09/12/2020 - 10:30 pm
09/12/2020 - 11:30 pm
In collaboration with Montclair State University, this roundtable brings together scholars working on justice issues with a particular focus on dealing with the legacies of past injustice. The goal of this session is to explore issues that have received less attention in transitional justice studies, yet have arisen when dealing with past atrocities and mass violence. Panelists will explore how art, temporality, and memory provide frameworks for illuminating alternative spaces for theorizing transitional justice that breaks from more traditional evaluative approaches. While these debates have generated literature on a local turn in transitional justice studies, what is lacking are more comprehensive studies that explore interactions and connectivities between these levels, which will be explored by panelists.
This talk is now available on our TIU Global Dialogue YouTube channel. Check it out here.
|Panelists:||Lauren Balasco (Assistant Professor, Stockton State University, USA); Eliza Garnsey (British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Cambridge University, UK); Arnaud Kurze (Associate Professor, Montclair State University, USA); Christopher Lamont (Associate Professor, Tokyo International University, Japan); Mariam Salehi (A.SK Postdoctoral Fellow of Research Unit Global Governance at WZB Berlin, Germany)|
|Date & Time:||Wednesday December 9, 2020, at 22:30-23:30|