Voices of Justice LLC
The Voices of Justice Living and Learning Community invites you to take an active stance in your own learning, your own engagement in American culture, and in the politics of everyday life.
Our first-year immersion experience takes a lively, hands‑on approach to engaged learning by:
- combining history, political science, religious studies, critical thinking, and research addressing local and global problems
- meeting and interacting with scholars, activists, community organizers, and experts from local regional advocacy groups
- modeling effective oral and written communication skills that encourage individuals with diverse opinions to engage in democratic, meaningful, and transformative dialogue
- seeking out multiple answers to the thought-provoking questions, such as:
- What is American Studies?
- What is public policy?
- What is "responsible citizenship?
- promoting human rights and dignity through community-based collaboration
Our faculty team is committed to putting our beliefs into practice, and our wide-ranging backgrounds and experiences will offer you unique opportunities to explore issues of:
- personal belief
- historical social movements
- effective modes of contemporary action
- long-standing religious traditions that empower social justice
- means to evaluate effective civic engagement
For more information, contact Richie Gebauer at 610.902.8592 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Nancy Watterson, PhD, Associate Professor, Social Justice
- Nicholas Rademacher, PhD, Associate Professor, Religious Studies
- Darryl Mace, PhD, Associate Professor, History/Political Science
- Peter Carswell, Student Fellow, REL 111
- NiJaya Douglass, Student Fellow, ECG 100
- Gabriella Ayala, Student Fellow, In Residence/AST203/AST 205
Fall Semester Courses:
- COL 101 - College Success Seminar
- ECG 100 - Engagements with the Common Good: Words in Action
- REL 111 - Faith and Justice
Spring Semester Courses:
- AST 203- Conflict and Community
- AST 205 - History of Art and Protest