Open Wounds: Centennial Speaker Series

Open Wounds Conference Series

In commemoration of Webster University’s centennial anniversary, the Geneva campus is pleased to present its Centennial Speaker Series: “Open Wounds: A Century of Crimes against Humanity.” This series will bring together the International Relations, Media Communications and Psychology departments who are invited to reflect and present on this common theme.
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This three-part speaker series will cover:

“Life After Genocide” – November 9 – 12, 2015
Kristian Skeie presents a photographic reportage on what life is like after genocides in Bosnia and Rwanda
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“Open Wounds, Armenians, Turks, and a Century of Genocide” – November 12, 2015
Vicken Cheterian presents on the post-genocide political history of Armenians and Turks
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“Why Genocide?: Realities, Responses and Ramifications” – December 4, 2015
A one-day conference covering the key themes and impacts of genocide
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The Centennial Speaker Series will be held on the Webster Geneva Campus campus and is open to the public free of charge.