Each year the Center for Peacemaking invites an internationally recognized nonviolent theorist/activist to stay for one week as Marquette University's Peacemaker in Residence. The Peacemaker in Residence gives a presentation open to the University and to the wider community, and visits Marquette University classes, student groups, co-curricular organizations, and university programs. 

In these interactions, the Peacemaker in Residence shares his/her theory of nonviolence and personal stories of involvement in the struggle for peace and justice.

Past Peacemakers in Residence

  • Libby Hoffman (2012-13)
  • Sara Terry (2011-12)
  • Jim Douglass (2010-11)
  • Nomfundo Walaza (2009-10)
  • Christopher Ahrends (2008-09)
  • Kathy Kelly (2007-08)

More information on our past Peacemakers in Residence is available in the archive