Abraham Shapiro Academic Complex, 308
Coexistence and Conflict
Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence Studies
DegreesHarvard University, Ph.D.
Harvard University, B.A.
ExpertiseAmerican literature and intellectual history. Business ethics. International justice. Coexistence in divided societies.
ProfileDirector of International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life. Responsibilities include the Brandeis Institute for International Judges, the Program in Peacebuilding and the Arts, the Sorensen Fellowships, 'DEIS Impact, Advocacy for Policy Change, The Gittler Prize, the Richman Distinguished Fellowship in Public Life, the Brandeis-Genesis Institute for Russian Jewry, and other programs. Webpage
|AMST||190a||Money, Markets and Morals in American Culture|
|PAX||89a||Internship in Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence Studies|
Awards and Honors
Board of Trustees, Wheelock College (2013)
Member, Committee on Conscience, United States Holocaust Museum and Memorial (2013)
Resident, Blue Mountain Center, New York (2013)
Advisory Council, Jacob Blaustein Institute for the Advancement of Human Rights (2006)
Terris, Daniel S and Leigh Swigart. "Who Are International Judges?." Oxford Handbook of International Adjudication. Ed. Cesare PR Romano, Karen J. Alter and Yuval Shany. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. 619-638.
Terris, Daniel S, Romano Cesare P.R, and Swigart, Leigh. The International Judge: An Introduction to the Men and Women Who Decide the World's Cases. Hanover, NH: Brandeis University Press, 2007.
Terris,Daniel S. Ethics at Work: Creating Virtue in an American Corporation. University Press of New England, 2005.
Terris,Daniel S. Literary Responses to Mass Violence. Brandeis University, 2005.
Terris,Daniel S. "Jews and African Americans: Holding Down the Fort." Religion and Public Life in New England. Ed. Walsh and Silks. Altamira Press, 2004
Terris,Daniel S. "Waldo Frank, Jean Toomer, and the Critique of Racial Voyeurism." Race and the Modern Artist. Ed. Melnick and Hathaway. Oxford University Press, 2003
Terris,Daniel S. Catholics, Jews and the Prism of Conscience. Brandeis University, 2001.