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The summer course ‘Hidden Genocides’ will exist of lecturers, seminars, international guest lecturers specialised in genocide, analysing documentaries and eye witness accounts, discussions and having excursions to various places.

For a more details, please see the webpage on programme description.

Course objectives

After this course the student is able to:

  • Understand and analyse the consequences of the legal definition of genocide both from a historical, legal and social scientific point of view
  • Compare and analyse known and unknown genocides both for its specific elements as the commonalities that occurs during genocide
  • Understand and analyse the behavior and the social imaginaireof the perpetrators of genocide
  • Describe known and unknown cases of genocide
  • Understand, analyse and compare the aftermath of genocide; both in its legal consequences as in it social, political, psychological and economic consequences
  • Understand, describe and analyse the complex relationship between ideology, perpetrators, bystanders and victims.

http://gsss.uva.nl/summer-winter/summer/content/hidden-genocides/hidden-genocides.html

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The New Muslim Community: Children of Islam and Scotland

Title: The New Muslim Community: Children of Islam and Scotland

Speaker(s): Stefano Bonino (Durham University)

Date and Time: 12th May 2015 13:0014:00

Location: Seminar Room 5, Chrystal Macmillan Buildling

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Migration and Citizenship Research Group and the Centre for the Study of Modern Conflict present a public lecture:

Title: The transnational dimension of ethnic business in the Eurafrican and American Mediterranean

Speakers: Cedric Audebert (Migrinter, Universite de Poitiers); Thomas Lacroix (Migrinter, Universite de Poitiers)

Date and Time: 5th May 2015 17:00 – 18:30 (followed by wine reception)

Location: 6th floor Staff Room, Chrystal Macmillan Building

Abstract: This presentation questions the coherence and unity of the Eurafrican and American Mediterranean basins as well as their heterogeneity and plurality in a geohistorical and geoeconomic perspective. It focuses on the way the development of transnational migrant business interrelates economic strategies, social solidarities and ethnic identities. The analysis of the socio-geography of transnational ethnic businesses at the meta-regional level as well as at the very local level provides a comprehensive approach of the economic, cultural and geopolitical issues the Mediterranean areas have in common.

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