Honors | Multicultural Restorative Justice (AAAD)
A398 | 32037 | John Stanfield


MW 2:30-5:00pm
KH 203

Restorative justice (memories, confessions, apologies, forgiveness,
reconciliation, the rehumanized life) is an experiential process
through which perpetrators and victims come together to humanize.
Restorative justice occurs in different cultural contexts around the
world as well as within the United States as a plural society. This
course utilizes concepts from the disciplines of anthropology,
history, human development, politics, psychotherapy, sociology, and
theology.