Three Rethinking Peace Studies seminars will be held in 2014 and 2015. The seminars will each convene 15 participants with diverse academic and geographic backgrounds. The seminars will each revolve around a theme. The themes are transdisciplinary, and are intended to allow seminar participants to approach Peace Studies from a diversity of perspectives. The first seminar will focus on the theme translation, the second memory, and the third dialogue.
Rethinking Peace Studies II: Memory
The second of three Rethinking Peace Studies seminars will be held in New York City on March 27-28, 2015. The seminar, which will be held at the historic Riverside Church in Manhattan's Morningside Heights neighborhood, will bring together a diverse group of scholars and practitioners to examine the relationship between memory and peace studies.
The following is a list of participants for Rethinking Peace Studies II: Memory.
Stephen Bronner, Rutgers University
Carolyn Forché, Georgetown University
Danielle Goldberg, Global Network of Women Peacebuilders
Salah Hassan, Cornell University
Paul Hastings, Japan ICU Foundation
Alex Hinton, Rutgers University
Nela Navarro, Rutgers University
Makiko Oku, Rutgers University
Leigh Payne, Oxford University
Nitin Sawney, The New School
Giorgio Shani, Internationl Christian University
Marita Sturken, New York University
Wilhelm Vosse, Internationl Christian University
Natasha Zaretsky, Rutgers University
Yael Zerubavel, Rutgers University