This fifth episode features Dr. David Brubaker, dean of the school of social sciences and professions at Eastern Mennonite University, which includes the Center for Justice and… Listen about 5. When the center does not hold
In this episode, academic program coordinator Janelle Myers-Benner, who has worked at CJP in various capacities for 20 years. speaks of her formative experiences volunteering in Bolivia; the… Listen about 4. Nora Lynne
In this episode, Dr. Carl Stauffer, professor of Restorative and Transitional Justice here at CJP, and an engaging storyteller, reflects on his childhood in Vietnam… Listen about 3. Remembering without Revenge
What does it mean to be trauma-informed and resilience-oriented? In the years since STAR began our learning and teaching journey (in response to a call… Read more about What does it mean to be trauma-informed and resilience-oriented?
Many traumagenic systems, situations and events are routinely minimized, though they generate frustration, pain and profound bodily impacts in everyday life – and affect different bodies in different ways. Below we name a few of these traumagenic – or potentially traumatic – systems, situations or events. Read more about Why are we talking about trauma?
For Caitlin Morneau, the work of mobilizing the 20 percent of Americans who identify as Catholic began with cowriting a book foreword with Eastern Mennonite… Read more about Grad working through RJ to move Catholics to ‘An Entirely Different Way of Thinking’
CJP is a practice-oriented program, preparing students from diverse cultural and professional backgrounds to engage proactively and reflectively in complicated real-world settings of conflict and… Read more about At CJP, Learning From and With Others