, journal of the IUAES Commission on Peace and Human Rights. Volume 1, Numbers 1-4, 2000 / Volume 2, Numbers 1-4, 2001 Volume 3, Numbers 1-4, 2002 / Volume 4, Numbers 1-4, Doughty, Paul L. and R.A. Rubinstein, editors. Towards Justice, Peace, and Human Rights. Anthropological Perspectives: Papers in Honor of Mario D. Zamora, Special Issue of HUMAN PEACE. Volume 12, Number Rubinstein, R.A. and Doughty, Paul L., editors. Symbols, Social Action and Peace: Papers in Honor of Mary LeCron Foster. Special Issue of HUMAN PEACE. Volume 11, Number 4. R.A. Rubinstein, Page 6 /January 2018

7 Rubinstein, R.A. and Foster, M.L., editors. International Directory of Anthropologists Working in the Areas of Peace, Conflict-Resolution, and International Security. Evanston, Illinois: IUAES Commission on the Study of Peace/Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research. (Supplement to IUAES Commission on the Study of Peace Newsletter) Editor, NEWSLETTER OF THE IUAES COMMISSION ON THE STUDY OF PEACE. (Volumes 1-5) Rubinstein, R.A. and Pinxten, R. Epistemology and Process. Special Issue of COMMUNICATION AND COGNITION. Volume 17, Number 3-4. PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES 56. In press. Rubinstein, Robert A., Sandra D. Lane, Lookman Mojeed, Shaundel Sanchez, Elise Catania, Timothy Jennings-Bey, Arnett Haygood El, and Edward Mitchell Jr., Blood in the Rust Belt: Mourning and Memorialization in the Context of Community Violence, CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 55. In press Lane, Sandra, Robert H. Keefe, Robert A. Rubinstein, Meghan Hall*, Kathleen Kelly, Lynn Beth Satterly, Andrea Shaw and Julian Fisher, "Integrating the Social Determinants of Health into Multidisciplinary Courses," Journal of Interprofessional Care Sandra D. Lane, Robert A. Rubinstein, Robert H. Keefe, Lynn Beth Satterly, Sally Huntington, Tarakad Ramachandran, and Amaus Student Researchers (Brian Buckley, Bernard Bush II, Maria Camargo, Caitlin Cornell, Tiffany Davis, Omoefe Ebhohimen, Alyssa Fuller, Alexander Hodgens, Eric Hojnowski, Ryan LaFollette, Yelena Livshits, Todd Michaelis, Claire Motyl, Cassandra Purcell, Devan Ramachandran, Sofia Seckler, Gursewak Singh, Evaline Tso, Kate Zmijewski-Mekeel), Action Anthropology in a Free Clinic, HUMAN ORGANIZATION 76(4): Sandra D. Lane, Sally J. Huntington, Lynn-Beth Satterly, Robert A. Rubinstein, Robert H. Keefe, and Amaus Project Student Researchers (Brian Buckley, Caitlin Cornell, Alyssa Fuller, Eric Hojnowski, Ryan LaFollette, Yelena Livshits, Todd Michaelis, Claire Motyl, Tarakad Ramachandran, Devan Rahmachandrin, Sofia Seckler, Evaline Tso, and Kate Zmijewski Mekeem), Filling out the forms: Health literacy among the uninsured, SOCIAL WORK IN HEALTH CARE 56(8): Larsen, David A., Sandra D. Lane, Timothy Jennings-Bey, Arnett Haygood-El, Kim Brundage, and Robert A. Rubinstein, Spatio-temporal Patterns of Gun Violence in Syracuse, New York , PLOS ONE 12(3) e https://doi.org/ /journal.pone Keefe, Robert, Sandra D. Lane, Robert A. Rubinstein, Darlene Carter, Timothy Bryant and Mark D. Thomas, African American Fathers: Disproportionate Incarceration and the Meaning of Involvement, FAMILIES IN SOCIETY 98(2): Lane, Sandra D., Robert A. Rubinstein, Dessa Bergen-Cico, Timothy Jennings-Bey, Linda Stone Fish, David A. Larsen, Mindy Thompson Fullilove, Tracey Reichert Schimpff, Kishi Animashaun Ducre, and Jonnell Allen Robinson, Neighborhood Trauma due to Violence: A multilevel analysis, JOURNAL OF HEALTH CARE FOR THE POOR AND UNDERSERVED 28(1): R.A. Rubinstein, Page 7 /January 2018

8 Mestad, Renee, Sandra D. Lane, Meghan Hall, Carrie Smith, Bruce Carter, Robert A. Rubinstein, Rob Keefe, and Shevelle Jones-Moore Prenatal Depression: Screening and Referral for Low-income Women during Antenatal Care, SOCIAL WORK IN PUBLIC HEALTH 31(6): Jennings-Bey, Timothy, Sandra D. Lane, R.A. Rubinstein, Dessa Bergen-Cico, Arnett Haygood-El, Helen Hudson, Shaundel Sanchez, and Frank L. Fowler. The Trauma Response Team: A Community Intervention for Gang Violence, JOURNAL OF URBAN HEALTH (BULLETIN OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE) 92(5): Peters, Rebecca Warne, Ronald Stade, Susan Hyatt, Keith Brown, Maia Green, and Robert A. Rubinstein, Anthropology s contribution to training in the public policy professions: an Association for the Anthropology of Policy (ASAP) roundtable, POLAR: POLITICAL AND LEGAL ANTHROPOLOGY REVIEW 38(2): Rubinstein, R.A. Anthropology and