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The Marquette University Center for Peacemaking will award one grant for a full-time Marquette faculty member to develop a new course, or significantly revise an existing course, that explores and integrates issues of peacemaking and nonviolence.
The value of the Peace Studies Course Development Grant is $2,500.
Proposals are sought for courses that integrate two or more of the following areas:
Theory and Practices of Peacemaking
Working for the cessation of violence. For example:
Methods for sustaining peace and preventing the spread of violence. For example:
Working to encourage and build a culture of sustainable peace. For example:
Exploring the intersections of nonviolence and other areas such as gender, race, ethnicity, indigeneity, genocide, refugees and migrants, domestic violence, violence against women and sexual minorities, gun violence, and the role of social and health systems in addressing violence, especially for at-risk populations.
Applicants must submit the following materials electronically (PDF or Word document) to Fr. T. Michael McNulty, S.J. by the end of day, Thursday, June 1, 2017.