"Oriental Lullaby," in the pro-Japanese magazine Manchuria, July 1938.
Modern Genocide and Contemporary Challenges
Fall 2007 Genocide Studies Seminars
Thursdays 1.30-3.20 p.m.,
ISPS conference room B012
77 Prospect St., New Haven
Open to the public
In Memoriam: Eric Markusen
|September 27||Jacques Semelin, CNRS, Paris, author, Purify and Destroy
"Understanding Massacre? Exploring the Genocidal Process in the Holocaust, Rwanda, and Bosnia"
(N.B. Wed. noon,
Rm. 203 Luce Hall)
|Socheata Poeuv, Executive Director,
"What Does it Take to Heal? Finding
Love, Joy and Pardon after the
(sponsored by the Council on Southeast Asia Studies)
|October 11||Mette Bastholm Jensen, author, Solidarity in Action
"Rescue Efforts in Nazi-occupied Denmark and the Netherlands: A Comparison"
|October 18||Prof. Lyndall Ryan, History, University of Newcastle, Australia, author, The Aboriginal Tasmanians
"Colonization, Modernity, and Massacre in 19th Century Tasmania"
|October 25||Gregory Stanton, President, International Association of Genocide Scholars,
Farmer Professor of Human Rights, University of Mary Washington
"Practicing Genocide Prevention: Law, Scholarship, and Activism"
|November 15||Andrew McWilliam, Anthropology, Australian National University
"East Timor after the Indonesian Occupation: Traditional Healing and Medical Pluralism"
GSP Visiting Fellows, fall 2007:
Prof. Lyndall Ryan, University of Newcastle, Australia
Serena Giordano, State University of Milan, Italy