ON CIVILITY Restorative Reflections: Where has all the civility gone? A collection of poetry that takes us on a treasure hunt to restore the concept o
Old Stone Press
August 18, 2020
7.99 X 7.99 X 0.24 inches | 0.0 pounds
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About the Author
John-Robert Curtin, Ph.D. is a Senior Fellow and Executive Director of the 4Civility Institute, Louisville, Kentucky and 4Civility Institute, Limited, Dublin Ireland. He is also a faculty member at the University of Louisville and at Indiana University and teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in mediation, restorative justice, and alternative dispute resolution. He is the author of An Exploratory Study of Existing State Anti-Bullying Statutes, (2016), Lambert Academic Press and a contributing author to a two-volume set, Workplace Bullying and Mobbing ABC-CLIO, Inc., Santa Barbara, California, January 2018. 4Civility Institute provides mediation training, ombuds training, certifications, software reporting systems, restorative justice, and behavioral transition practice solutions to schools, businesses and organizations. He has extensive experience in alternative dispute resolution, restorative justice, education, training, and in anti-bullying efforts. He also is the founder of the Connected Learning Network, an education-based company, which has provided online services to over 120 schools, colleges, businesses and organizations worldwide. In that capacity, he has been a sub-contractor to 8 European Commission funded projects and numerous U.S. funded projects. Mr. Curtin is also known for his work in public television, as an Emmy award winning producer and station president. He has over 200 local, national and international programs to his credit. His Ph.D. is from University of Louisville in Alternative Dispute Resolution. His academic background also includes degrees in creative writing and oceanography. He describes himself as a serial social entrepreneur with an over-commitment addiction. John-Robert Curtin began writing as an undergraduate at Syracuse University and had the great good fortune to be in Syracuse University's poetry writing program and study with Donald Justice, Phillip Booth, and W.D. Snodgrass.
Ying Kit Chan has presented his art work in over 200 exhibitions in the United States as well as in Australia, Canada, Ecuador, Germany, Korea, Japan, England, Hong Kong, Poland, Taiwan, Italy, Switzerland and Portugal. He is presently a professor of art at the University of Louisville. Inspired by the Deep Ecology philosophy as well as Taoist and Buddhist ideologies, his work celebrates the richness and diversity of all life forms, and contemplates the interconnectivity and harmony of our universe.