W. Landis Jones

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Landis Jones "has been a scholar and teacher, primarily at the University of Louisville where he has served as chairman of the Department of Political Science, Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and interim Director of the School of Urban Policy. For his own university, he helped to develop and subsequently to direct (1988-95) one of the country’s most distinguished prizes in peacebuilding, the Grawemeyer Award in World Order (which in 1998 was awarded to NPF Advisor Herbert Kelman). Dr. Jones is the author of many books and articles on the political and governmental process and is currently reviewing, as a case study, the reorganization of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, about which he is genuinely interested but appropriately dispassionate." [1]

Resources and articles


  1. Leaders of National Peace Foundation, National Peace Foundation, accessed July 19, 2007.