Fall 2006 Genocide Studies Seminars






New Directions 
in Genocide Research

Thursdays 1.30-3.20 p.m.,
ISPS conference room B012, 77 Prospect St., 
New Haven

October 5

Prof. Ben Lieberman, Fitchburg State College, author ofTerrible Fate: Ethnic Cleansing in the Making of Modern Europe
“States, Nationalist Narratives, and the Ethnic Cleansing of Modern Europe”

October 12

Patricia Klindienst, Independent Researcher
“Ethnic Cleansing and the Making of Gardens:
17th Century Colonial America, Fascist Italy, and Nazi Germany”

October 19

Prof. Victoria Sanford, City University of New York, author ofBuried Secrets: Truth and Human Rights in Guatemala
“Justice After Genocide?
Impunity and Human Rights in 21st Century Guatemala”

October 26

Russell Schimmer, Yale University
“Tracking Evidence of Genocide through Environmental Change:
The Uses of Remote Sensing”

November 2

Thea Halo, Independent Researcher, author of Not Even My Name: A True Story
“The Exclusivity of Suffering:
When Tribal Concerns Take Precedence Over Historical Accuracy”

November 9

NOTE: Two seminars today!

Prof. R. Charli Carpenter, University of Pittsburgh, author of‘Innocent Women and Children’: Gender, Norms and the Protection of Civilians
“Theorizing Issue Emergence in Transnational Networks: The Curious Case of Children Born of Genocidal Rape”

Special seminar presentation at 6:30 p.m. in Luce Hall, 34 Hillhouse Ave., Rm. 202:
Prof. Motoo Noguchi, UNAFEI, International Judge of the Supreme Court Chamber of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, 2006-07 GSP Visiting Fellow
“Khmer Rouge Trials: Justice, Now or Never”

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