public policy, PROCEEDINGS OF THE POLICY STUDIES ORGANIZATION, New Series 23: Rubinstein, R.A. and Sandra D. Lane. From Intervention to outcome: The relationship between knowledge and behavior in a Trachoma Control Project, THE JOURNAL OF HEALTHCARE, SCIENCE AND THE HUMANITIES, 2(2): Price, Michael, Robert A. Rubinstein and David Price. Material support: U.S. antiterrorism law threatens anthropologists human rights and academic freedom, ANTHROPOLOGY TODAY 28(1): Lane, Sandra D., Robert A. Rubinstein, Lutchmie Narine, Inga Back, Caitlin Cornell, Alexander Hodgens, Monique Brantley, Rachel Kramas, Kathleen Keough, Brandon O Conner, William Suk, Eric Morrissette, and Mary Benson. Action Anthropology and Pedagogy: University-Community Collaborations in Setting Policy, HUMAN ORGANIZATION 70(3): Rubinstein, R.A. Peacekeeping and the Return of Imperial Policing, INTERNATIONAL PEACEKEEPING 17(4): Rubinstein, R.A. Back to the Future? Peacekeeping and Imperial Policing, SAREM JOURNAL OF STRATEGIC STUDIES 8(15): Kudesia, Suprita and R.A. Rubinstein, Exchanges of Value in Peace Operations: Complex Meanings of Private and Transnational Transfers, INTERNATIONAL STUDIES REVIEW 11(4): Rubinstein, R.A. Research and Practice in Peace and Conflict Studies: Directions for the Next Decade, RESEARCH IN SOCIAL MOVEMENTS, CONFLICTS AND CHANGE 29: Rubinstein, R.A., D.M. Keller, and M.E. Scherger. Culture and Interoperability in Integrated Missions, INTERNATIONAL PEACEKEEPING 15(4): Lane, S.D., R.H. Keefe, R.A. Rubinstein, B.A. Levandowski, N. Webster, D.A. Cibula, A.K. Boahene, O. Dele-Michael, D. Carter, T. Jones, M.A. Wojtowycz and J. Brill. Structural Violence, Urban Retail Food Markets, and Low Birth Weight, HEALTH AND PLACE 14(3): Lane, S.D., N. Webster, B. Levandowski, R.A. Rubinstein, R.H. Keefe, M. Wojtowycz, D.A. Cibula, R.A. Rubinstein, Page 8 /January 2018

9 J.E.F. Kingson, and R.H. Aubry. Environmental Injustice: Childhood Lead Poisoning, Teen Pregnancy, and Tobacco, JOURNAL OF ADOLESCENT HEALTH 42(1): Pinxten, R., M. Cornelis and R.A. Rubinstein, European Identity: Diversity in Union, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 30: Rubinstein, R.A., Motivation et Maintien de la Paix: Élaboration d un Lien Entre Agir et Structure, ANTHROPOLOGIE ET SOCIÉTÉS 30(1): Rubinstein, R. A., S.D. Lane, S. Sallam, A. Sheta, Z.Gad, A.R. Sherif, M. Selim, A. Gad, A. Shama, J. Schachter, C.R. Dawson, Controlling Blinding Trachoma in the Egyptian Delta: Integrating Clinical, Epidemiological and Anthropological Understandings, ANTHROPOLOGY AND MEDICINE 13(2): Rubinstein, R.A., Intervention and Culture: An Anthropological Approach to Peace Operations, SECURITY DIALOGUE 36(4): Lane, S.D., R.H. Keefe, R.A. Rubinstein, B.A. Levandowski, M. Freedman, A. Rosenthal, D.A. Cibula, and M. Czerwinski, Marriage Promotion and Missing Men: African American Women in a Demographic Double Bind, MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY QUARTERLY 18(2): Lane, S.D., R.A. Rubinstein, R. Keefe, N. Webster, D. Cibula, A. Rosenthal and J. Dowdell, Structural Violence and Racial Disparity in HIV Transmission, JOURNAL OF HEALTH CARE FOR THE POOR AND UNDERSERVED 15: Rubinstein, R.A., Cross-Cultural Considerations in Complex Peace Operations, The NEGOTIATION JOURNAL 19(1): Rubinstein, R.A. and Lane, S.D. Population, Identity, and Political Violence, SOCIAL JUSTICE: ANTHROPOLOGY PEACE AND HUMAN RIGHTS 3(3/4): Lane, S.D., Rubinstein, R.A., Cibula, D. and N. Webster, Toward a Public Health Approach to Bioethics, ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 925: Reprinted in: Ethics and Anthropology: Facing Future Issues in Human Biology, Globalism, and Cultural Property, Anne-Marie Cantwell, Eva Friedlander, and Madeleine Tramm, editors. New York: New York Academy of Sciences, Rubinstein, R.A., Anthropology Peace and Human Rights: Social Justice and World Anthropology, SOCIAL JUSTICE: ANTHROPOLOGY, PEACE AND HUMAN RIGHTS 1(1-4): D Amico, L.C. and R.A. Rubinstein Cultural Considerations when Setting the Negotiation Table, NEGOTIATION JOURNAL 15: Rubinstein, R.A. Breaking the Bureaucracy: Drug Registration and Neocolonial Relations in Egypt, SOCIAL SCIENCE AND MEDICINE 46(11): Rubinstein, R.A. Methodological Challenges in the Ethnographic Study of Multilateral Peacekeeping, POLITICAL AND LEGAL ANTHROPOLOGY REVIEW 21(1): Rubinstein, R.A. Peacekeeping Under Fire: Understanding the Social Construction of the Legitimacy of Multilateral Intervention, HUMAN PEACE 11(4): Dawson, C.R., J. Schachter, S. Sallam, A. Sheta, R.A. Rubinstein, and H. Washton, A Comparison of Oral Azithromycin with Topical Oxytetracycline/Polymyxin for the Treatment of Trachoma in Children, CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES 24: R.A. Rubinstein, Page 9 /January 2018

