Nonviolence Study Groups
In our quest to educate and train the next generation of nonviolent peacemakers and to build a community dedicated to nonviolence at Marquette University, the center holds weekly gatherings of faculty, undergraduate and graduate students, and community members to discuss theories of nonviolence and contemporary social justice issues on the campus, local, national, and global levels. Rev. G. Simon Harak, S.J., Director, Patrick Kennelly, Associate Director, and the Milwaukee Community Peacemaker mentor the groups.
Contact our Associate Director Patrick Kennelly with any questions about the Nonviolence Study Groups. (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: (414) 288-8444)
Faculty / Graduate Student Nonviolence Study Group
The Faculty and Graduate Nonviolent Study Group will meet on alternating Thursday's from Noon-1:00 p.m. with the first meeting commencing on February 7, 2013. This semester we are reading All is Grace by Jim Forest
Please plan to gather at the Center for Peacingmaking housed in the Academic Support Facility (ASF) located at 735 N. 17th Street, between Wisconsin Avenue and Wells Street across from the parking structure.
There is no pre-meeting registration so please join us. Email Patrick Kennelly to get updates on the meetings.
Undergraduate Nonviolence Study Group
Join other students to discuss readings and have Skype conversations with internationally recognized peacemakers every Wednesday from 7:00-8:00 p.m. during the Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 semesters at the Center for Peacemaking.
The Center is housed in the Academic Support Facility (ASF) located at 735 N. 17th Street between Wisconsin Avenue and Wells Street across from the parking structure.
There is no pre-meeting preparation so please join us. Email Patrick Kennelly to get updates on the meetings.