[Uwhistory] FREE EVENT - Genocide:The Origins and Prevention of
Mass Political Murder (fwd)
anthonyl at u.washington.edu
Mon May 22 16:08:03 PDT 2006
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Date: Mon, 22 May 2006 13:18:34 -0700
From: Sean Berger <seanb305 at hotmail.com>
To: advisers at u.washington.edu, advisors at u.washington.edu
Subject: [Advisers] FREE EVENT - Genocide:The Origins and Prevention of Mass
Hello - Will you please forward out this reminder about the Jackson School
event TOMORROW (May 23rd)?
The event is called "Genocide:The Origins and Prevention of Mass Political
Murder." Two UW Professor, Daniel Chirot and Gad Barzilai, will be
speaking about the causes of genocide and whether or not embedded human
rights can prevent them.
We will also have a UW student that will talk briefly about the current
crisis in Darfur and what UW students are doing about it.
Jackson School Student Association
More info below:
******** Jackson School Student Association FREE EVENT ********
Genocide: The Origins and Prevention of Mass Political Murder
Tuesday, May 23, 2006
7:00 PM - Communications 120
- What constitutes genocide?
- Why do genocides take place?
- Can law and embedded human rights help to prevent mass murder?
- Celebrate the release of Professor Chirots upcoming book: Why not Kill
them All? The Logic and Prevention of Mass Political Murder.
- Learn what UW students are doing about the crisis in Darfur
- Come Ask Questions!
Professor Daniel Chirot: The Causes of Genocidal Mass Murder
Professor Gad Barzilai: The Zeitgeist of Transnational Violence: Can Human
Rights Prevent Mass Murder?
* Co-Sponsored by Amnesty International UW
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