Human Rights Violations Conference at USC
An outstanding panel of activists, researchers, librarians, and scholars will discuss human rights violations/ethnic cleansing and available resources in their respective areas.
Friday, June 03, 20059:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Leavey Library Auditorium
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA
The Diversity in Academic Libraries Interest Group (DIAL) of California Academic and Research Libraries (CARL) proudly presents a Summer Program:
PRESERVING MEMORIES: HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS / ETHNIC CLEANSINGS
- Gia Aivazian, Ph.D. candidate UCLA, Librarian for Armenian and Greek, UCLA, on the Armenian Genocide.
- Jok Madut Jok, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History, Loyola Marymount University and former fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars, on the conflict in the Sudan.
- Olga Nikolic, Ph.D. candidate in International Politics at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College, London, on Genocide in the Balkans.
- Geoffrey Robinson, Ph.D., Professor of History and Director of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies at UCLA, on East Timor and Indonesia.
- Judith Truelson, Ph.D., ISD Reference Coordinator/Head of Doheny Research Services, University of Southern California. She served as Co-Principal Investigator for the USC Information Services Division Shoah Foundation Access Mellon Grant Project.
Please RSVP to Claudia Holguin: email@example.com asap. Registration covers the program and light refreshments.
Directions and campus map is available at http://www.usc.edu/about/visit/upc/driving_directions/
Please RSVP to Claudia Holguin: firstname.lastname@example.org Registration fee may be paid in advance or on the day of the program. Please make checks payable to CARL.
Cost : Students and CARL members $10; general public $12; parking is available for $6.
For more information please contact:
Shahla BahavarTel: 213-740-5040
Sponsor(s): , The Diversity in Academic Libraries Interest Group (DIAL) of California Academic and Research Libraries (CARL). Information on non-JSCASC events is posted at request of the sender and does not reflect opinions of or endorsements by African Studies Center personnel.