This multi-volume set was created by an outstanding, interdisciplinary
group of academics, clinicians and activists worldwide, from
Princeton University to the Nelson R. Mandela School of Medicine in South Africa. Contributors including Pulitzer Prize-winner Dr.
John E. Mack present works that crosscut an immense range of terrorism-related factors including historic contexts, group
dynamics, social psychological, behavioral, forensic, psychopathological and evolutionary issues. Global perspectives on
understanding, empathy, bias, prejudice, racism, hate and sexism are also presented. Forged with a combination of talents and
viewpoints rarely seen in the worlds of academia or activism, these volumes move knowledge and understanding forward as the
framework and catalyst for readers considering ways in which to respond to terrorism. Authors in this unprecedented collaboration
led by editor Chris E. Stout include scholars from Harvard University, Mount Sinai School of Medicine and the Disaster Mental
Health Institute, as well as National University of Colombia, Comprehensive Medical Center in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and the
Maagalim Institute of Psycotherapy and Counseling in Tel-Aviv.