Jan Arnow's Home Page

As with most of the Web -- it's under construction. Here is information about my latest book, Teaching Peace, due for publication in September 1995.


Teaching Peace

How to Raise Children to Live in Harmony -- Without Fear, Without Prejudice, Without Violence

To be published by Putnam, September 1995. ISBN 0-399-52155-0 $12.00 U.S.

America has always been perceived as the great melting pot. But today, with increased immigration, changing demographic patterns, and heightened awareness of diversity, Americans truly live in a global society. For parents and teachers who want to encourage tolerance, respect, and self-esteem, and discourage hatred and violence, Jan Arnow's Teaching Peace is an essential guide, a hands-on, down-to-earth approach that explains how to combat prejudice and prevent conflict while teaching children the kind of values that will help them live fruitful lives in today's changing world.

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Jan Arnow

JAN ARNOW, one of the country's leading authorities on the psychology and teaching practices of multicultural education and violence abatement, has been conducting research and fieldwork on these issues for nearly two decades. During her tenure as the Manager of Multicultural Education for the Kentucky Department of Education, she authored that state's groundbreaking policy guidelines for multicultural education, and continues to travel throughout the country to present her program to educators, parents, and community leaders. The founder of the Institute for Intercultural Understanding in Louisville, Kentucky, Arnow is the author of five previous books.


Jan Arnow, Executive Director,
The Institute for Intercultural Understanding
2025 Maryland Avenue, Louisville, KY 40205, U.S.A.
email: jarnow@iglou.com  Phone: +1 502 454 0607
WWW: http://iglou.com/members/jarnow