Spring 2023 Events
February 13: Anti-Roma Hate Speech on Social Media Platforms, Pavlina Pavlova (CyberPeace Institute, Vienna, Austria)
Virutal lecture and discussion, 12 noon.
March 2 POSTPONED to April 17: The Politics of Genocide, Jeff Bachman (American University)
March 3: “Being Creative in the Aftermath of Genocide: Rwanda Artists Reflect on Collaborative Practices of Memory, Tradition, and Invention across Genres”
featuring Michael Baseme Ishimwe, Innocent Nkurunziza, and Malaika Uwamahoro
3 pm - 5 pm, 10 Sachem, room 105
(Organized through the Department of Anthropology in conjunction with the Rwanda@30 symposium.)
March 8: Russia, Ukraine, and the Laws of War.
Alona Verbytska, human rights advisor to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy
noon, GM Room, Horchow Hall, Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs (55 Hillhouse Ave.)
April 3: Women and Transitional Justice in Timor-Leste.
Noemi Perez Vasquez (UNHCHR)
Virtual lecture and discussion, 12 noon
April 17 (Rescheduled from March 2): The Politics of Genocide
Jeff Bachman (American University)
In-person lecture and discussion, 12 noon. Luce 203.
April 27: MADE Information session
Open House for Yale students interested in learning about the Mass Atrocities in the Digital Era initiative
5:30-6:30, WLH 112.
May 2: ”Ukraine Testifies” – Two short documentaries and a Q&A/discussion with The Reckoning Project executive director Janine di Giovanni
4:30, GM room at Horchow Hall (55 Hillhouse Ave.).
Fall 2022 Events
September 28: The Digitization of Genocide Memory: Consequences and Contestation
Virtual lecture and discussion with David Simon, 12:00pm EDT
The event is organized by the KHC at Queensborough Community College
and is co-sponsored by the Sam & Frances Fried Holocaust and Genocide Academy at the University of Nebraska at Omaha; the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust and Humanity Center; the Ray Wolpow Institute at Western Washington University; the Gross Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Ramapo College; the Wagner College Holocaust Center; and the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights at Rutgers University.
October 21: Museums and Mass Violence: Perils and Potential
Luce 203, 8:30AM-5:45PM