Jobb Arnold

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Jobb Arnold
Assistant Professor

Conflict Resolution Studies

  • Canada
  • Climate Change
  • Energy / Fuel Sources
  • Environmental Politics
  • Human Relationships
  • Human Rights
  • International Affairs / Geopolitics
  • Justice
  • Philosophy / Ethics
  • Social / Personality
  • Urban Planning / Community Planning
  • Social Movements
Areas of Expertise:
  • Community Reconciliation
  • Creative Peace-building
  • Critical Policy Analysis
  • Experiential Education
  • Inter-Cultural Collaboration
  • Pipeline Politics
  • Resource Conflict
  • Social Theory
Languages Spoken:
  • English
Available To:
  • Appear on radio or TV
  • Appear as a public speaker
  • Provide comment to media
  • Write articles
  • Discuss research with industry, government, and others

Dr. Jobb Arnold joined the Department of Conflict Resolution Studies in 2015. He holds a PhD in Cultural Studies from Queen's University and an MA in Social Psychology from The University of British Columbia. His research interests include: cultural dimensions of conflict and reconciliation, community building practices, decolonization, social movement strategies; and genocide, ecocide and social planning for adaptation to climate change.

Arnold has worked extensively in both Rwanda and Northern Ireland conducting critical policy analysis and working alongside local-level post-conflict community projects. His current projects focus on the emotional, logistical and political dynamics involved in collaborations between Indigenous, Settler and Migrant groups engaged in social change work in Canada.

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Shoal Lake to Winnipeg: Practicing Land-Based Reconciliation

Imagine learning survival skills from indigenous knowledge keepers, canoeing, hearing teachings and stories from elders, and feasting on...