"Movement without Mobility, Settlement without Belonging: A Proposal for Theorizing 'Unsettlement' Today" with Professor Rosalind Morris
November 11, 2016 · 12-1PM
Columbia University, Fayerweather Hall, Room 301M
Elizabeth Povinelli, Chair and Franz Boas Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University
Respondent: Meg McLagan, Visiting Professor of Professional Practice and Film Studies, Barnard College, Columbia University
Meet with Raoul Kitungano, Jeffrey Wambaya, Mulshid Muwonge, Betty Lee Odur and Samuel Matsikure, 2016 participants in the Human Rights Advocates Program at the Institute for the Study of Human Rights.
Carlos Santos is the founder and president of the Salvadorian Association for Survivors of Torture, an association that gives psychological care to survivors of torture and their families and investigates various human rights abuses.
In his newest book, Henry Rousso, one of the first historians to have worked on the memory of collective historical traumas, examines recent developments in the uses and politics of memory in France, and shows how these phenomena must also be considered within a broader European and global contex