Core faculty in the Peace and Justice Studies Specialization have expertise in the areas of anthropology, history, political science, philosophy, education, agriculture, environmental science, and law. Faculty are listed below in alphabetical order by last name.

Daniel P. Ahlquist – James Madison College

Laura Apol – Department of Teacher Education

Yael Aronoff – James Madison College

Howard Bossen – School of Journalism

Christina DeJong – School of Criminal Justice

Vincent Delgado – Residential College in the Arts and Humanities

Elizabeth Drexler – Department of Anthropology

Rita Kiki Edozie – James Madison College

Stephen L. Esquith – Residential College in the Arts and Humanities

Laura Fair – Department of History

Stephen Gasteyer – Department of Sociology

Jennifer Goett – James Madison College

Catherine Grosso – College of Law

Kenneth Harrow – Department of English

Najib Hourani – Department of Anthropology

Heather A. Howard (Bobiwash) – Department of Anthropology

Donna Kaplowitz – Residential College in the Arts and Humanities

Ann Larabee – Department of English

Peter Limb – Department of History

John Metzler – College of Education

Dylan A. T. Miner – Residential College in the Arts and Humanities

Liz Mittman – Linguistics and Languages

Edward Murphy – Department of History

Casey O’Donnell – Department of Media and Information

Marcy Hessling O’Neil – Department of Anthropology

Brian Pappas – College of Law

Matthew Pauly – Department of History

Jonathan Ritz – Writing Rhetoric and American Cultures

John P. (Jack) Smith – College of Education

Ronen Steinberg – Department of History

Veronique Theriault – Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics

Estrella Torrez – Residential College in the Arts and Humanities

Naoko Wake – Department of History and Lyman Briggs College

Kyle Powys Whyte – Department of Philosophy

Logan Williams – Lyman Briggs College