Publications

* indicates equal co-authorship

Books
Ross, K. (2017). Youth Encounter Programs in Israel: Pedagogy, Identity, and Social ChangeSyracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. 

Peer reviewed articles

Ross, K. (2017).Making Empowering Choices: How Methodology Mattersfor Empowering Research Participants.Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 18(3): Article 12. 

Ross, K. (2017). “Untangling the Intervention-Context Dyad through Horizontal Comparison:Examples from IsraeliPeacebuilding Organizations.” Comparative Education Review 61(2): 327-353.

Ross, K., B.K. Dennis, P. Zhao & P. Li. (2017). “Exploring Graduate Students’ Conceptions of Research: Links Between Identity and Research Conceptions.International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 29(1): 73-86. 

Li, P., K. Ross, P. Zhao & B.K. Dennis. (2017). "Critical Action Research: How do Graduate Students in an Introductory Research Class Conceptualize ‘Research’?” In SAGE Research Methods Cases.

Ross, K. (2016).Peace-Building through Inter-Group Encounters: Rethinking the Contributions of‘Mainstream’ and ‘Politicised’ Approaches.” Peacebuilding 4(3): 317-330.

 Zhao, P., P. Li, K. Ross & B. Dennis. (2016).Methodological Tool or Methodology? Beyond Instrumentality and Efficiency with Qualitative Data Analysis SoftwareForum: Qualitative Social Research, 17(2): Art 16.

Ross, K. & N. Lazarus. (2015). "Tracing the Long-Term Impacts of a Generation of Israeli-Palestinian Encounters." International Journal of Conflict Engagement and Resolution, 3(2): 116-135. 

Ross, K. & N. Razon.* (2015). Interrogating Boundaries and Acknowledging Fluidity: Shifting Identity Markers in Palestine/Israel.” Journal of Borderlands Studies 30(2): 247-262.

Ross, K. (2015). "Quality as Critique: Promoting Critical Reflection Among Youth in Structured Encounter Programs." Journal of Peace Education 12(2): 117-137.

Ross, K.  (2014). Narratives of Belonging (and Not): Intergroup Contact in Israel and the Formation of Ethno-National Identity Claims.International Journal of Intercultural Relations 42: 38-52.

Ross, K. (2013).Promoting Change Within the Constraints of Conflict: Case Study of Sadaka Reut in Israel.” Current Issues in Comparative Education 15(2): 35-52. (Special issue on Education for Social Change and Transformation: Case Studies of Critical Praxis).

Ross, K. (2012). “Linking Mechanisms to Outcomes: Implicit Norms in a Cross-Cultural Dialogue Program.Peace & Conflict Studies 19(2): 193-218.

Razon, N. & K. Ross.* (2012). “Negotiating Fluid Identities: Alliance-Building in Qualitative Interviews.Qualitative Inquiry 18(6): 494-503.

Shafiq, M. N. & K. Ross. (2010). “Educational Attainment and Attitudes Towards War in Four Predominantly Muslim Countries.” Journal of Development Studies 46(8): 1424-1441

Book contributions

Ross, K. (2015). Reconceptualizing Impact: New Approaches to Studying Peace Education in Intractable Conflict.” In A. Karako, C. Del Felice, & A. Wisler (Eds.), Peace Education Evaluation: Learning from Experience and Exploring Prospects. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Ross, K. (2012). Perspectives on Writing a Qualitative Dissertation. In J. M. Meloy (Ed.), Twenty-First Century Learning By Doing. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Book reviews/encyclopedia entries

Ross, K. (2014). Review of Z. Bekerman & M. Zembylas, Teaching Contested Narratives: Identity, Memory and Reconciliation in Peace Education and Beyond.  Comparative Education Review 58(1): 176-178.

Ross, K. (2012). "Israel, Arab Education in." Pp. 1285-1286 in J. A. Banks (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education, Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Ross, K. (2011). Review of N. Dhillon & T. Yousef, Generation in Waiting: The Unfulfilled Promise of Young People in the Middle East. International Journal of World Peace 28(2): 98-100. 

Other publications

Ross, K. (2011).  Lessons from Online Dialogue: The Shaping Our Future Experience. New York: Network for Peace through Dialogue.

Ross, K.  (2004). “Moving Forward: Exploring the Role of Dialogue in Promoting Reconciliation and Democracy-Building in South Africa.”  In Creating Spaces for Dialogue.  Pretoria: IDASA

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