March 16-17, 2018
This two-day conference consists of scholars and activists working on issues related to racial reconciliation, transitional justice, historical memory, regimes of redress, and the rule of law. The conference will be both transnational and interdisciplinary in scope. Interdisciplinary synergies will be created through the inclusion of experts from regions that have experienced racial and ethnic oppression and are in the process of achieving (or have successfully achieved) reconciliation through the establishment of the rule of law, norms of redress, and cultures of remembrance.
We encourage those who are interested in presenting a paper or organizing a panel to submit paper abstracts to the organizers no later than January 19, 2018. Submitted proposals should contain “Redress Conference” in the subject line and should be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send all inquiries about the conference to Robert Westley’s assistant, Andrea Brigalia at email@example.com.
The two-day conference will consist of four to six panels based on submitted proposals, as well as at least one keynote address and one plenary session composed by the organizers.
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The Conference will be held at Weinmann Hall, building #32 on the interactive campus map at https://admission.tulane.edu/map
Reservation can be made at Hotel Indigo New Orleans Garden District at any time by calling the central reservations line (1-877-394-5763) and providing the reservation agent with either the name of the group (Global Perspectives Conference) or the block code (GPC).
If guests would prefer to book online they can do so by using the booking link provided here . **Please note: the booking link defaults to the current date, which will not reflect the contracted rate. The dates will need to be changed to the correct dates in order for the contracted rate to show.
For more information contact:
Robert Westley: firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrea Brigalia email@example.com