An article by AHDA alumna '19, Evelyn Dissanayake, titled "Enforced Disappearance and Women’s Peace and Security in Sri Lanka" was published in the blog by the Kroc School of Peace Studies (University of San Diego). Click here to read it.
Select AHDA program fellows have been working on projects advancing civil rights movements, including in the U.S. starting some years back. Please see a highlight of AHDA alumna Tammi Sharpe (2013), who has been working on a project “Oral History and the Civil Rights Movement.”
AHDA alumna Jasmina Lazovic (Serbia) was among awardees of the "Bring the Noize" prize presented to the Center for Public History (Centar za primenjenu istoriju).
A Columbia University student involved in the Summer Volunteer Program with ISHR contributed to the European Observatory on Memories (EUROM) review of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. EUROM is based at the University of Barcelona.
Please revisit the review by Zina Precht-Rodriguez here.
The Alliance for Historical Dialogue's 2019 Annual Program Report is now available.
Click here to read the full report.