Three Rethinking Peace Studies seminars will be held in 2014 and 2015. The seminars will each convene 15 people with diverse academic and geographic backgrounds for four days of dialogue. The seminars will each revolve around a theme. The themes are post-disciplinary, 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 & forgetting, and the third dialogue.
Rethinking Peace Studies I: Translation
The first of three Rethinking Peace Studies seminars was held from November 13-16, 2014 on the ICU campus in Tokyo, Japan. 13 participants spent four days together critically examining Peace Studies through the lens of Translation Studies. The seminar was moderated by Dr. Jeremiah Alberg (ICU) and Dr. Alexander Hinton (Rutgers University).
The following is a list of people who participated in Rethinking Peace Studies I: Translation.
Jeremiah Alberg, International Christian University, Japan
John Biguenet, Loyola University, United States
Shin Chiba, International Christian University, Japan
Beverly Curran, International Christian University, Japan
Kanchuka Dharmasiri, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka
Paul Hastings, Japan ICU Foundation, United States
Alex Hinton, Rutgers University, United States
Masaki Ina, International Christian University, Japan
Jie-Hyun Lim, Hanyang University, South Korea
Nela Navarro, Rutgers University, United States
Giorgio Shani, International Christian University, Japan
Bahia Shehab, American University of Cairo, Egypt