Holistic Restorative Justice in Multiracial Societies: Notes Being Taken in U.S., Brazil, Rwanda, and South Africa


Holistic Restorative Justice in Multiracial Societies: Notes Being Taken in U.S., Brazil, Rwanda, and South Africa

Application Deadline: Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Location: Hart Hall 3201

Prof. John H. Stanfield, II will discuss his new book-in-progress which attempts to go beyond conventional postmodern and postcolonial critical race studies theorizing by introducing a holistic sense of restorative justice processing in daily life and alternative public policies in multiracial societies. He examines how and why people become interculturally open to values, identities, and public justice commitments in otherwise culturally exclusive and intensely racially prejudiced societal environments. He examines how holistic restorative justice processes are being explored and theorized in the U.S., Brazil, Rwanda, and South Africa.

This event is sponsored by Asian American Cultural Politics Research Group with the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. School of Law, Dept. of Asian American Studies, Dept. of Chicano Studies, Dept. of Native American Studies, African and African American Studies Program, American Studies Program, Women and Gender Studies Program, Dept. of History, Dept. of Sociology, and the Office of Campus Community Relations at UCD.

For more information please contact: Prof. Wendy Ho, waho@ucdavis.edu

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