peace studies

Taproot: Engaging Head, Heart and Hands in Community

On that day, April 18, 2017, Dr. Kritee Kritee, Environmental Defense Fund Senior Scientist and Zen teacher, and Dr. Sudarshan Kapur, author of Raising Up a Prophet: The African-American Encounter with Gandhi and founder of Naropa’s Peace Studies program, joined our three-hour class for a cross-cultural, intergenerational dialogue focused on the life and legacy of Gandhi.

Restorative Justice at Naropa and Beyond

Madison Spialek, a senior from Denver, and her friends in PAX 335 (“Socially Engaged Spirituality”) have participated in a series of community-based restorative justice classes this semester.

Hear Our Voices

Hearing about Kendall and Martine’s experiences, I wondered, “Where were other Naropa Peace Studies alums on January 21?”

Making Learning Visible Through ePortfolios

by Candace Walworth, Peace Studies Professor Electronic portfolios, or ePortfolios, are similar to personalized, customized websites. Think in terms of a studio-style learning space or a digital “commons” that can

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