— This event is part of the Creative Approaches to Transitional Justice series (ALLab)
Despite best intentions, sometimes artistic and cultural interventions cause harm. How can an assessment of past experiences suggest ethical guidelines for future initiatives?
WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION
Luis C Sotelo, Director, Acts of Listening Lab, Concordia Univ.
Cynthia Cohen, Brandeis University.
Robin Adèle Greeley, Fernando J Rosenberg, and others from the Symbolic Reparations Research Project (www.symbolicreparations.org) “Repairing Symbolic Reparations: Assessing the Effectiveness of Memorialization in the Inter-American System of Human Rights”.
Toni Shapiro-Phim, Associate Professor of Creativity, the Arts, and Social Transformation, Brandeis University. “Embodying the Pain and Cruelty of Others”.
Hugo van der Merwe, Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (South Africa). Editor in Chief, International Journal of Transitional Justice.
Questions and Answers
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