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Genocide and Terrorism: Probing the Mind of the Perpetrator

 

Fall 2003 Genocide Studies Program seminar series

Unless otherwise noted, seminars are held Thursdays, 2:30 - 4:20 PM,
ISPS conference room,

77 Prospect St., cnr. Trumbull St., New Haven
NOTE NOVEMBER 20 SEMINAR IS SCHEDULED 2:30 TO 4:20

 

 

 

September 18

Philip Pomper, History, Wesleyan University
From Russian Revolutionary Terrorism to Soviet State Terror

September 25

Omer Bartov, History, Brown University
Nazi State Terror and Contemporary Global Terrorism: Continuity and Differences

October 2

Rona Fields, Psychologist, Washington D.C.
Terrorismand Martyrdom: The Psychology of Commitment

October 9

Ruth Stein, Psychoanalyst IPTAR, New York City
Evil as Love and Liberation: The Mind of a Religious Terrorist

October 16

Sue Grand, NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis, New York City
Genocide and the Bestial Gesture of Survival

October 23

Wendy Lower, Director, Scholar’s Program, U.S. Holocaust Memorial, Washington D.C.
German Colonialism and Genocide in Africa and Ukraine: A Comparative View From Below

October 30

Afaf Mahfouz, The Washington Psychoanalytic Society
Terrorism Under Anwar Al-Sadat: A Case Study

November 6

Henry Munson, Anthropology, Main University
The Rage of Osama Bin Laden

November 13

Catherinine McNicol Stock, History and American Studies, Connecticut College
Run, Rudolph, Run! -- The Rural Roots of Domestic Terrorism in the U.S.

November 20

Carol Gluck, History Columbia University and
(Time-2:30-4:20) Joachim Bergstrom, History, Tokyo University
The Nanking Massacre: Japanese Perpetrators in WWII

December 6

Jan Gross, Politics New York University
Blinded by Social Distance--the inability to produce a record of killings between Neighbors

THE YALE CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL AND AREA STUDIES
A Genocide Studies Program Seminar Series funded by the
The Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Fund

Genocide Studies Program
Professor Ben Kiernan, Director
Dr. Dori Laub, Deputy Director (Trauma Studies)


 
 
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