Spring 2007 Genocide Studies Seminars





New Directions 
in Genocide Research (II)

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

January 25

Nicholas Robins, Duke University, author of Genocide and Millennialism in Upper Peru: The Great Rebellion of 1780-1782
“Native Insurgencies and the Genocidal Impulse in the Americas”

February 1

Adam Jones, Yale University, author of Genocide: A Comprehensive Introduction
“Genocide and Structural Violence:
Charting the Terrain”

February 8

Joyce Apsel, New York University, co-author of Teaching About Genocide: A Guidebook for College and University Teachers
“Popular Culture and the Politics of Education and Denial:
Challenges of Introducing Comparative Genocide and Human Rights in Today’s Classroom”

February 15

Frank Chalk, Concordia University, co-author of The History and Sociology of Genocide
“Divided Signals:
Fathoming Intentions for Darfur from Sudanese Government Domestic and Foreign Radio Broadcasts”

February 22

Henry Huttenbach, City College/CUNY, co-editor of Journal of Genocide Research
“Methodology of Genocide Prevention:
Critique of a Syllabus”

March 1

Ed Paulino, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
“From State-Sponsored Mass Murder to Racial Pogroms:
Examining the 20th Century Roots of Contemporary Anti-Haitianism in the Dominican Republic”

March 8

Jens Meierheinrich, Harvard University
“From Itsembabwoko to Jenoside:
Genocide in Translation”