Human Rights Graduate Minor Colloquium, "Human Rights Research in Action"
Leah Entenmann & Corbin Treacy
Monday April 23, 2012, 3:30 pm
260 Social Sciences
Human rights research is key to understanding how violations occur, how the resulting trauma heals, and ultimately, how violations may be prevented in the future. We are fortunate at the U of M to have many of the best and brightest faculty and student researchers exploring these questions from an interdisciplinary perspective.
Joining us on the 23rd are Human Rights Graduate Minors, Leah Entenmann and Corbin Treacy, discussing the criminalization and punishment of gays and lesbians in Uganda and literary representations of human rights and how literature and human rights advocacy may mutually benefit from a more cohesive linkage. Leah and Corbin are sure to provide with plenty of thought-provoking material. More info...