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Rwandan rescuers

In Rwanda in 1994, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Habineza successfully hid a family
for months in a house Joseph built and camouflaged.
Photo by Riccardo Gangale, courtesy Leora Kahn.

Genocide Studies Program (1998-2008)

Genocide, Resistance and Rescue

Fall 2008 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: Stephen Feinstein

October 9

Dr. A. Dirk Moses, Department of History, University of Sydney

Editor, Empire, Colony, Genocide (New York, 2008)
The East Pakistan Secession, Genocide, and the UN, 1971-1973

Commentator: Lawrence Lifschultz, former South Asia correspondent, Far Eastern Economic Review, and author of Bangladesh: The Unfinished Revolution

October 23

Dr. Salim Simba, Department of Political Science & Public Administration, Makerere University, Kampala
Violence in Uganda and Rwanda since Idi Amin

October 30

Prof. Charles Walton, History Department, Yale
Are Revolutions Genocidal ? The Case of the French

November 13

Prof. Ali Ahmida, Political Science, University of New England,
An Italian Genocide in Colonial Libya, 1929-34

November 20

Julius Landwirth, MD, JD, Associate Director, Center for Bioethics,
Studying the Rescuers of Genocide Victims

Commentator: Prof. Kai Erikson, Sociology, author of Everything in its Path

GSP Visiting Fellow, 2008-09:
Socheata Poeuv, Director, Khmer Legacies

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