Imagining Coexistence in Conflict Communities (Sadako Ogata).
Introduction (Antonia Chayes and Martha Minow).
Part One: Concepts.
A Survey of Coexistence Projects in Areas of Ethnic Conflict (Aneelah Afzali and Laura Colleton).
2.The Process Toward Reconciliation (Carlos E. Sluzki).
Part Two: Practice.
3. On Hidden Ground.
One Coexistence Strategy in Central Africa (Marc Sommers and Elizabeth McClintock).
4. Grand Visions and Small Projects.
Coexistence Efforts in Southeastern Europe (Diana Chigas and Brian Ganson).
5. Imagine Coexistence Pilot Projects in Rwanda and Bosnia (Cynthia Burns, Laura McGrew, and Ilija Todorovic).
6. Evaluating Coexistence.
Insights and Challenges (Eileen F. Babbitt).
Part Three: Obstacles.
7 Freedom s Hidden Price.
Framing the Obstacles to Economic Coexistence (Sven M. Spengemann).
8 Bureaucratic Obstacles to Imagining Coexistence (Antonia Chayes).
9. The Culture of Corruption in the Postconflict and Developing World (Glenn T. Ware and Gregory P. Noone).
Part Four: Approaches.
10. Education for Coexistence (Martha Minow).
11. Coexistence and Repair (Elizabeth V. Spelman).
12. Religion as an Aid and a Hindrance to Postconflict Coexistence Work (Marc Gopin).
13. Engaging with the Arts to Promote Coexistence (Cynthia Cohen).
14. Fostering Coexistence in Identity–Based Conflicts.
Toward a Narrative Approach (Sara Cobb).
15. The Art of the Possible.
Parallelism as an Approach to Promoting Coexistence (Lauren Elizabeth Guth).
Reflections on Coexistence (Michael Ignatieff).
About the Editors.
About the Contributors.
Martha Minow is a professor at Harvard Law School, senior fellow and acting director of the Harvard Center on Ethics and the Professions, and commissioner of the Independent International Commission on Kosovo.