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Dr. Howard Zehr, Professor of Restorative Justice and Co-Director of the Conflict Transformation Program

Center for Justice and Peacebuilding
Eastern Mennonite University - Graduate Program in Conflict Transformation
 

MS122
1200 Park Road
Harrisonburg, VA, 22802-2462

Phone: (540) 432-4492
Email: howard.zehr@emu.edu

Publications

Towes, Barb, Zehr, Howard, Critical Issues in Restorative Justice, Criminal Justice Press, (2004).

Sawatsky, Jarem, Zehr, Howard, Justpeace Ethics: A Guide to Restorative Justice and Peacebuilding, Cascade Books , (2009).

Towes, Barb, Zehr, Howard, Critical Issues in Restorative Justice, Criminal Justice Press, (2004).

Zehr, Howard, Doing Life: Reflections of Men and Women Serving Life Sentences, Good Books, (1996).

Zehr, Howard, Transcending: Reflections of Crime Victims, Good Books, (2001).

Zehr, Howard, The Little Book of Restorative Justice, Good Books, (2002).

Zehr, Howard, Changing Lenses: A New Focus for Crime and Justice, Herald Press, (1990).

Mika, Harry, Achilles, Mary, Halbert, Ellen, Amstutz, Lorraine, Zehr, Howard, Listening to victims- A critique of restorative justice policy and practice in the United States, Federal Probation , 68, 32-38, (2004).

Zehr, Howard, New Directions in Restorative Justice, Willan Publishing, (2005).

Zehr, Howard, Changing Lenses: A New Focus for Crime and Justice, Herald Press, (2005).

Zehr, Howard, Towes, Barb, Restorative Justice in Context, Willan Publishing, (2003).

Zehr, Howard, Defense-Initiated Victim Outreach: Goals and Principles of Practice, The Circle of Peers of the Georgia Council for Restorative Justice, (2006).

MacRae, Allan, Zehr, Howard, The Little Book of Family Group Conferences: New Zealand Style, A Hopeful Approach When Youth Cause Harm, Good Books, (2004).

Zehr, Howard, Changing Lenses: A New Focus for Crime and Justice, Herald Press, (2nd ed, 1995).

Zehr, Howard, Evaluation and restorative justice principles, , 296-303, (2005).

Zehr, Howard, Signpost and markers on a circuitous road: Standards and value in restorative justice, , (2006).

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