Monday, February 27, 2017

History and Human Rights Workshop - UMN Law School


Dear Faculty and Graduate Students,

The Human Rights Center is pleased to invite you to our Spring 2017 Workshop on the history of human rights next Friday, March 3, led by Professor Chris Roberts. This event is a follow-up to our successful "History and Human Rights" workshop held last year. 

The program will include presentations by our seven experts, with time for group discussion, as well as a special guided visit through the Riesenfeld Center

If you are able to join us for the workshop, please RSVP with Vicky at nguye386@umn.edu. Additional details below. 

Friday, March 3, 2017
The State of the Field: Challenges & Opportunities in the Study of Human Rights

Interest in the history of human rights has grown enormously in recent years—but so too have the debates and conflicting accounts of the history. This workshop brings together leaders from a variety of disciplinary orientations whose work touches on the areas of human rights and history. The broader purpose of the workshop is to establish an interdisciplinary dialogue to better address the various meta-level problems, methodological obstacles, and intellectual roadblocks that have emerged within this relatively new subfield. Workshop participants will have the opportunity to work together to identify and propose the newest and most promising directions forward. 

University of Minnesota Law School, Mondale Hall 
Lindquist & Vennum Conference Room 385 
8:30-4:00 p.m. 
Please RSVP to nguye386@umn.edu

Facilitated by Professor Christopher Roberts
  

Guest Speakers:
Alison Brysk (​Professor of Global Governance, Global and International Studies Program, University of California - Santa Barbara)
Timothy Lovelace (Associate Professor of Law, Indiana University - Maurer School of Law)
Stephen Meili (Clinical Professor in Law, University of Minnesota Law School)
Samuel Moyn (Professor of Law and Professor of History, Harvard University)
Joachim Savelsberg (Professor of Sociology, University of Minnesota)
Kiyoteru Tsutsui (Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Michigan)
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