Fall 2002 Genocide Seminar Series


The Fall of Carthage, 146 B.C.

The Fall of Carthage, 146 B.C.

Genocide Through the Ages


September 19

Professor Richard Hovannisian 
University of California-Los Angeles
The 1915 Genocide in the Panorama of Armenian History
(1:30-3:30 PM)

September 26

Professor Claude Rawson 
Department of English, Yale University
God, Gulliver and Genocide: Barbarism and the EuropeanImagination, 1492-1945

October 3

Professor Timothy Snyder
Department of History, Yale University
The Variety of Mass Murder in Ukraine, 1648-1948

October 4

Professor Leona Toker
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
InterContextuality: Reading Gulag Literature with the Literature of the Holocaust
Co-sponsored by the Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies
(4 PM, 8th Floor, Bingham Hall)

October 6-8

20th Anniversary Conference of the Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocust Testimonies
The Contribution of Oral Testimony to Holocaust and Genocide Studies

October 10

Patricia Klindienst 
Writer-in-Residence, Sitka Center for Art and Ecology (2003)
‘The Seed Remembers’: Native American and Cambodian Genocide Survivors and their Gardens
Co-sponsored by the Council on Southeast Asia Studies at YCIAS

October 24

Professor Adam Morton
Department of Philosophy, University of Oklahoma
Bad Versus Evil
(1:30-3:30 PM)

October 31

Charles Mironko 
Watson Institute,Brown University
Igitero: Means and Motive in the Rwandan Genocide

November 14

Nayan Chanda
Yale Center for the Study of Globalization
Cambodia-Vietnam Relations and the Cambodian Genocide
Co-sponsored by the Council on Southeast Asia Studies at YCIAS

November 21

Aderito de Jesus Soares
Constituent Assembly of East Timor,
A Quarter Century of Indonesian Rule in East Timor, 1975-1999: Human Rights Issues
(1:30-3:30 PM)

December 5

Laura Saldivia 
University of Palermo School of Law, Argentina 
Putting the ‘Dirty War’ Generals on Trial: Moral, Legal and Political Dimensions