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  • Lois Edmund | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    First Year International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Frequently Asked Questions Arrange a Campus Visit Employment Opportunities Student Service s Academic Advising Student Community Relations Student Events Conference Workshop Bursaries Student Association Volunteer Opportunities Community Support Resources Academic Resources Alumni Graduate Programs Graduate Programs International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Professional Development Alumni Events Career Opportunities Currents Magazine Alumni Giving Give to MSC Faculty Lois Edmund Associate Professor of Conflict

    Original URL path: http://mscollege.ca/about.php?s=faculty&id=518 (2015-04-05)
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  • Neil Funk-Unrau | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    USA in 1983 and then worked for over a decade with Canadian indigenous communities before returning to the USA to study at Syracuse University Syracuse New York where he obtained a Ph D in Social Science in 2001 Neil currently serves as Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution Studies at Menno Simons College Neil has worked for MSC since 2000 teaching courses on conflict resolution and restorative justice as well as serving in various administrative roles such as the Program Coordinator for Conflict Resolution Studies 2006 2012 and acting Dean of MSC May to June 2013 Research interests include use and misuse of public apology processes the legacy of Canadian indigenous residential and day school abuses and the history of indigenous Mennonite relations in Canada In addition to teaching and research Neil also serves as a founding Board member of the newly established Canadian Restorative Justice Consortium Neil and Genny Funk Unrau are members of Charleswood Mennonite Church and parents of two adult daughters Besides the inevitable suburban yardwork and minor home repair Neil s leisure activities include curling in winter some golf and occasional biking in summer and a wide range of reading any time of year Areas of Teaching conflict resolution restorative justice conflict theory culture and conflict Education Ph D Syracuse University 2001 M A Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries 1983 B Sc Hon University of Manitoba 1976 Work in Detail Teaching Courses taught include the following Downtown Campus CRS 1200 Introduction to Conflict Resolution Studies CRS 2210 Conflict Theory and Analysis CRS 2221 Restorative Justice CRS 2241 Conflict and Culture CRS 2281 Special Topics in CRS Globus Social Justice Institute CRS 3220 Models of Conflict Transformation CRS 3262 Critical Issues in CRS Identity Based Conflict CRS 3243 Transforming Identity Conflict CRS 4200 Senior Seminar in Conflict Resolution Studies

    Original URL path: http://mscollege.ca/about.php?s=faculty&id=496 (2015-04-05)
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  • Kirit Patel | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    First Year International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Frequently Asked Questions Arrange a Campus Visit Employment Opportunities Student Service s Academic Advising Student Community Relations Student Events Conference Workshop Bursaries Student Association Volunteer Opportunities Community Support Resources Academic Resources Alumni Graduate Programs Graduate Programs International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Professional Development Alumni Events Career Opportunities Currents Magazine Alumni Giving Give to MSC Faculty Kirit Patel Assistant Professor of International

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  • Paul Redekop | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    Association Volunteer Opportunities Community Support Resources Academic Resources Alumni Graduate Programs Graduate Programs International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Professional Development Alumni Events Career Opportunities Currents Magazine Alumni Giving Give to MSC Faculty Paul Redekop Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution Studies Conflict Resolution Studies p redekop uwinnipeg ca 204 953 3858 MS228 Paul has been a long standing member of the Conflict Resolution Studies program at Menno Simons College He was involved in the development of many of the courses that now form the core curriculum of the CRS program including Conflict Theory Models for Conflict Transformation Culture and Conflict Conflict and Communication Ethics in Conflict Resolution Restorative Justice and others In terms of research and writing Paul has been a passionate advocate of restorative justice over the years His involvement with restorative justice began in the 1980 s with his work as a volunteer with and then director of the then fledgling Mediation Services victim offender mediation program in Winnipeg He has written numerous articles as well as a book on the subject His current passion involves the application of the knowledge and skills of conflict resolution studies to the resolution and transformation of inner conflict Paul has also played an active role in the administration of the College having served for six years as Coordinator of the CRS program and four years as Dean of Menno Simons College He also served for many years on the Board of Directors of the Concordia Hospital in Winnipeg and on the Church Council of the First Mennonite Church in Winnipeg where he has been a member for many years Paul is married to Sheilah and they have two children Laura and Brian both living in Santiago Chile and two grandchildren Areas of Teaching Conflict Resolution Studies Education B A Sociology University

    Original URL path: http://mscollege.ca/about.php?s=faculty&id=519 (2015-04-05)
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  • Ruth Rempel | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    Graduate Programs Graduate Programs International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Professional Development Alumni Events Career Opportunities Currents Magazine Alumni Giving Give to MSC Faculty Ruth Rempel Associate Professor of International Development Studies International Development Studies r rempel uwinnipeg ca 204 953 3851 2MS30 Ruth Rempel joined the IDS program in 2000 She teaches courses in African development disaster response and the history of development She enjoys working with students in the introductory course and fourth year students doing the senior seminar and honours courses Ruth has a PhD in Modern African History from the University of Toronto where she also studied world history economic development and comparative literature The history of development is her academic passion and the focus of her research She is working on a history of development in Africa since 1970 and starting to research the way development ideas and practices evolve in networks Blending practical experience with study and reflection is important for people who work in development Ruth believes Her own field experience was mostly in East Africa including three years teaching at a Teacher Training College for women in rural Uganda She also spent a decade advocating for better solutions to the international debt

