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JSA 2014 16th Annual Conference

THEME:
Revisiting to Revisioning: Restorative Justice to Transformative Justice

JSA Conference 2014 - Revisiting to Revisioning: Restorative Justice to Transformative Justice

May 29 - May 31, 2014
Towson University, Baltimore, MD

Conference 2014
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Justice Studies Association Annual Conference
Start date: 5/28/14
End date: 6/1/14
Last day to book by: 5/15/14


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Towson University Marriott Conference Hotel
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Larry L. Tifft will deliver the Keynote Address -

TRANSFORMATIVE JUSTICE: A REFLECTION ON CREATING NEEDS-BASED SOCIAL STRUCTURES AND SELVES.

As one of the founders of JSA, Larry is a world-renowned scholar on restorative justice, author of several books, numerous articles and now Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Central Michigan University.

Larry L. Tifft will deliver the Keynote Address -  TRANSFORMATIVE JUSTICE: A REFLECTION ON CREATING NEEDS-BASED SOCIAL STRUCTURES AND SELVES.

Call for Conference Papers
* extended to April 1, 2014 (click here)

SUBMISSIONS

You may submit a paper abstract or propose an entire panel session. JSA encourages your creative modes of presentation, including but not limited to video, photography, and interactive sessions.

Please send your presentation or session title, name, affiliation, and contact information along with a 200 word abstract electronically to Program Co-Chair, Justin Smith, justicestudies2014@gmail.com
by APRIL 1, 2014.

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The Annual Noam Chomsky Award for 2014 will be presented to Janet Connors.

JANET CONNORS

Janet Connors is a long time community and social justice activist in Boston neighborhoods most affected by violence and social injustices.

Janet Connors is a long time community and social justice activist in Boston neighborhoods most affected by violence and social injustices.  She brings over 40 years experience working with youth and families in community based organizations.  She worked as the Survivor Support Coordinator at the Louis Brown Peace Institute for a number of years where she kept circles with families to promote healing from grief and trauma; to assist families with decision-making; peace-keeping efforts and preparation for the court process.  Today, she brings restorative justice practices to schools as alternatives to suspension; as a means to build positive relationships and strong community by engaging in meaningful dialogue through the Circle Process. 

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Contemporary Justice Review

CALL FOR PAPERS 2013

"ANARCHISM as a
FOUNDATION for JUSTICE "


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2014
Sixteenth Annual
JSA Conference

Towson University, Baltimore, MD

"Revisiting to Revisioning: Restorative Justice to Transformative Justice"

May 29 - May 31
2014


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