Anspach Hall 142
phone: (989) 774-2654
- Ph.D., Michigan State University, 1981
- M.A., Michigan State University, 1975
- B.A., Michigan State University, 1974
Areas of Teaching expertise
- Alternative dispute resolution
- Victims and violence
- Juvenile delinquency and youth welfare
- Community-based justice
- Community development and regeneration
- Reconstructing Justice: Criminology, Human Rights and Transition from Conflict (with Kieran McEvoy and Kirsten McConnachie). London: Cambridge University Press (forthcoming, 2007).
- Listening to Victims: A Critique of Restorative Justice Policy and Practice in the United States (with Mary Achilles, Ellen Halbert, Lorraine Stutzman Amstutz, and Howard Zehr). Federal Probation , Volume 68, Number 1 (June 2004).
- A Restorative Framework for Community Justice Practice (with Howard Zehr), in Kieran McEvoy and Tim Newburn (eds.), Criminology, Conflict Resolution and Restorative Justice . London: Palgrave (2003).
- Evaluation as Peacebuilding? Transformative Values, Processes, and Outcomes, Contemporary Justice Review , Volume 5, Number 4 (2002).
- How Can I Evaluate My Work?, in John Paul Lederach and Janice Moomaw Jenner (eds.), Handbook on International Peacebuilding: Into the Eye of the Storm . San Francisco: Jossey-Bass (2002).
- Republican Hegemony or Community Ownership? Community Restorative Justice in Northern Ireland (with Kieran McEvoy) in Dermot McFeenan (ed.), Case Studies in Informal Justice . London: Ashgate (2002).
- Guest Editor (with Kieran McEvoy and Barbara Hudson), "Practice, Performance and Prospects for Restorative Justice," special issue of The British Journal of Criminology , Volume 42, Number 3, (2002).
- Restorative Justice and the Critique of Informalism in Northern Ireland (with Kieran McEvoy), The British Journal of Criminology , Volume 42, Number 3, (2002).
- Taking Victims and Their Advocate Seriously: A Listening Project (with Mary Achilles, Ellen Halbert, Lorraine Stutzman Amstutz, and Howard Zehr). Akron, PA: Mennonite Central Committee U.S. (2002).
- Conflict, Crime Control, and the 're'-Construction of State-Community Relations in Northern Ireland (with Kieran McEvoy and Brian Gormally), in Gordon Hughes, Eugene McLaughlin, and John Muncie (eds.), Crime, Prevention and Community Safety: New Directions . London: Sage (2002).
Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work