Tom Hastings

Contact Information:

hastings@pdx.edu
503-725-9173

Market Center Building (MCB)
Suite MCB 131
1600 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97201​​​​​​​
Office Hours: By Arrangement

 

Courses Taught

University Studies courses: 

CR 302U Peace Studies

CR 303U Consensus Building

CR 304U Participating in Democracy

CR 305U Ecology of War & Peace

CR 306U Intro to Nonviolence

 

Graduate course: 

CR 517 Nonviolence

 

Faculty Adviser to Students United for Nonviolence (SUN)

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Students-United-for-Nonviolence-SUN/22684...

Website: https://www.pdx.edu/conflict-resolution/students-united-for-nonviolence

Academic Career

BA, Peace Studies, Writing, Northland College

MA, Mass Communication, Nonviolence, University of Wisconsin-Superior

Ed.D. Portland State University

Personal Statement

Tom H. Hastings Co-Coordinates the Conflict Resolution Undergraduate major and minor degree programs.

He directs PeaceVoice, a program of the Oregon Peace Institute. His books include: A New Era of Nonviolence (2014); Conflict Transformation (2011); The Lessons of Nonviolence (2006); Power (2005), Nonviolent Response to Terrorism (2004); Meek Ain't Weak: Nonviolent Power and People of Color (2002); and Ecology of war and peace: Counting costs of conflict (2000). With Seattle writer Geov Parrish, he wrote the 2002 War Resisters League calendar datebook, 52 true stories of nonviolent success.

 He is a nonviolent peace, justice and environmental activist, a Plowshares nonviolent veteran of three prisons and has done nonviolence trainings for more than 35 years across the US. He is a past chair of the Peace and Justice Studies Association, and on the Board of Directors of the Oregon Peace Institute. He served three terms on the Governing Council of the International Peace Research Association and is on the Board of Directors of the International Peace Research Association Foundation. He is on the Academic Advisory Council of the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict. He was awarded Peace Educator of the Year by the Peace and Justice Studies Association in 2017.

 He is co-founder of the Portland Peace Team. He lives in Whitefeather Peace House, and hikes, bikes, and grows grapes for fun (he owns no automobile).

 

 

Negotiating during the first of nonviolent takeovers of US Senator Ron Wyden's office.
I'm smiling because Utah Phillips is sitting next to me and we are conducting a nonviolence training for 200 folks in St Paul MN.