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Life After Genocide

 

Spring 2002
Genocide Seminar Series

Unless otherwise noted, lectures take place in conference room, 77 Prospect Street, corner of Trumbull Street, New Haven, Connecticut, Thursdays from 2:30-4.20 p.m.

 

 

 

 

January 17

Professor Margaret Anderson, University of California-Berkeley
The Armenian Genocide: A German Story

January 24

Professor Michael Mahoney, History Department, Yale University
Genocide and the Creation of the Zulu Kingdom in
19th Century South Africa

February 7

Jonathan Padwe, Environmental Studies, Yale University
Interpretations of Genocide in Stroessner's Paraguay:
Ache Hunter-G
atherers Yesterday and Today

February 14

Miranda Sissons, Human Rights Watch
Researching East Timor under Indonesian Rule

February 28

Samantha Power, Harvard University
American Bystanders to Genocide: How the United States
Turned Awa
y from the Worse Massacres of the Twentieth Century

March 7

Beth Lilach, Clark University, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
In the Aftermath of the Holocaust: Implications of Gender and Age in Displaced Persons Camps in the American Zone of Occupied Germany, 1945-1957

March 28

Susan E. Cook, Brown University
The Politics of Preservation: Genocide Memorials in Cambodica and Rwanda

April 4
(1:30 PM)

Peter Balakian, author, Black Dog of Fate
The Transmission of Trauma Across Generations: Writing A Memoir About Growing up in the Suburbs and the Armenian Genocide
April 11

Dori Laub, Genocide Studies Program
Probing the Limits of Testimony: Recovering the Memory of Holocaust Survivors Hospitalized for Life in Israel


The Yale Center for International and Area Studies

A Genocide Studies Program Seminar Series funded by the Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Fund

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

Program Fellows, 2001-2002
Professor Henry Huttenbach, City University of New York
Deborah Harris, University of Melbourne

 


 
 
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