10 Lane, S.D. and R.A. Rubinstein, Judging the Other: Responding to Traditional Female Genital Surgeries, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT 26(3): Reprinted in: Ethics and Medical Decision-Making (International Library of Medicine, Ethics and Law) Michael Freeman, editor. London: Ashgate, Rubinstein, R.A., Cultural Aspects of Peacekeeping: Notes on the Substance of Symbols, MILLENNIUM: JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 22(3): Reprinted in: Culture in World Politics, Dominique Jacquin-Berdal, Andrew Oros, and Marco Verweij, editors. London and New York: Macmillan Press Ltd. and St. Martin's Press, Rubinstein, R.A. Managing Ethnographic Data with asksam, CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY METHODS 3(2): Rubinstein, R.A., A Conversation with Sol Tax, CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 32(2): Rubinstein, R.A., Culture, International Affairs, and Multilateral Peacekeeping: Confusing Process and Pattern, CULTURAL DYNAMICS 2(1): Rubinstein, R.A., Cultural Analysis and International Security. ALTERNATIVES 13(4): Reprinted as: Rubinstein, R.A., Anthropology and International Security, in The Social Dynamics of Peace and Conflict, R.A. Rubinstein and M.L. Foster, editors. Boulder: Westview Press, Pp , McKeown, C.T., Rubinstein, R.A., and Kelly, J.G., Anthropology, the Meaning of Community, and Prevention, PREVENTION IN HUMAN SERVICES 5: Rubinstein, R.A., Reflections on Action Anthropology: Some Developmental Dynamics of an Anthropological Tradition, HUMAN ORGANIZATION 45: Laughlin, C.D., McManus, J., Rubinstein, R.A., and Shearer, J., The Ritual Transformation of Experience, STUDIES IN SYMBOLIC INTERACTION 7(A): Rubinstein, R.A., Kelly, J.G., and Maines, D.R., The Interdisciplinary Background of Community Psychology: The Early Roots of an Ecological Perspective, AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION DIVISION OF COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY NEWSLETTER 18(3): Rubinstein, R.A., Epidemiology and Anthropology: Notes on Science and Scientism, COMMUNICATION AND COGNITION 17: Rubinstein, R.A., and Brown, R.T., An Evaluation of the Diagnostic Category of Attention Deficit Disorder, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ORTHOPSYCHIATRY 54: Rubinstein, R.A., Averting International Conflict and the Policy Process: Toward a Role for Anthropologists, FORUM FOR CORRESPONDENCE AND CONTACT 14(1): Rubinstein, R.A., Toward the Anthropological Study of Cognitive Performance, HUMAN RELATIONS 34(8): Rubinstein, R.A., Field-Dependence and Piagetian Operational Thought in Northern Belize, CHILD STUDY JOURNAL 10(3): Rubinstein, R.A., "Subtractive Bilingualism" in Northern Belize, ERIC REPORT, ED , National Institute of Education, Microfiche, 38 Pp. R.A. Rubinstein, Page 10 /January 2018

11 Rubinstein, R.A., The Cognitive Consequences of Bilingual Education in Northern Belize, AMERICAN ETHNOLOGIST 6: Rubinstein, R.A., English Language Instruction in Belizean Schools: Some Linguistic Considerations in Corozal Town, JOURNAL OF BELIZEAN AFFAIRS 9(2): Rubinstein, R.A., and Laughlin, C.D., Bridging Levels of Systemic Organization, CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 18: Rubinstein, R.A., Reciprocity and Resource Deprivation Among the Urban Poor of Mexico City, URBAN ANTHROPOLOGY 4: BOOK CHAPTERS 35. In press Rubinstein, Robert A., Shaundel Sanchez, and Sandra D. Lane, Coercing Consensus? Notes on Power and the Hegemony of Collaboration, Paul Hirsch, Catherine Gerard, and Louis Kriesberg, editors. Conflict and Collaboration: For Better or Worse. London, UK: Routledge Press Rubinstein, R.A., Humanitarian-Military Collaboration: Social and Cultural Aspects of Interoperabilty, in Cultural Awareness in the Military: Developments and Implications for Future Humanitarian Cooperation, Robert Albro and Bill Ivey, editors. