Categories

Archives

2008 Workshop on Humiliation and Violent Conflict

Dear HumanDHS network friends

Please find below information on the 2008 Workshop on Humiliation and Violent Conflict.

Kind regards
Brian Ward

2008 Workshop on Humiliation and Violent Conflictrepresenting the Twelfth Annual HumanDHS Conference

New York, Columbia University, Teachers College, 525 West 120th Street (subway 1, exit 116th Street)
December 11-12, 2008
(continuation of the 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007 Workshops, see a compilation of all NY workshops)

• Thursday, December 11, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
• Public Event on Thursday evening, in Milbank Chapel, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
• Friday, December 12, 10:00 am – 5:30 pm

Convened by SIPA – Center for International Conflict Resolution
on behalf of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS) project of the
Columbia University Conflict Resolution Network (CU-CRN)

The Research Workshop is made possible by a generous contribution of the
Slifka Foundation (please see the HumanDHS’ Work: Objectives and Evidence of Success, developed in cooperation between HumanDHS and ABSF in 2006)

Our Conference Has Two Parts:

• Public Event – Everybody Is Always Warmly Invited to Attend!
Thursday, December 11, 2008, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Columbia University, Teachers College, Milbank Chapel
Refreshments, a chance to mingle and meet

• Closed Workshop
Thursday and Friday, December 11-12, 2008, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Columbia University, Teachers College, 525 West 120th Street, New York, NY 10027.
This part of our workshop is closed. You are warmly invited to get in touch with us, if you wish to participate.

• Where to stay!
• Everybody is kindly asked to please arrange for your housing yourself. (Please see here the subway map of NY.) Please see Accommodations in and around the Columbia University neighborhood (we thank Tony Jenkins for allowing us to use his compilation!)
• Please see also US SERVAS, hosting people generally for one to two nights. Any extension beyond that is up to the host to extend, and traveler to accept. Most NYC hosts do not host more than a week, if the visitor is someone they really feel comfortable with and grow to like. Again, that is up to the individual.
• Please see also Couchsurfing.com.
• Please see furthermore Sara’s New York Homestay, through which international students, visitors, interns or executives who come to New York (also Los Angeles, Paris or London) for a short period of time (1 to 12 months) can find a place to stay (four weeks Manhattan 1500 USD, one week 900 USD, less outside Manhattan; when you write to them, convey greetings from Evelin: I visited their office on November 19, 2007, and presented our HumanDHS group to Bernard Zagdanski, Sara’s husband).

• Green Conference
Lynn King kindly shares with us advice as to how to organise a “Green Conference”!

• What Happened in Our Previous Conferences?
Please have a look at all our previous conferences and at the newsletters written after these conferences! See newsletter Nr. 10, compiled subsequent to the 2007 workshop.

Maria R. Volpe, Ph.D.
Professor
John Jay College of Criminal Justice – CUNY
899 Tenth Avenue, Room 520
New York, New York 10019
212-237-8693 [office]
212-237-8646 [fax]
mvolpe[@]jjay.cuny.edu
http://johnjay.jjay.cuny.edu/dispute

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *