-Sally Yerkovich, Director of Special Projects at the American-Scandinavian Foundation (ASF) and Faculty, Museum Anthropology Program at Columbia University.
-Catherine Kennedy, Archival Activist, Constitutional Court Trust, South Africa
-Francis Nono, Community Activist, National Memory and Peace Documentation Center (NMPDC), Uganda
-Lucas Sebastian Massuco, Political Scientist, Museo de la Memoria in Rosario, Argentina
The focus of this panel is to explore the multiple ways to bring together the affected communities, specifically through oral histories and visual exhibitions. The panelists will discuss how oral history or visual art are used to understand the experiences of perpetrators and survivors of the violence.
For Zoom login information, please register here: http://bit.ly/histdialogue2
This event is co-sponsored by:
- Columbia University, Department of Anthropology, MA program in Museum Anthropology
- Columbia SIPA Human Rights and Humanitarian Policy concentration
- Committee on Global Thought, Columbia University