Educating for Justice: Liberal Education and the Development of Just Members of Society
The Third Annual Conversation on the Liberal Arts
Janurary 31 - February 1, 2003
Conversation Papers: (Requires Adobe Acrobat)
Is developing just members of society the job of higher education?
- Educating for Justice and the Liberal Arts Tradition
Richard T. Hughes, Pepperdine University
- The Value of Values and Justice
Irena S.M. Makarushka, Ph.D., Association of American Colleges and Universities
- "Of Our Spiritual Strivings" Faith, Justice and the Teaching of the Humanities
Randal Jelks, Calvin College
Can we educate for justice in a pluralistic society?
- Doing Justice through—and to—the Liberal Arts
Walter Reed, Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts, Emory University
- Can We Educate for Justice in a Pluralistic Society?
Shirley Mullen, Westmont College
- Education and Public Life: An Inquiry
Rita Pougiales, The Evergreen State College
How does liberal education accomplish the development of just members of society?
- Justice and the Liberal Arts at Eastern Mennonite University
Beryl Brubaker, Eastern Mennonite University
- Students, Civic Engagment and Justice: Does Our Teaching Reinforce Apathy and Cynicism?
William Ascher, Claremont McKenna College
- Educating for Justice
James Slevin, Georgetown University
Education for what?
- A Framework for the Liberal Arts
Stan Gaede, Westmont College