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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 (1998-2012)

Fall 2012 seminar series

Video-Narratives in the Study of Genocide:
Filming Perpetrators, Victims, Survivors, Rescuers, and Witnesses

Unless otherwise noted, events are held on Thursdays from 1:30-3.20 p.m.,
in room B012, 77 Prospect St., New Haven

September 27

Geoffrey Hartman and Dori Laub
Launching the Fortunoff Video Archive
for Holocaust Testimonies in the 1980s

October 18

Leora Kahn
Video-Interviews with Rescuers in Cambodia and Bosnia

October 21, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
(Linsly-Chittenden Hall, Rm 102, 63 High St.;
co-sponsored by the Genocide Studies Program)

The Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust
Testimonies, Thirty Years at Yale:
Achievements and Challenges: 1982-2012

November 1

Filming Interviews with Cambodians
Gregory Stanton/Ben Kiernan
“Video-Interviewing Survivors and Witnesses in the 1980s
Socheata Poeuv, Khmer Legacies,
“Video-Interviews with Perpetrators in Cambodia, and with Survivors in the U.S.

November 8

Jan Philipp Reemstma, Director, Hamburg
Institute for Social Research
Trust and Violence

November 29

Taylor Krauss
Video-Interviews with Victims in Rwanda

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