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp Rubinstein, R.A., Belief in Science, in Guess Who s Coming to Dinner: Liber Amicorum voor Rik Pinxten, I. Pisters, A. van Dienderen, and C. Longman, editors. Gent, Belgium: Academia Press/ J. Story-Scientia, pp Rubinstein, R.A., Retrospective Attribution, Ritual Pollution and Master Narratives in Anthropology s Engagements with The Military, in Practicing Military Anthropology: Beyond Traditional Boundaries and Expectations, R.A. Rubinstein, K.B. Fosher and C.K. Fujimura, editors. Boomfield, CT: Kumarian Press, pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., K.B. Fosher and C.K. Fujimura, Exploring Military Anthropology, in Practicing Military Anthropology: Beyond Traditional Boundaries and Expectations, R.A. Rubinstein, K.B. Fosher and C.K. Fujimura, editors. Boomfield, CT: Kumarian Press, pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A. and Suprita Kudesia, Transnational transfers and peace operations: the empirically elusive quality of the analytic categories, in Transnational Transfers and Global Development, Stuart S. Brown, ed. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Ethical Considerations from the Study of Peacekeeping, in Anthropologists and the Securityscape: Ethics, Practice, and Professional Identity, Robert Albro, George Marcus, Laura McNamara and Monica Schoch-Spana, eds. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press, Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Ethics, Engagement and Experience: Anthropological Excursions in Culture and the National Security State, in Dangerous Liaisons: Anthropologists and the National Security State, McNamara, L. and R.A. Rubinstein, eds. Santa Fe, NM: SAR Press, Pp {peer reviewed} McNamara, L. and R.A. Rubinstein, Introduction: Scholars, Security, Citizenship: Anthropology and the State at War, In Dangerous Liaisons: Anthropologists and the National Security State, McNamara, L. and R.A. Rubinstein, eds. Santa Fe, NM: SAR Press, Pp. xiii-xxxiv. R.A. Rubinstein, Page 11 /January 2018

12 Rubinstein, R.A. Representation and Response: Culture and Conflict Transformation, in Joint Research Institute for International Peace and Culture, Aoyama Gakuin University, editor. Conflict and Culture: Fostering Peace through Cultural Initiatives. New York, NY: The Japan Foundation, pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A. and Rik Pinxten, Anthropology and Peace Studies. In Anthropology Now, Peter J.M. Nas and Zhang Jijiao, eds. Beijing, P.R. China: Intellectual Property Publishing House, Pp Zelizer, Craig and R.A. Rubinstein, Introduction: Creating Structure and Capacity for Peace, In Building Peace: Practical Reflections from the Field, Craig Zelizer and R.A. Rubinstein, eds. Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press, Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Anthropology: Culture and Conflict, In Peace, Justice and Security Studies: A Curriculum Guide, 7th Edition. McElwee, T.A., B.W. Hall, J. Liechty, and J. Garber, editors. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Press, Pp {peer reviewed} Kyrou, Christos and R.A. Rubinstein, Culture and Conflict: An Anthropological Perspective, In Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, and Conflict, Second Edition. L. Kurtz, editor. Oxford, UK: Elsevier Ltd., Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Approaching Racism: Attitudes, Actions, and Social Structure, In Racism in Metropolitan Areas, Rik Pinxten and Ellen Preckler, editors. London: Berghahn Press, Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Politics and Peacekeepers: Experience and Political Representation Among United States Military Officers, In Anthropology and the United States Military: Coming of Age in the Twenty-First Century, Pamela R. Frese and Margaret C. Harrell (editors). New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Pp {peer reviewed} Pinxten, H., Cornelis, M. and Rubinstein, R.A., European Identity: Diversity in Union, in Constructing Civic Virtue, Alasdair Roberts (editor). Syracuse, NY: Alan K. Campbell Public Affairs Institute, Rubinstein, R.A., Translating Intuitive Knowledge: A Research Agenda for Dispute Resolution, In An Experiment in Practice to Theory in Conflict Resolution. Eds. Sandra Cheldelin, Christopher Honeyman, and Maria R. Volpe. Fairfax, VA: Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution: Rubinstein, R.A., Fieldwork and Tradition in Anthropology: Resonance and Reflexivity, In Doing Fieldwork: The Correspondence of Robert Redfield and Sol Tax. Ed. R.A. Rubinstein. New Brunswick, NJ.:Transaction Books, 2001: xi-xviii. {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Introduction, In Mary LeCron Foster. Finding the Themes: Family, Anthropology, Language Origins, Peace and Conflict, an Oral History conducted in 2000 by Suzanne Riess. Berkeley, CA: Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California. Pp. vii-xi Rubinstein, R.A., Remarks at Fosters Oral History Presentation, In Mary LeCron Foster, Finding the Themes: Family, Anthropology, Language Origins, Peace and Conflict an Oral History Conducted in 2000 by Suzanne Riess. Ed. Suzanne Riess. Berkeley, CA: Regional Oral History Office, University of California, 2001: R.A. Rubinstein, Page 12 /January 2018

