University Press of America
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978-0-7618-6226-0 • Paperback • April 2014 • $39.99 • (£31.00)
978-0-7618-6348-9 • eBook • April 2014 • $38.00 • (£29.00)
Steven K. Smith grew up on Gould Farm, where his parents lived and worked. He later returned to the Farm and now sits on the Farm’s Board of Directors. He is an investigator with the Office of the Public Defender in Winchester, Virginia, where he is also a member of the local National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). He has written for Communities Magazine, Latin American Perspectives, and The Mennonite Quarterly Review.
Terry Beitzel, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Department of Justice Studies at James Madison University. He graduated from Harvard University and George Mason University. His teaching and research topics include issues and theories of justice, responsibility, and nonviolence. Beitzel is a member of the Justice Studies Association and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Gandhi Center at James Madison University. Recent publications include Living with Ambiguity, Risk and Responsibility; Building Peace in the Process of Restoring Justice; and From Passivism to Pacifism. Forthcoming books include The Other Side of Justice and Serving Justice.
1. A VISION: IN THE WORDS OF THE FOUNDER
2. A VISION REALIZED
3. WHAT IS GOULD FARM?
5. SOCIAL SERVICE
7. ASSOCIATES AND GUESTS
8. THE FUTURE
THE CONTENT AND CONTEXT OF JUSTICE
APPENDIX A: Gould Farm Officers and Directors 1936
APPENDIX B: Gould Farm Officers and Directors 1940s
APPENDIX C: Gould Farm Officers and Directors 1960s
APPENDIX D: Gould Farm Officers and Directors 1980s
This volume shows there are those who understand Gould Farm as a pioneer in the development and growth of a distinct ‘therapeutic’ perspective, thus almost totally reinterpreting the meaning of ‘therapeutic.’ As might be expected, a massive literature has been produced, each attempting to explain Gould Farm. Here, the reader is brought directly to many of the most important sources which can help form her/his conclusion as to what Gould Farm really [represents].
— Calvin W. Redekop, PhD