Concurrent sessions will be presented twice on Wednesday, Sept. 12 – at 1:15 p.m. and at 2:30 p.m. Session descriptions and locations will be printed in the symposium program. No preregistration for concurrent sessions is required.
1. "Indigenous Peoples and the Need for Restorative Justice"
Gretchen Harvey, Tessa Wakefield, Elise Tweten and Bridget Medbery
2. "Ecocide, Slow Violence and the Evasion of Responsibility"
3. "The Use of Propaganda in the Justification of Genocide"
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4. "Activists or Slacktivists: Does Social Media Create Change?"
5. "Preventing Genocide Through Interfaith Relationships"
Kristi Del Vecchio, Evan Marsoleck, Anastasia Young and Sarah Funkhouser
6. "What is a Human Life Worth?"
Megan Orcholski, Joan Kopperud and Richard Gilmore
7. "Working Ourselves Out of a Job: What's Your Role in Ending Genocide?"
Kristi Rendahl, organization development advisor for the Center for Victims of Torture
Knutson Campus Center, Jones Conference A/B
8. "Post-Genocide Rwanda"
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9. "Debating Genocide"
Tyler Snelling, Samuel Swanson and members of the Forensics Program
Christiansen Recital Hall, Hvidsten Hall of Music
10. "Composing and Coping: An Exploration of Music's Role in Genocide"
Emily Feld and Daniel Anderson
South Choral Room, Hvidsten Hall of Music
11. "Land Mines, Chemical Warfare and the Targeted Victims"
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12. "Child Soldiers, Child Victims and Children's Rights"
Dr. Ellen Kennedy, executive director, World Without Genocide
FFCT - Mainstage
13. "Empowering South Sudan's Most Vulnerable Citizens"
Deb Dawson, African Soul, American Heart
14. "Role and Effects of Genocide on Family"
15. "Tools for Genocide: Rape, Nationalism and Women's Bodies"
Elna Solvang, Ellen Pugleasa and Beth Osman