PROF. KENNETH FOX is a Professor of Business, the university-wide Director of Conflict Studies, and a Senior Fellow of the Hamline University School of Law’s nationally recognized Dispute Resolution Institute at Hamline University in the United States.
Ken has served as a U.S. State Department J. William Fulbright Senior Specialist in law/peace and conflict resolution studies at the Riga Graduate School of Law in Latvia where he taught conflict resolution principles to law students from across the Baltic region and has served as a Fulbright selection peer reviewer in law/peace and conflict resolution studies.
For over a decade, he was been part of a series of U.S. State Department-funded civic education and conflict transformation projects, working directly with Israeli, Palestinian, Jordanian and Lebanese educators and civic leaders to support civil society. He currently serves on the International Advisory Board of the Afghanistan Center for Commercial Dispute Resolution.
His publications focus on negotiation, mediation, restorative justice, reflective dispute resolution practice and conflict theory. His most recent co-authored publication (with professors Nadja Alexander and Jill Howieson), Negotiation Strategy, Style and Skills, Third Edition (Lexis/Nexis Butterworth Press) is due for release in Australia in summer 2015 and published in North America in 2016.