Teach-In on “Intended Consequences”

April 7, 2010

So an event has been brewing on Seattle University’s campus for the past several months. Check out the following teach-in meant to confront and challenge the many oppressive aspects of this “exhibit.”

Faculty Teach-In

April 7, 2010, 11:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Lee Center for the Arts

‘Reading Rwandan Women’: Some Critical Questions for Us to Consider
Nalini Lyer (English)

Gender and Reconstruction in Post-Conflict Rwanda
Saheed Adejumobi (Global African Studies)

Humanitarian Interventions: Not That Humanitarian
Connie Anthony (Political Science)

To Saartjie Baartman with Love: 200 Years of Exhibiting [I.E. Capturing| the Black Female Body
Gary Perry (Sociology)

‘The License To Invent’: Genocide, Atrocity, and Government Attitudes
Hamida Bosmajian (English)

Social Documentary Practices: A Question of Context, Voice and Response
Claire Garoutte (Fine Arts)

Rwandan in Seattle: Rolling with the (PTSD, Prison, Immigrant-Hatred) Punches
Victoria Kill (English)

Surviving Genocide Through the Healing Tents
Jeanette Rodriguez (Theology And Religious Studies)

Colonialism and Postcolonial Conflicts: Roots of the Rwandan Tragedy
Tayyab Mahmud (School of Law)

One Thousand Hills of Grace: Seeing Rwanda Through a Lens of Solidarity
James Hembree (University Advancement)

American Genocide: The Continuing War Against Native Americans
Ted Fortier (Anthropology)

Special Presentation

May 6, 2010, 6:30 p.m.
Pigott Auditorium

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Precious Teach-In Flyer

February 9, 2010