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Plowshares Project

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The Plowshares Project is a Peace Studies collaborative between Manchester University, Earlham College and Goshen College in Indiana. History The Plowshares Project was formed in 2002, and is funded by a four-year grant from Eli Lilly and Company. The project defines its mission and goals by the religious ethos of the Church of the Brethren, the Society of Friends, and Mennonite Church USA. Purpose Plowshares was initiated to enrich the Peace Studies programs at Manchester, Earlham, and Goshen colleges. The program facilitates channels of discussion, and seeks to uphold the peacemaking traditions of the colleges' founding churches. Declared goals With the Lilly grant, the Plowshares Program intends to: *Further Expand Peace Studies Programs—by creating an international resource for peace studies education, strengthening educators, and offering grants for student research. *Unification of Peace Studies Courses—through discussion and program development by
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