Lynn Stuart Weiss Lecture — Psychology as a Means of Attaining Peace Through World Law

This lecture promotes psychology as a means of attaining peace through world law.

Sponsor: APF

Description

The lecture was established by Drs. Raymond A. and Rosalee G. Weiss, in memory of their daughter, Lynn, whose interests centered on the science and art of politics, with a focus on world law.

The following APA divisions rotate recommending an annual lecturer to the APF Board of Trustees:

Past Recipients
2014

Kathleen Malley-Morrison, PhD
“To be or not to be...morally engaged: Psychological perspectives & international law”

2013

Jean Maria Arrigo, PhD
"Giving Voice to Intelligence Professionals of Conscience" (PDF, 735KB)

2012

John Bradford Braithwaite, PhD, Australian National University

2011

Susan V. Opotow, PhD, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York

2010

Georg Lind, PhD, University of Konstanz

2009

Jonathan Turley, JD, George Washington University Law School

2008

Clarence J. Sundram, JD, Mental Disability Rights International

2007

Michael G. Wessells, PhD, Randolph-Macon College

2006

Flight Captain George Michael Mukula, Honorable Minister of State for Health (General Duties) of the Uganda Ministry of Health

2005

Mary Robinson, Columbia University

2004

Scott Plous, PhD, Wesleyan University

2003

Thomas Pettigrew, PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz

2002

Raymond D. Fowler, PhD, American Psychological Association

2001

Miles R. Hewstone, PhD, University of Wales College of Cardiff

2000

Gary B. Melton, PhD, Clemson University