Articles and Lectures
- Changing Hearts and Minds through Non-violent Protest?, an article by David Hardiman for the Economic & Political Weekly, Dec 19, 2015.
Book Review for Gandhian Nonviolent Struggle and Untouchability in South India: The 1924-25 Vykom Satyagraha and Mechanisms of Change
Mary Elizabeth King, “Webinar: Learning from Gandhi, a Campaign against Untouchability, and Human Error,” International Center for Nonviolent Conflict, October 27, 2015. Go to https://youtu.be/uvt7wClb0yA
- Book Talk: Gandhi Reaches Civil Rights Leaders, by Erica Moody published in the Washington Life Magazine, May 6, 2015.
- Nonviolent conflict modeled by Gandhi could be just as effective today, an article by Mary King for the U.S. National Catholic Reporter, Nov 13, 2014.
- Public Lecture: “‘A Single Garment of Destiny’: Martin Luther King Jr and Our World” – Martin Luther King, Jr., Foundation, The Hague, Netherlands. May 24, 2013.
- Mary King discusses the huge ethical and socioeconomic ramifications of gender inequality with Cathy Rubin of the Huffington Post. Rubin asks what significant movements or endeavors are underway from women themselves to correct the situation. Part of a three-part series, available online
- Interview: “Mary Elizabeth King on Civil Action for Social Change, the Transnational Women’s Movement, and the Arab Awakening” – Part of the Theory Talks series from the School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg, Göteborg, Sweden. June, 2013.
- Lecture: “Behind the Arab Awakening: Dynamics of Civil Resistance” – January, 2012 at Green Templeton College, Oxford
- Nonviolent Struggle in Africa: Essentials of Knowledge and Teaching, an Article by Mary King for the Africa Peace and Conflict Journal, December, 2008.
- Lecture, Concerned Philosophers for Peace, Nov 2007, Manchester College, Indiana
- Lecture, Conference of Peace Studies Professors, 2005, Manchester College, Indiana
- “Why Do They Hate Us?” an article by Mary King from the Fellowship of Reconciliation magazine, Fellowship, in July–August 2003, based on an address to Rotary International and World Affairs Council, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 31 October 2002.
- Book Review: Radio Free Dixie, by Mary King, Journal of American History (Dec. 2000)
- “Globalization: A Powerful Opportunity for Nonviolent Struggle,” an article by Mary King from the Fellowship of Reconciliation magazine, Fellowship, in September–October 1999.
- “SNCC: Born of the Sit-Ins, Dedicated to Action: Remembrances of Mary Elizabeth King,” 1988.
- “So that the Sacrifices of 1964 Will Not Have Been in Vain,” an opinion piece by Mary King, Los Angeles Times (12 July 1984)
- “Sex and Caste: A Kind of Memo,” by Casey Hayden and Mary King, Liberation, April 1966, (orig. written in Nov. 18, 1965)