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Arts & culture

Bodymaps and Women's Agency

Date & time
Thursday, November 12, 2020
2 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Speaker(s)

Cynthia Cohen, Angela Santamaria, Virginie Ladisch and Christalla Yakinthou

Cost

This event is free (registration needed, via link in bio).

Website

ALLab

Where

Online

Photo by Claudia Bernardi

How can artistic processes strengthen the voices of women in societies in transition?

— This event is part of the Creative Approaches to Transitional Justice series (ALLab)

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SPEAKERS

Cynthia Cohen, Brandeis: Welcome and overview of session and implications for the legacy of slavery in the US, and the plight of Rohingya people of Myanmar

Angela Santamaria: “Decolonial Sketches and Intercultural Approaches to Truth: Corporeal Experiences and Testimonies of Indigenous Women in Colombia”

Virginie Ladisch, Senior Expert, International Center for Transitional Justice and Christalla Yakinthou: “Cultivated Collaboration in Transitional Justice Practice and Research: Reflections on Tunisia’s Voices of Memory Project.”

Responses 

  • Catherine Renshaw, Western Sydney University - Implications for Myanmar
  • M. Brinton Lykes, Boston College and International Journal of Transnational Justice

Q and A moderated by

  • Melissa Stimell, Professor of the Practice of Legal Studies, Brandeis University

In order to accommodate social distancing, all ALLab events will be held online.
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