13 Rubinstein, R.A., Scrimshaw, S., and S. Morrissey, S., Classification and Process in Sociomedical Understanding: Towards a Multilevel View of Sociomedical Methodology, Handbook of Social Studies in Health and Medicine, G. Albrecht, R. Fitzpatrick, and S. Scrimshaw, editors. London: Sage. Pp {peer reviewed} Kyrou, C., Pribilsky, J. and Rubinstein, R.A., Cultural Anthropology Studies of Conflict," In Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace and Conflict, L. Kurtz, editor. San Diego: Academic Press. Pp {peer reviewed} Lane, S.D. and Rubinstein, R.A., International Health: Problems and Programs in Anthropological Perspective, in Medical Anthropology: Contemporary Theory and Method, Revised Edition, C. Sargent and T. Johnson, editors. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, Pp (revision of Rubinstein and Lane 1990) {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Collective Violence and Common Security, in Companion Encyclopaedia of Anthropology, Tim Ingold, editor. London: Routeledge. Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Culture and Negotiation, in The Struggle for Peace: Israelis and Palestinians, Elizabeth Fernea and Mary E. Hocking, editors. Austin: University of Texas Press, Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Reflection and Reflexivity in Anthropology, in Fieldwork: The Correspondence of Robert Redfield and Sol Tax. Boulder: Westview Press, Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A. and Lane, S.D., International Health and Development, in Medical Anthropology: Contemporary Theory and Method, T. Johnson and C. Sargent, editors. Westport, CT:Greenwood Press, Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A. and Foster, M.L., Revitalizing International Security Analysis: Contributions from Culture and Symbolism, in The Social Dynamics of Peace and Conflict, R.A. Rubinstein and M.L. Foster, editors. Boulder: Westview Press, Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., The Collapse of Strategy: Understanding Ideological Bias in Policy Decisions, in Peace and War: Cross-Cultural Perspectives. M.L. Foster and R.A. Rubinstein, editors. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books, Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A. Issues in Rural Health Care, section 7 in Rural Pediatric Practice, Elk Grove Village, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics Rubinstein, R.A., and Perloff, J.D., Identifying Psychosocial Disorders in Children: On Integrating Epidemiological and Anthropological Understandings, in Medical Anthropology and Epidemiology, Janes, C., S. Gifford, and R. Stall, editors. Dordrecht: D. Reidel, Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., and Tax, Sol., Power, Powerlessness, and the Failure of "Political Realism," in Native Power: The Quest for Autonomy and Nationhood of Indigenous Peoples, Jens Bro/sted, et. al., editors. Bergen (Norway): Universiteitsforlaget, Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Structuralism and the Study of Cognitive Process, in The Future of Structuralism, J. Oosten and A. De Ruijter, editors. Gottingen-Geismar, W. Germany: Edition Herodot, Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., and Tax, Sol., Literacy, Evolution, and Development, in The Spirit of the Earth: R.A. Rubinstein, Page 13 /January 2018

