Updated Programme: One-Day Workshop: Genocide Studies: Sound, Image, Archive

Venue: Research Beehive, Room 2.22

Click here for map of campus

If you are approaching by Metro, please alight at the Haymarket Metro Station. The Research Beehive is in the Old Library Building (number 25 on the map at the link above)

09.30 Registration and coffee
 10.00-11.30  Panel 1: Legal frames
10.00 Roy Knocke (Ruhr University, Bochum and Lepsiushaus, Potsdam)Towards a Phenomenology of Genocide: A Critique of Lemkin´s Cultural Essentialism
10.30 José Elías Esteve Moltó (University of Valencia)An Historic Lawsuit Investigates Tibetan Genocide
11.00-11.30 Tea and coffee
 11.30-12.30  Panel 2: Approaching testimony
11.30 Markus Beham (University of Vienna)‘Borrowed’ Concepts and ‘Meta-Effects’: A Case Study on the Use of the Term Genocide in Contemporary Historiography
12.00 Paul Bartrop (Florida Gulf Coast University)‘The past still haunts me today’: Reading Survivor Accounts of Genocide from a Safe Distance
12.30-13.30 Lunch
 13.30-14.30  Panel 3: Healing and reparative frames
13.30 Stefanie Dinkelbach (National University of Ireland, Galway)The Gaze of the Victim: Reconnection to the Past through Archive Footage to Stimulate Emotional Reprocessing
14.00 Urszula Róg (Jagiellonian University, Krakow)Commemoration as the Element of  Social Healing after the Genocidal: A Case Study from Rwanda
14.30-15.00 Tea and coffee
 15.00-16.00  Panel 4: Genocide and film
15.00 Tomasz Łysak (University of Warsaw)From Chronicle to Posttraumatic Films: Documentary Films about Auschwitz-Birkenau
15.30 Sue Vice (Sheffield University)Claude Lanzmann’s Shoah in the Twenty-First Century
16.00-17.00 Round table
17.00-18.00 Screening: Messenger from Poland: Jan Karski’s Personal Testimony introduced by Martin Smith (Producer)
18.00-18.30 Closing remarks

Click here to download a pdf flyer for the conference

See here for the event page at the School of Modern Languages, Newcastle University

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One Response to Updated Programme: One-Day Workshop: Genocide Studies: Sound, Image, Archive

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