Rothman, J. (1992). From confrontation to cooperation: Resolving ethnic and regional conflict Newberry Park,  Ca. SAGE Publications, Inc. (summary)

Rothman, J. (1997). Resolving identity-based conflict in nations, organizations, and communities. San Francisco, Ca. : Jossey Bass (Wiley) (summary)

Ross, M. and Rothman, J.  (Eds.). 1999. Theory and practice in ethnic conflict management . London: Palgrave Macmillan. (summary)

Rothman, J. (Ed.) 2012. From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based Cooperation. New York, NY: Springer.

Rothman, J. (2018). Re-Envisioning Conflict Resolution: Visioning, Action and Evaluation in Conflict Engagement London: Routledge.


A. International:

  • Rothman, J. (1991). Special Issue on Pre-Negotiation. The Jerusalem Journal of International Relations13(1).

B. National:

Rothman, J. (1991). “Conflict research and resolution: Cyprus.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 518(1), 95-108. (abstract) ( Inst.)

  • Rothman, J. (1999). “Articulating goals and monitoring progress in a Cyprus conflict resolution training workshop.” In Ross, M and Rothman, J. Theory and practice in ethnic conflict management (pp. 176-194). Palgrave Macmillan, London.

C. Organizational:

  • Rothman, J., & Friedman, V. J. (2001). “Identity, conflict, and organizational learning.” (582-597).  In  Dierkes, M. (et al.) Handbook of organizational learning and knowledge, Cambridge University Press.

D. Communal:

  • Rothman, J., & Land, R. (2003). “The Cincinnati Police-Community Relations Collaborative.” Crim. Just.18, 35.

  • Rothman, J. (2006). “Identity and conflict: Collaboratively addressing policy-community conflict in Cincinnati, Ohio.” Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol.22, 105.

  • Rothman, J. (2012). “Applying Action Evaluation on a Large Scale: Cincinnati Police-Community Relations Collaborative–Successes, Failures and Lessons Learned.” In From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based Cooperation (pp. 191-205). Springer, New York, NY.

  • Rothman, J. (2014). “From intragroup conflict to intergroup cooperation.” In Intersectionality and Social Change. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.


  1. ARIA-CE: creative conflict engagement
  2. Rothman, J. (2014). “The reflexive mediator.” Negotiation Journal30(4), 441-453.

  • Rothman, J., & Olson, M. (1997). “From Interests to Identities.” Journal of Peace Research38, 3.

  • Rothman, J. (1995). “Reflexive dialogue as transformation.” Mediation Q.13, 345.

    B. ARIA-AE: Participatory Goal Setting/Action Evaluation

  • Rothman, J. (1997). “Action‐evaluation and conflict resolution: In theory and practice.” Mediation Quarterly15(2), 119-131.

  • Rothman, J. (1997). “Action evaluation and conflict resolution training: Theory, method and case study.” International Negotiation2(3), 451-470.

Rothman, J. Friedman, V. Withers, B. “The Power of Why” In Rothman, J (ed.): From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based Cooperation: The ARIA Approach.

      C. ARIA integrative approach

  • Rothman, J., & Albertstein, M. (2013). “Individuals, groups and intergroups: Theorizing about the role of identity in conflict and its creative engagement.”  Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol., 28, 631.
  • Rothman, J. (2014). “Conflict engagement: A contingency model in theory and practice.” Peace and Conflict Studies21(2), 104-116.

  • Rothman, J. (2014). “From intragroup conflict to intergroup cooperation.” In Intersectionality and Social Change. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.