14 A Teilhard Centennial Celebration, J. Perlinski, editor. New York: Seabury Press, Pp {peer reviewed} NOTES, COMMENTS AND BRIEF JOURNAL ARTICLES 34. In press, Rubinstein, Robert A. Action Anthropology, International Encyclopedia of Anthropology, Hilary Callan, editor. Wiley-Blackwell 33. In press, Rubinstein, Robert A. Peace, International Encyclopedia of Anthropology, Hilary Callan, editor. Wiley-Blackwell. 32. In press, Rubinstein, Robert A. Peacekeeping, International Encyclopedia of Anthropology, Hilary Callan, editor. Wiley-Blackwell Rubinstein, R.A. Responding to the Manipulation of Culture as a Political Tool, Sensor 3(1): Rubinstein, R.A. The Return of Culture to Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Foreword to Context and Pretext in Conflict Resolution: Culture, Identity, Power and Practice, by Kevin Avruch. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers, ix-xi Rubinstein, R.A. Responding to Proposed Changes to the Federal Regulations Governing Institutional Review Boards, SFAA NEWS 22(3): Rubinstein, R.A. SfAA Public Policy Committee Solicits Society Member Contributions, SFAA NEWS 22(1): Rubinstein, R.A. and Lane S.D. Training Students for Anthropologically-oriented Policy Research, SFAA NEWS 21(2): Rubinstein, R.A., Ralph Bunche, Oxford Encyclopedia of Peace, Volume 1 Nigel Young, editor. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Culture of Peacekeeping, Oxford Encyclopedia of Peace, Volume 1, Nigel Young, editor. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Peacekeeping: Unintended Consequences, Oxford Encyclopedia of Peace, Volume 3. Nigel Young, editor. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Peacekeeping: Integrated Missions and Humanitarian Role, Oxford Encyclopedia of Peace, Volume 3. Nigel Young, editor. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Pp {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., The Delicate Balance Between the University and the Military, NEWSLETTER, SYRACUSE PEACE COUNCIL 773: Lane, Sandra D. and Rubinstein, R.A., Collaborating to Confront Health Disparities in Syracuse, New York. NEWSLETTER, SOCIETY FOR APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY 19(1): Rubinstein, R.A., Four Minutes to Midnight: The Origins and History of the IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Peace and Human Rights, JOURNAL OF GUANGXI UNIVERSITY FOR NATIONALITIES (PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE EDITION) 28(3) (in Chinese) R.A. Rubinstein, Page 14 /January 2018

15 Rubinstein, R.A. Culture, Identity, and International Cooperation. AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR 27(3): {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Notes on the Ethnographic Study of Peacekeeping. INTER-UNIVERSITY SEMINAR ON ARMED FORCES AND SOCIETY NEWSLETTER Winter: Rubinstein, R.A. Comment [on The Fox Project, A Reevaluation ], CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 40(2): Rubinstein, R.A. When a Bridge is Just a Bridge: Notes on Symbolism and Normalization in the Middle East, HUMAN PEACE 11(3): Rubinstein, R.A. and S.D. Lane, Female Circumcision Revisited, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT 27(2): Lane, S.D. and R.A. Rubinstein, On Condemning Female Genital Mutilation, OF VALUE (Published by the Society for Health and Human Values) 24(3):3-4. {peer reviewed} Dawson, C.R., Sallam, S.A., Sheta, A., Rubinstein, R.A., Washton, H. and Schachter, J., Trachoma Treatment with Oral Azithromycin or Topical Tetracycline, INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY AND VISUAL SCIENCE 34(4):738. {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Sallam, S.A., Sheta, A.S.,Schachter, J. and Dawson, C.R., Microenvironmental Factors Affecting the Prevalence of Blinding Trachoma in the Egyptian Delta, INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY AND VISUAL SCIENCE. 33(4):1324. {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Tax, Sol, in International Dictionary of Anthropologists, Christopher Winters, editor. New York: Garland Publishing, Pp Rubinstein, R.A., Comment [on "Is Anthropology Art or Science? ], CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 31(3): Rubinstein, R.A., Ritual Process and Images of the Other in Arms Control Negotiations, HUMAN PEACE 6:3-7. {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Anthropology and Advocacy, SCIENCE 237:823. {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., International Conflict, Decision-Making, and Anthropology, ANTHROPOLOGY TODAY 2(1):14. {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Validity of Attention Deficit Disorder: A Second Look, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ORTHOPSYCHIATRY 55(3): Rubinstein, R.A., Postdoctoral Training in Public Health: Problems and Promise for the Medical Anthropologist, MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY QUARTERLY 15(4): {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., Comment [on "Analogy, Mysticism and the Structure of Culture"], CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 23: Tax, Sol, and Rubinstein, R.A., Responsibility in Reviewing and Research, THE BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES 5: S.. Reprinted in: S. Harnad, editor, Peer Commentary on Peer Review, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, R.A. Rubinstein, Page 15 /January 2018

