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Restorative justice in higher education

March 21, 2010

So why blog about this event here? Well, the field of restorative
justice, and its “grandfather,” Howard Zehr (heavily involved in this
event today, and the subsequent training), are a big part of why my
family ended up moving to Virginia from our happy life in Iowa. So in
the title of this blog, “Restorative Theology,” there is a nod of
respect and honor aimed at the field, and Howard’s continuing mentoring
influence on me, as I explore the intersections of theology and
peacebuilding (within which restorative justice is included here at the

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