Learners and faculty created these resources while writing and researching for peace.
Closing the Circle
October 1st and 2nd, 2009, Lawney Reyes returns to the land of his Sinixt grandfather, Alex Christian, the White Grizzly Bear. Reyes and his family participate in a ceremony which includes the placement of a memorial stone near the Kootenay and Columbia Rivers.
History of the Mir Centre for Peace
A narrative history of the Mir Centre, prepared by Dr. Myler Wilkinson.
Walking the Path Together: Reconciliation and Healing at the Mir Centre for Peace
This event was held at the Mir Centre for Peace on May 24th, 2009 as part of the PEAC 101 course instructed by Linda Wilkinson.
Traditional Cultures: Pathways to Understanding
Dr. Alexander Vaschenko spoke at the Mir Centre for Peace, July 17th, 2009.
Culture and Peacemaking
Russian scholar Dr. Alexander Vaschenko spoke on culture and models for peacemaking in Canada and Russia, November 23rd, 2006.
Stephen Lewis Interview
Interview on Kootenay Co-op Radio with Stephen Lewis.
Being on the Land: Histories at the Confluence
A symposium on the histories of the peoples living at the confluence of the Kootenay and Columbia Rivers.
The Mir Centre for Peace: The Search for Values in the Age of Transition
Linda Wilkinson's MA thesis: A history of peace studies in Canada as well as unique materials on Doukhobor and First Nations communities.
Writing and Reflections by Students in PEAC 100
Lisa Hutton writes about building peace through centres for peace. Students reflect on the history of the Mir Centre for Peace.