Menno Simons College, Research Collaborator

Jobb Dixon Arnold is an Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution Studies and Psychology at Canadian Mennonite University.

His research investigates the relationships between psychological, socio-political and environmental change, and their implications for processes of inter-group conflict, peacebuilding and collaboration.

Employing mixed methods approaches Arnold’s comparative research includes ongoing field work and collaborations in Rwanda, Northern Ireland and Canada.

Arnold’s current research priorities includes translating experimental and community-based research into applied peacebuilding strategies in the context of Canadian reconciliation among Immigrant, Indigenous and Settler communities.

Arnold is the coordinator for the master’s program in Peacebuilding and Collaborative Development (MA-PCD) at Canadian Mennonite University.

His teaching and student mentorship includes incorporating experiential and land-based approaches to peace education and embodied learning.