Fall 2021 Webinar Series

Fall 2021 Webinar Series

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FALL 2021 SPEAKER SERIES
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A BOOK TALK WITH DR. PAMELA STEINER
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CULTURAL HERITAGE IN LAW AND DIPLOMACY: A ROUNTABLE DISCUSSION
Religious Minorities and the Right to Self Determination
RELIGIOUS MINORITIES AND THE RIGHT TO SELF DETERMINATION
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A Book Talk with Dr. Pamela Steiner: Collective Trauma and the Armenian Genocide

The Fletcher Initiative on Religion, Law, and Diplomacy is proud to welcome Dr. Pamela Steiner, Senior Fellow with the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at the Harvard School of Public Health to discuss her book, Collective Trauma and the Armenian Genocide: Armenian, Turkish, and Azerbaijani Relations Since 1839. She is joined by Dr. Elizabeth Prodromou, moderator and si saw the, and Dr. Nadim Rouhana, and Dr. Eileen Babbitt, co-organizers, all from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.

A copy of the book can be purchased here!

Watch this webinar here!

 

 

 

Cultural Heritage in Law and Diplomacy: A Roundtable Discussion

The Fletcher Initiative on Religion, Law, and Diplomacy is proud to present – in cooperation with the Fresno State Armenian Studies Program, St. John’s University Center for Law & Religion, and the University of Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture – “Cultural Heritage in Law and Diplomacy: A Roundtable Discussion.” This webinar brings together a cross-discplinary group of scholar-practitioners to discuss the challenges of and opportunities for preserving the rights of access to places of worship for religious groups in cases of contested spaces and in diverse conditions of active and non-active conflict. Thank you to the panelists – Dr. Narine Ghazaryan, Dr. Leonard Hammer, Dr. Evanghelos Kyriakides, Dr. Peter Petkoff, and Dr. Michalyn Steele – and to the discussants – Dr. Elizabeth Prodromou, Dr. Mark Movsesian, and Dr. Sergio La Porta.

Watch this webinar here!

 

 

Religious Minorities and the Right to Self Determination

There are increasingly urgent, sometimes frozen, conflicts, including belligerent occupation, around the world that involve an elevated risk of genocide at the hands of the state for the minority religious enclaves involved. Understanding the complexities of this tension can help inform policy-makers to employ best practices and further diplomatic goals and human rights outcomes. The Fletcher Initiative on Religion, Law, and Diplomacy, organized by the Student Club on Religion, Law, and Diplomacy, is proud to present a panel on these timely rights considerations, with Yazidi Human Rights Lawyer and Journalist Khdr Hayjoyan, Kashmiri Anthropologist and Activist Mohamad Junaid, Tufts University Arthur H. Dadian and Ara Oztemel Professor of Armenian Art and Architectural History Dr. Christina Maranci, and University of San Francisco Professor of Politics and International Relations Dr. Stephen Zunes, moderated by Dr. Anahid Matossian.

 

Watch this webinar here!