Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies
Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies (PJCS) is an interdisciplinary field of study which addresses the problems of war, social oppression and violence, and the challenges of implementing nonviolent conflict resolution and social justice. The PJCS program serves to focus knowledge from diverse disciplines to converge on the problems of violence and the challenges of finding peaceful solutions.
Students are encouraged to consult with the faculty listed below, who serve as resource persons and advisors in the various disciplines that contribute to the minor in PJCS.
|Mimi Gerstbauer||Raymond and Florence Sponberg Professor of Ethics||507-933-7421|
|Sidonia Alenuma-Nimoh||Associate Professor||507-933-7451||web|
|Mary Gaebler||Associate Professor||507-933-6290|
|Richard Leitch||Associate Professor||507-933-7028|
|Ursula Lindqvist||Associate Professor||507-933-7422|
|Maddalena Marinari||Associate Professor||507-933-6152|
|Joaquin Villanueva||Associate Professor||2016871101|
|Suzanne Wilson||Associate Professor||507-933-7426|