Sunday, November 27, 2011

Hal Pepinsky 2008- Weighing and Responding to Evidence of Abuse

Hal Pepinsky 2008

2008 SMART Conference Presentation
Hal Pepinsky - Since the fall of 1993, Hal has as far as he knows been the only university professor to bring more than one ra/mc survivor to his classes. Hal has taught criminal justice for 37 years. Surviving ritual abuse and mind control has become a foundation for his larger thinking on what he calls "peacemaking," establishing safe relations in the face of violence. His topic is: "Weighing and Responding to Evidence of Abuse."

Transcript of 1999 SMART Conference Presentation- "How I Bring the Voices of Survivors of Ritual Violence and Mind Control Experimentation Into the Classroom."

Hal Pepinsky, Ph.D., J.D.
Professor of Criminal Justice at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, Hal is the author of many books, including "The Geometry of Violence and Democracy" (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1991) and "A Criminologist's Quest for Peace" (2000). He is co-editor with Richard Quinney of "Criminology as Peacemaking."
Hal's special areas of concern are: criminology and criminal justice, peacemaking, violence against children, and healing processes.