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Join the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs and the Vaclav Havel Program for Human Rights and Diplomacy for Its second International seminar on the complex questions surrounding the role of memory In our public discourse about conflict and reconciliation.
A distinguished group of scholars from fields such as political science, religion and history as well as practitioners - people confronted with the problem of memory, conflict and reconciliation In the context of their various professional activities-will articulate diverse perspectives on the nature of memory, engage In dialogue and help us learn more about this topic.
Panel 1:The Philosophical Perspective
Martin Palous, Director, Vaclav Havel Program for Human Rights and Diplomacy, FIU
Monsignor Tomas Halik, Professor of Sociology at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Czech Republic
David Walsh, Professorof Philosophy at Catholic University of America, Washington D.C. Martin Kroupa,Title, Post Bellum, Czech Republic
Orlando Gutierrez-Boronat, Writer and Educator; Co-founder and Spokesperson, Cuban Democratic Directorate
Panel 2: Cotemporary History and Storytelling
Richard Cohen, Author and Publisher
Carlos Alberto Montaner, Author
Martin Petrtyl, Title, Post Bellum, Czech Republic
Rosa Maria Paya, Human Rights Activist and Founder of CubaDecide
Sebastian Arcos, Associate Director, Cuban Research Institute, FIU
Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs, "Second International Seminar on Memory, Conflict and Reconciliation" (2017). Cuban Research Institute Events. 336.
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