Faculty representing many departments and programs across campus contribute courses to the Peace and Justice Studies Minor, representing a wide variety of perspectives and methodologies.
This interdisciplinary minor includes coursework around the legal, political, historical, economic, social, psychological, and artistic dimensions of social justice; students can explore social justice topics through literature as well as politics, through journalism as well as film, through dance and philosophy.
Professor of Education, Dorothy Reed Williams Faculty Chair in the Social Sciences
Chair, Department of Education
Associate Professor of Sociology
Co-Coordinator, Peace and Social Justice Minor
Associate Professor of Women's and Gender Studies and Art History
Coordinator, Women's and Gender Studies; Co-Coordinator, Peace and Social Justice Minor