Violence, Terror, Genocide, and War in the Holy Books and in the Decades Ahead New Psychological and Sociological Insights on the Old Testament, the New Testament, and the Qur’an By Timothy Philip Schwartz-Barcott

About Timothy Philip Schwartz-Barcott

Timothy Philip Schwartz-Barcott has taught courses in sociology, social psychology, criminology, and organizational behavior as a faculty member at Brown University, the University of Delaware, the University of Connecticut, Providence College, and the University of Rhode Island. His Ph.D. and MA degrees are from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. His BA is from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.

His academic research has been published in The Sociological Quarterly, Footnotes of the American Sociological Association, Teaching Sociology, and the Marine Corps Gazette. His academic books include War, Terror & Peace in the Qur’an and in Islam: Insights for Military and Government Leaders, and Re-creating Community and Well-Being at Buffalo Creek Since the Notorious Coal-Mining Disaster in 1972.