CJP Faculty

Catherine BarnesCatherine Barnes, PhD
Associate Professor of Strategic Peacebuilding and Public Policy

Expertise: War-to-peace transitions and peace processes, political negotiation, state-building, conflict prevention, civil society roles in peacebuilding, and more.
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David BrubakerDavid Brubaker, PhD
Associate Professor of Organizational Studies
Expertise: Healthy organizations, leadership, group conflict and change processes; consulting within non-profit organizations, workplace mediation, and more.
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Jayne Seminare DochertyJayne Seminare Docherty, PhD
Program Director; Professor of Leadership and Public Policy
Expertise: Negotiation, terrorism and political violence, action research, strategic peacebuilding program design and evaluation; peacebuilding curriculum, and more.
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Barry HartBarry Hart, PhD
Professor of Trauma, Identity & Conflict Studies
Expertise: Conflict transformation, prejudice reduction, trauma awareness and recovery; reconciliation in Northern Ireland and Africa.
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Roxy Allen KiokoRoxy Allen Kioko, PhD

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Katie MansfieldKatie Mansfield, MA
STAR Lead Trainer
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Gloria RhodesGloria Rhodes, PhD
Associate Professor of Peacebuilding and Conflict Studies, Applied Social Sciences & CJP
Expertise: Peacebuilding curriculum development and pedagogy, conflict analysis, practice-related research, group facilitation and mediation, and more.
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Timothy SeidelTimothy Seidel, PhD
Assistant Professor of Peacebuilding and Development, Applied Social Sciences & CJP
Expertise: Global development; nonviolence and resistance; international relations; religion and politics; Middle East studies; postcolonial and critical theory, and more.
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Carl StaufferCarl Stauffer, PhD
Associate Professor of Justice and Development Studies
Expertise: Restorative and transitional justice; peacebuilding, community development, and conflict transformation initiatives in 20 countries in Africa, and more.
Co-director of Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice
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Matthew TibblesMatthew Tibbles
Adjunct Instructor, Center for Justice and Peacebuilding and Applied Social Sciences

Johanna TurnerJohonna Turner, PhD
Assistant Professor of Restorative Justice and Peacebuilding
Expertise: Restorative and transformative justice, youth leadership development, community-based peacebuilding, and art/media based approaches to social change. 
Co-director of Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice

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John Paul LederachJohn Paul Lederach, PhD
John Paul is the founding director of EMU’s Conflict Transformation Program and its associated Practice and Training Institute. He serves on the faculty of the Kroc Institute at Notre Dame. Annually, he either teaches or mentors CJP students in a retreat or classroom setting. He has extensive experience as a peacebuilding practitioner, trainer and consultant throughout Latin America, Africa and the U.S. He has been a pioneer in developing elecitive methods of conflict resolution training and practice, and is a widely published theorist in both English and Spanish. He holds a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Colorado.
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Howard ZehrHoward Zehr, PhD
Distinguished Professor of Restorative Justice
Expertise: Restorative justice theory and practice; victim issues; documentary and contemplative photography; interview-based research.
Director Emeritus of Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice
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