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  • Karen Ridd | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    a conflict resolution practitioner In the 1980s Karen worked as a human rights volunteer in war zones in Central America with Peace Brigades International Her work there was recognized with the 1992 Governor General s Award Government of Canada 125th Anniversary of Canadian Confederation Medal the 1990 Canada YM YWCA Canada Peace Medal and the 1989 Manitoba International Human Rights Achievement Award Karen is also an associate of Training for Change Philadelphia and Mediation Services Winnipeg Karen has worked extensively with communities in international settings including El Salvador Guatemala Cambodia Thailand First Nations Territories the United States and Colombia More recently Karen has been in demand Dawson College Montreal Queen s College City University of New York as a consultant on the effective use of participatory education in the University classroom Karen s passions include her family husband Gord sons Daniel and Ben theatre producing directing and acting and social justice Areas of Teaching Introduction to Conflict Resolution Studies Nonviolent Action for Social Change History and Strategies of Effective Nonviolence Conflict Theory and Analysis Conflict and Culture Education MA Peace and Justice Studies Work in Detail Teaching Introduction to Conflict Resolution Studies Peace and Conflict Transformation Interpersonal and Communal Contexts Peace and Conflict Transformation Global Contexts Conflict and Culture Conflict Theory and Analysis History and Strategies of Effective Nonviolence Nonviolent Action for Social Change Voluntary Simplicity Research Resistance Peace Magazine Nov Dec 1991 http peacemagazine org archive v07n6p18 htm The Role of Protective Accompaniment in Creating Zones of Peace Co authored with Craig Kaufmann Peace Review 9 2 215 220 1997 And Some Have Greatness Thrust Upon Them Shakespeare Through an Unschooling Lens Life Learning Magazine http www lifelearningmagazine com 1004 Shakespeare through an unschooling lens htm It Takes a Community to Help Children Learn Creating a Community Learning Centre

    Original URL path: http://mscollege.ca/about.php?s=faculty&id=503 (2015-04-05)
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  • Jonathan M. Sears | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    Conflict Resolution Studies IDS CMU Shaftesbury Campus Global Politics Comparative Politics of Development Africa Gender and Politics Social and Political Philosophy Outtatown Discipleship School French Africa program pre departure classes on history geography and culture in Francophone West Africa Research 2015 June In Press co Authored with Bruno Charbonneau Defending Neoliberal Mali French Military Intervention and the Management of Contested Political Narratives In Where Has All the Peace Gone The Politics of International Intervention Eds Florian Kuhn and Mandy Turner New York Routledge 2014 co Authored with Bruno Charbonneau Faire la guerre pour un Mali démocratique l intervention militaire française et la gestion des possibilités politiques contestées Revue canadienne de science politique vol 47 no 3 http dx doi org 10 1017 S0008423914000924 2014 co Authored with Bruno Charbonneau Fighting for Liberal Peace in Mali The Limits of International Military Intervention Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding Vol 8 Issue 2 3 double issue http www tandfonline com doi full 10 1080 17502977 2014 930221 2013 Seeking sustainable legitimacy Existential challenges for Mali International Journal Canada s Journal of Global Policy Analysis 68 3 444 453 http ijx sagepub com content 68 3 444 full pdf html Peacebuilding between Canadian Values and Local Knowledge Some Lessons from Timbuktu In Charbonneau B and Cox W eds Locating Global Order American Power and Canadian Security After 9 11 Vancouver University of British Columbia UBC Press 2010 Book review Brainard L and Chollet D eds Too Poor for Peace Global Poverty Conflict and Security in the 21st Century Washington DC USA Brookings Institution Press 2007 In Peace Research Journal Vol 40 No 1 2008 Book review Enough Why the world s poorest starve in an age of plenty by Roger Thurow and Scott Kilman Philadelphia PA PerseusBooks 2009 In African Affairs Volume 110 Issue

    Original URL path: http://mscollege.ca/about.php?s=faculty&id=493 (2015-04-05)
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  • Anna Snyder | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    snyder uwinnipeg ca 204 953 3860 2MS35 Dr Anna Snyder is associate professor in conflict resolution studies A peace educator she has taught peace and conflict studies to over 1 500 undergraduate M A and Ph D students including students in exile on the Thai Burmese border With an inter campus team she developed the Joint MA in Peace and Conflict Studies at University of Winnipeg University of Manitoba A peace scholar she has conducted research in China Thailand Myanmar Senegal Europe the US and Canada Her work in her 2011 co edited volume Critical Issues of Gender in Conflict Resolution Peacebuilding and Social Movements focuses on the peacebuilding capacity of refugee women s organizations in Burma Myanmar Tibet and Sudan her interest came out of her 2007 research trip to camps for exiles from Burma on the Thai Burmese border funded by IDRC Her research and publications build on her expertise in women s peace organizations Dr Snyder s book Setting the Agenda for Global Peace Conflict and Consensus Building looks at transnational women s peace networks at the 1995 4th UN World Conference on Women She is currently finishing a pilot project with Karen and Chin refugees from Burma resettled in Winnipeg A peace practitioner she trained political parties in conflict resolution in Yangon Myanmar on behalf of the Council for Democracy for Burma in 2013 At the invitation of the Interfaith Committee she organized reconciliation events at Canada s first Truth and Reconciliation Commission TRC in 2010 in Manitoba Her years of practice in Aboriginal non Aboriginal reconciliation resulted in a co authored chapter in the Aboriginal Healing Foundation s book From Truth to Reconciliation 2008 launched at the TRC Currently Dr Snyder is co convenor of the International Peace Research Association s Gender and Peace Commission

    Original URL path: http://mscollege.ca/about.php?s=faculty&id=520 (2015-04-05)
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