Category: Equitable Justice & International Peacebuilding
Experiential Learning in Peacebuilding: Preparation Is Essential
Phoebe Milliken, Director of HIU’s MA in International Peacebuilding, isn’t a fan of throwing her students into the deep end. Learn more about her preparation-focused experiential learning approach.
Key Elements of Experiential Learning: What It Is and How It Happens
Anywhere can be a classroom for experiential educators like HIU’s Director of MA in International Peacebuilding Phoebe Milliken, who once taught a class in a gas station. Learn more about her key elements for effective experiential learning programs.
Peacebuilding Practices: Part 3 – Understanding, Not Persuasion: Interfaith Dialogue for Contentious Topics
Welcome to Part Three of our series on peacebuilding practices at Hartford International University for Religion and Peace. Like the posts on Relational Space and Paraphrasing, this one begins with a friendship, and like those…
Peacebuilding Practices: Part 2 – Coffee Tables and Capital Punishment: Peacebuilding to Resolve Personal & Societal Conflicts
Welcome to Part Two of our series on peacebuilding practices at Hartford International University for Religion and Peace. Today, we’ll investigate Paraphrasing as an everyday skill for building understanding. This piece is co-authored by Phoebe…