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CONGRESS 2010: MASTER CLASSES ON HUMAN RIGHTS
May 29, 2010
As part of Congress 2010, Concordia University is sponsoring a day of Master Classes on the theme of Human Rights. A series of four 90-minute classes will be offered to 20 graduate students from any field.
The Master Classes will act as a complement to the panels, lectures and exhibitions of Human Rights Day. The students selected will participate in all four classes. The seminars are likely to be held in English.
Master class #1
- Natasha Blanchet-Cohen: Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Human Sciences, Concordia University
- Elizabeth Miller: Associate Professor, Department of Communication Studies, Concordia University
- Cecilia Wainryb: Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Utah
Master class #2
- Jayne Stoyles: Executive Director, Canadian Centre for International Justice
Master class #3
- REZA: Photojournalist and founder of Aina, a non-governmental organization dedicated to the promotion of justice and democracy
Master class #4
- Frank Chalk: Director, Montreal Institute of Genocide and Human Rights Studies, Concordia University
- Kyle Matthews: Lead Researcher, Will to Intervene Project, Concordia University