Monday, November 26, 2007

Rwanda: A new form of genocide denial

REMINDER: Tomorrow night is the program on Rwanda genocide denial at Emory University:

"Beyond Hollywood's Rwanda: Truth and Justice, Security and Development"

Glenn Memorial Auditorium
1652 North Decatur Road
Emory University

Tuesday, Nov.27 6-8PM
Seating begins at 5:30.

Andrew Young
Former Ambassador to the UN and Mayor of Atlanta Chairman, GoodWorks International

James Kimonyo
Rwandan Ambassador to the U.S.

Deborah E. Lipstadt
Dorot Professor of Modern Jewish and Holocaust Studies

Egide Karuranga
Virginia State University Professor
Genocide survivor at the Hotel des Miles Collines

Gregory S. Gordon
University of North Dakota Law Professor, Former legal officer for
International Criminal Court Tribunal for Rwanda

Jeffrey Richter
Senior Historian, U.S. Department of Justice Office of Special Investigations

Sponsored by:
Rollins School of Public Health, Center for Health, Culture and Society GoodWorks International Young Democrats of Emory

Tickets available at the DUC and RSPH info desk.


Elizabeth Sausele said...

Will there be a podcast or transcript of this event? Y'all ( a nod to your southern locale) have set up a great panel. I would love to hear/read what transpires.

j.a said...

My comment is akin to the first. I am a first year Master's student in Criminology at the University of Ottawa hoping to focus my thesis on a comparative analysis of genocide denial discourse -- especially that of the Rwandan genocide. I would like to know if/where I can retrieve transcripts of this conference. Any assistance is much appreciated.

Thank you,
Johny-Angel Butera