16 Rubinstein, R.A., On "Culture and Sociobiology," AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 81: {peer reviewed} Rubinstein, R.A., and Laughlin, C.D., Reply to Comments on Bridging Levels of Systemic Organization, CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 18: BOOK REVIEWS Rubinstein, Robert A., review of Cold War Anthropology: The CIA, the Pentagon, and the Growth of Dual Use Anthropology by David H. Price, Journal of Anthropological Research 73(1): Rubinstein, R.A. Review of The Myth of the Democratic Peacekeeper: Civil-Military Relations and the United Nations, by Arturo Sotomayor. Journal of World Systems Research 21(2): Rubinstein, R.A. Review of Virtual War and Magical Death: Technologies and Imaginaries for Terror and Killing, edited by Neil Whitehead, and Sverker Finnström. Anthropos: International Review of Anthropology and Linguistics 110(2): Rubinstein, R.A. Review of Anthropology and Political Science: A Convergent Approach, by Myron J. Aronoff and Jan Kubik. New York: Berghahn Books. POLITICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY 129(2): Rubinstein, R.A. Review of Where is the Lone Ranger When You Need Him? America s Search for a Post Conflict Stability Force, by Robert Perito. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MIDDLE EAST STUDIES 37(3): Rubinstein, R.A. Review of Robert Redfield and the Development of American Anthropology, by Clifford Wilcox. AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 107(3): Rubinstein, R.A., Review of Mastering Soldiers. Conflict, Emotions, and the Enemy in an Israeli Military Unit, by Eyal Ben-Ari. ARMED FORCES AND SOCIETY 27(1): Rubinstein, R.A. Review of Subduing Sovereignty: Sovereignty and the Right to Intervene, M. Heiberg, Editor, MIDDLE EAST STUDIES ASSOCIATION BULLETIN 32(1): Rubinstein, R.A., Review of Issues in Contemporary International Health, MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY QUARTERLY 6(4): Rubinstein, R.A., Review of Mind, Body and Culture: Anthropology and the Biological Interface, AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 94: Rubinstein, R.A., Review of How Does Social Science Work? Reflections on Practice, AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 94(4): Rubinstein, R.A., Review of Culture and Conflict in Egyptian-Israeli Relations: A Dialogue of the Deaf, HUMAN PEACE 8(3/4): Rubinstein, R.A., Review of Images of Women in Peace and War, HUMAN PEACE 7(3): Rubinstein, R.A., Review of Policies, Plans and People: Culture and Health Development in Nepal, MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY QUARTERLY 1(3): Rubinstein, R.A., Review of Qualitative Science, AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST R.A. Rubinstein, Page 16 /January 2018

17 87(2): Rubinstein, R.A., Review of Women and the Psychiatric Paradox, MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY QUARTERLY 16(1): Rubinstein, R.A., Review of Evolutionary Biology and Human Social Behavior, MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY NEWSLETTER 12(4): Rubinstein, R.A., Review of Life-Span Development and Behavior, Volume 1, AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 82: NEWSPAPER EDITORIALS Rubinstein, R.A., More Violence in Iraq: A failure to respect culture; The Shia and Sunnis are not unified now, but unless the U.S.-led coalition listens to them, they will be. NEWSDAY, 8 April 2004, Pp. A51,A53. Subsequently syndicated and reprinted in the LAS CRUSES SUN-NEWS, Las Cruces, NM 12 April, WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES, 13 April 2004, KITCHNER ONTARIO CANADA RECORD, 13 April, and REPOSITORY, Canton, OH 15 April Peshkova, S. and Rubinstein, R.A., Iraq Reconstruction Crippled by Lack of Cultural Understanding, syndicated op-ed published in Lincoln, NE, LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR, 13 August 2003 and Watertown, NY, WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES, 15 August Rubinstein, R.A., Lesson from Somalia: Going it Alone in Post War Iraq is Bad Policy, syndicated op-ed