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>CALL FOR PAPERS
>For the
>Annual Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities
>Late May 2003 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
>
>Session
>After Genocide: Trauma, Memory, and Forgiving
>The impact of genocide reverberates long after the tragic event. The
>profound experience of trauma, both personal and collective, can manifest
>itself in a variety of ways, including
>its representations in literature and art. Although we usually focus on
>individual or national memory of the victim group, perpetrators and
>perpetrator nations often try to deal with genocide too. This may take the
>form of expressions of recognition, contrition, pleas for forgiveness, or
>various ways of reconstituting memory.
>We invite panel submissions that deal with these post-genocide topics from
>a feminist and/or socialist perspective.
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>Our panel will be co-sponsored by the Society for Socialist Studies & the
>Canadian Sociology Anthropology Association (and possibly by the Canadian
>Women's Studies Association).
>The deadline for the submission of abstracts is 1 October 2002.
>
>Organizers:
>Dr. Karin Doerr (Simone de Beauvoir Institute & Modern
>Languages, Concordia University, e-mail: [log in to unmask]) and
>Dr. Sima Aprahamian (Simone de Beauvoir Institute &
>Sociology-Anthropology,
>Concordia University, e-mail: [log in to unmask]).
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>Session Chair: Dr. Dorota Glowacka (King's) <[log in to unmask]>
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>Mailing address: Dr. S. Aprahamian/Dr. K. Doerr, Simone de Beauvoir
>Institute, Concordia University
>1455 de Maisonneuve W., Montreal (Quebec)
>H3G 1M8, Canada
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>Congress address for more information:
>415-151 Slater   Ottawa ON   K1P 5H3
>Tel/ (613) 238-6112 Fax/ (613) 236-4853
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