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New York: Garland Publishing, People Power: The Philippine Revolution of Manila, Philippines: James B. Reuter, S. Foundation, The Nonviolent Alternative. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Faith and Violence. Nonviolence in America. Thich Nhat Hanh. My intention is to help create an environment where each of us can share our views and expand our understanding of the self and society within the classroom and beyond.

You will have numerous opportunities to learn about nonviolence and social change in this course. As you look through the course outline below, you will notice the major themes we will cover in the course materials. Beyond the main course themes, many tangents may arise that interest you. I invite you to explore these tangents e. I encourage you to develop the course in this way, design projects or presentations, share, and incorporate these other areas of nonviolent social change into our group learning. Otherwise, you may want to stick to the main course readings and be graded on your engagement with that material.

Either way, I encourage you to carve out sections of this course material and pursue it. As a class, we will maintain a common ground in the main course readings and attendance at our meetings will help us toward that end. My request for evaluating and grading your involvement in this course is based on my needs for fairness, clarity and integrity. I would like each of you to find a way to show me that you are engaging the course material in a way you most enjoy.

I will spend some time unpacking this request in our first few class meetings, but I am guessing some of you will want to demonstrate your engagement with the material with standard tests and papers.