published in Paducah, KY, PADUCAH SUN, 14 April 2003, Albany, NY TIMES UNION, Watertown, NY WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES, Riverside, CA PRESS-ENTERPRISE, Norwalk, CT HOUR, 11 April. An earlier version was published in the Beirut, Lebanon, DAILY STAR on 3 April Bender, L., J. Burdick, D. Murphy, J. Orr, R. Sorkin and R. Rubinstein, U.S. strike against Iraq would undermine global rule of law, THE POST-STANDARD (7 November): A:17. RADIO AND VIDEO PRODUCTIONS BROADCAST OR DISTRIBUTED TO LIBRARIES Dr. David Suzuki's Discovery, Program on Peace and War. Interview of Robert A. Rubinstein and others. Canadian Broadcasting System. Toronto, Canada Sol Tax: An Oral History; Robert A. Rubinstein, Interviewer Five-hour video tape interview. Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Archival History Program, New York, New York Power, Change, and Security Decisions, Discussant's remarks by Robert A. Rubinstein, Audio recording of a 1985 symposium distributed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, D.C WBEZ: Public Report Panel discussion on Action Anthropology with Sol Tax, Leonard Borman, and Robert A. Rubinstein, 13 July 1983, WBEZ Radio, Chicago, Illinois. SYRACUSE STUDIES ON PEACE AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION, SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY PRESS, SERIES EDITOR 13. Ross, Karen Youth Encounter Programs in Israel: Pedagogy, Identity, and Social Change. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. 12. Kew, Darren Civil Society, Conflict Resolution, and Democracy in Nigeria. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. R.A. Rubinstein, Page 17 /January 2018

18 11. Sombatpoonsiri, Janjira Humor and Nonviolent Struggle in SERBIA. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. 10. Weisman, Marsha Prelude to Prison: Student Perspectives on School Suspension. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. 9. Adelman, Madelaine and Miriam Fendius Elman, editors Jerusalem: Conflict and Cooperation in a Contested City. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. 8. Roy, Beth 2014 The Bernal Story: Mediating Class and Race in a Multicultural Community. Foreword by John Paul Lederach. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. 7. Amster, Randall and Elavie Ndura, editors Exploring the Power of Nonviolence: Peace, Politics and Practice. Foreword by Michael N. Nagler. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. 6. Elman, Miriam Fendius, Oded Haklai and Hendrik Spruyt, editors Democracy and Conflict Resolution: The Dilemmas of Israel s Peacemaking. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. 5. Smith, Jackie and Ernesto Verdeja, editors Globalization, Social Movements, and Peacebuilding. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. 4. Ducre, K. Animashaun 2012 A Place We Call Home: Gender, Race, and Justice in Syracuse. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press 3. Plastas, Melinda 2011A Band of Nobel Women: Racial Politics in the Women s Peace Movement. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. 2. Shihade, Magid 2011 Not Just a Soccer Game: Colonialism and Conflict among Palestinians in Israel. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. 1. Mundy, Jacob and Stephen Zunes 2010 Western Sahara: War, Nationalism and Conflict Irresolution, Foreword by George McGovern. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. GRANT AWARDS Consultant (T. Jennings-Bey, PI), Community Engagement Initiative for Juvenile Delinquents, Onondaga County Probation Department, awarded to Street Addiction Institute Inc. ($220,000) 2014 Principal Investigator, Neighborhood Trauma Resulting from Gun Violence in Syracuse, Maxwell School, Syracuse University, Office of the Dean, Summer Project Assistant ($1,800) Co-investigator (S. Brechin and C. Gerard, Co-PIs), Environmental Governance and Conflict Management in Belize, The Oak Foundation ($218,500) 2012 Co-investigator (D. Bruce Carter and Carrie Smith, Co-PIs) Correlates and Consequences of Prenatal Depression: An exploratory study, SEED Grant Falk College Research Center, Syracuse University. ($5,000) Co-Director (with Sandra Lane), Curriculum Development Grant Middle East Studies Program, Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs, The Maxwell School, Syracuse University. ($2,000) R.A. Rubinstein, Page 18 /January 2018

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