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October 11, 2013 11:38 AM

New University of Kentucky peace studies program takes in-depth look at nonviolence

"Peace studies" may summon images of a neutrality that negotiates with perpetrators of outrage. But Clayton Thyne, the political science professor at the University of Kentucky who is teaching one of the school's two new Peace Studies courses, said that the academic discipline has a far more layered approach than that.

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