Call for proposals: CSJS Justice Faculty Fellow Seminar Leaders 2012-2013

The Center for the Study of Justice in Society (CSJS) is seeking faculty seminar leaders for its Justice Faculty Fellows Program in 2012-2013. The Justice Faculty Fellows Program annually hosts two to three research seminars that seek to foster interdisciplinary and/or collaborative faculty scholarship to promote justice. Seminars are designed and led by distinguished Seattle University faculty scholars. Past topics/seminar directors include:

•  Community-Based Research, Academic Service-Learning, and the Duwamish River: Fostering Interdisciplinary Approached directed by Christina Roberts (Arts and Sciences);

•  Qualitative Research for Social Change directed by Jeanette Rodriguez (Arts and Sciences);

•  Complexities of Executing Social Justice Pedagogy directed by Pamela Taylor (Education);

•  The Heart of Higher Education: Inspiring Purpose & Meaning through Reflective Practices directed by Kellee Franklin (Albers);

•  Reparations directed by Margaret Chon (Law);

•  Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights directed by Ted Fortier (Arts and Sciences);

•  Taking Africa Seriously: In Three Steps directed by Femi Taiwo (Arts and Sciences);

•  Global Bioethics as an Instrument of Social Justice directed by Annette Clark (Law);

•  Family and Society directed by Jodi O'Brien (Arts and Sciences); and

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