Course Details

Restorative Justice, Community Building, and Practice

Restorative justice is a philosophy centered on creating the conditions for just and equitable communities in an interconnected world. It emphasizes strengthening relationships, building community, and repairing harm. In this experiential learning course, students will study the intersection of restorative justice theory and practice, and they will develop skills for engaging in introspection, value-based dialogue, and community building. Students will learn about the circle process. Circles are a restorative practice shaped by different Indigenous traditions and teachings as well as other community-based restorative approaches.

Catalog Number: CRIM 693

Additional Course Information: Experiential Learning


Course History

Spring 2021
Title: Restorative Justice, Community Building, and Practice
Faculty: Buth, Annalise (courses | profile)
Section: 1     Credits: 3.0
Capacity: 12     Actual: 12

Spring 2020
Title: Restorative Justice and Human-Centered Design Project
Faculty: Buth, Annalise (courses | profile)
Section: 1     Credits: 3.0
Capacity: 12     Actual: 12

Spring 2019
Title: Restorative Justice and Human-Centered Design Project
Faculty: Buth, Annalise (courses | profile)
Section: 1     Credits: 3.0
Capacity: 12     Actual: 8