On Violence Seminar Series
Law 31 January 2014
5 February: SSH Roundtable On Violence - apologies, postponed due to Tube strike
This event will be replaced by a rounding up event on 26 March
12 February: Enduring Violence: Photography after the Rwandan 1994 Genocide
Zoe Norridge, King’s College
The Crime of Genocide Denial
Paola Forgione, Pavia
26 February: Becoming Political: My China
Michael DuYon, Goldsmiths
5 March: Reflections on Politics and Violence
Kim Hutchings, LSE & Elizabeth Frazer, Oxford.
Paper to be presented by Kim Hutchings.
12 March: Wartime Female Identity Portrayal in International Criminal Tribunals
Daniela Nadj, Queen Mary
19 March: On Crowds
Illan Wall, Warwick
26 March: Rounding up on violence
A rounding up event that replaces the Roundtable on Violence postponed from 5 February. Bond – Cunningham – Darke Evans – Kelly – Moore – Pitcher Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos
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