I am seeking some references on the idea of peace as developed in anarchist thought. Peace, as a conceptual idea, is more often than not studied through the framework of liberalism, tying it directly to how states enter into and avoid conflict.
While potential ideas of anarchist peace are situated as resistance to the state, global inequalities, etc., I am particularly interested in how an anarchist society is built around the idea of living in peace, be it communist, communitarian, primitivism, or any other way of imagining anarchy.
What does it mean to be living in peace? what are the values and social practices that foster peaceful living? what mechanisms (social, cultural, religious) might support peaceful living?
Any thoughts, opinions, and/or references would be greatly appreciated.