Courses and Curricula on Catholic Peacebuilding
Faculty have been generous in granting permission to list their syllabi:
Nonviolence in Theory and Practice taught at Georgetown University by Dr. Eli Sasaran McCarthy
Poltics and Christianity taught at Mount Aloysius College by Dr. Kenneth Diable
Christian Ethics and Social Issues taught at Boston College by Fr. David Hollenbach
Social Ethics taught at University of St. Thomas by Gerald W. Schlabach
Justice and Human Rights taught at Mount Aloysius College by Dr. Kenneth Diable
Humanitarian Crises and Refugees (that covers Christian responses) taught at Boston College by Fr. David Hollenbach
Christian Moral Theology taught at Mount Aloysius College by Dr. Kenneth Diable
Catholic Social Thought taught at Regis College by Drs. Byron Plumley and Thomas Leininger
Catholic Peacebuilding taught at the University of Notre Dame by Dr. Dan Philpott
On the more general but intimately related topic of Catholic social teaching, the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities has created a sample syllabi webpage. In addition, the Wabash Center has created an internet guide on religion which offers syllabi, electronic texts, electronic journals, web sites, bibliographies, liturgies, reference resources, software, etc.
If you have a syllabus of a course related to Catholic peacebuilding, please send it to Kristi Haas at email@example.com.