Denise Williams, Ph.D.
Title: Assistant Professor, Negotiation, Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding
Department: Negotiation, Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding
Office: LIB D-506
Phone Extension: x3857
Email Username: dewilliams
- Mediators need to understand how their techniques actually work.” Peace and Conflict. Journal of Peace Psychology. 7:1:93-94. 2001.
- “Forging a successful political coalition in Chile .” Pp. 115-140 in Kian M. Kwan, editor, Individuality and social control: Essays in Honor of Tamotsu Shibutani . Greenwich, CT: JAI. 1996.
- Reframing reality in mediation (video). With Sara Cobb. Southern California Mediation Association. 1995. See Video
- “Never again will our differences convert us into enemies:” An interactionist perspective on coalition negotiations in Chile. Dissertaton, University of California at Santa Barbara, Department of Sociology, Ph.D. (1994)
- “Ecopolis of Peace: Staraya Ladoga, U.S.S.R.” in Conflict Resolution Notes. 7:3:32-33. 1989.
Grants and Contracts
- Wrote or coauthored funded grants and contracts for more than $1 million to date (e.g. gang prevention, democratization, community and university conflict resolution centers establishment and maintenance, conflict resolution programs and interventions for individuals, parent-teens, schools, universities, businesses, law enforcement, nonprofits, and cities).
Awards and Honors
- California Lambda of Phi Beta Kappa , 1986.