Bruce Pearson is Program Manager at the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC), where he supports online learning, fieldwork, fellowships, and writing and publishing on the use of civil resistance by movements to win rights, freedom, and justice. With ICNC Press, he has coordinated the publication of twenty monographs, special reports, and resources for practitioners—for which fourteen he was volume editor. He is also the series editor for books in the Activist-Author series. Bruce also manages the moderated and participant-led online courses and supports courses by ICNC partners and teaching fellows.
Bruce holds a Master of Arts in International Relations from American University’s School of International Service, with an emphasis on international negotiation and conflict resolution. He studied in Jerusalem during his graduate program, and his research focuses on the Middle East and the greater Muslim world. He has traveled extensively, visiting more than 35 countries on four continents.