THE CULTURE OF RECONSTRUCTION: INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO THE AFTERMATH OF CRISIS
University of Cambridge, 25-27 June 2008
*Inaugural Lecture by *Lord Paddy Ashdown*
"After Iraq - shall we ever intervene again?"
Wednesday, 25 June, 19:00-21:00
New Hall, University of Cambridge
Thursday, 26 May and Friday 27 May, 9:00-19:00
Octagon Theatre, St. Chadís site, St Catherineís College
This two and a half day conference is intended to be inter-disciplinary and inter-practice, bringing policy makers and practitioners to the table in order to enable an exchange between those designing and implementing post-crisis interventions and those researching these situations.
The conference will include:
- project presentations
- photography exhibition
- documentary evening
Panels will be organised so as to encourage discussion across
disciplines and methodologies. Topics under discussion include:
- Stakeholders in intervention
- The politics of reconciliation
- Mourning and memorialisation
- Post-conflict spaces in international relations
- Conflict in cities and the contested state
- The media during crisis and its aftermath
- Reconstructing identity: religion and cultural heritage
For further information, a programme and registration form visit:
PLEASE REGISTER EARLY TO ENSURE A SPACE!
The *Cambridge Post-Conflict and Post-Crisis Group* is a an
interdisciplinary research and discussion group,created in January 2006 in order to bring together these researchers from various disciplines throughout the University working on post-conflict or post-crisis environments.
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