Center for Conflict Studies Knowledge as Action, Action as Change


Panel of Scholars & Practitioners

Friday, November 15, 2013 at 8:45 AM

Panel I: Environmental Justice

Friday, November 15, 2013 at 11:30 AM 

1. Mike Ewall: When Equity is Not Enough: Environmental Justice as a Response to Environmental Racism

2. Michael Vincent McGinnis: Expanding the Discourse on Justice in an Age of Climate Disturbance

3. David Betge and Ulrike Zeigermann: Restorative Justice and Land Reform in South Africa

4. Anu Mandavilli: Jal, Jangal, Zameen: People’s Struggle for a Clean Environment and Their Place in it

Panel II: Justice at the Intersection of Identity and Criminality

Friday, November 15, 2013 at 2:00 PM 

1. Julie Reynolds: Prisoner Responses to Systems of Retributive Justice: Case studies of prisoners and restoration

2. Linda G. Bell, Connie S. Cornwell and Lyndsay Curran: Restoring Positive Peace Through Family Healing Course

3. Karen D. Crozier: Affirmative Action and The New Jim Crow:  A Pathway to Compassionate, Racial Justice

4. Rosemary SotoViolence at the Core of Community and Family Matters

Panel III: Justice in Conflicts over Race and Ethnicity

Friday, November 15, 2013 at 4:00 PM 

1. Tristan Mabry: Ethnic Conflict and Cultural Justice: The Question of Minority Language Rights

2. Amer Shurrab: Justice Lost: Legal challenges facing Palestinian victims in the Israeli and international justice system

3. Brandon Zitar, Rebekah Samaniego, Elliot Montagano and Kevin Kopsky: ... And Justice for All: How Opinions of Justice Increase Conflict Intensity

4. Jen Marlowe: Art & Truth-Telling: Alternative Forms of Justice

Panel IV: Impact of Gender and Religion on Justice

Saturday, November 16, 2013 at 8:30 AM

1. Rachel Spory: Religious Dialogue as Post-Conflict Justice Mechanism

2. Rona KabiriIf Afghanistan deserves peace, it deserves justice too

3. Sandra Cheldelin: Examining the Complexities at the Intersection of Justice and Practice

4. Bryan Weiner: LGBT Justice: A Legal, Moral and Cultural Battle for International Human Rights

Panel V: Practice meets Philosophy in Understanding Justice

Saturday, November 16, 2013 at 10:15 AM 

1. Steven Forde: Sobering thoughts: Grotius and Darwin on the pitfalls of pursuing justice in international politics

2. Steve Viner: Law’s Aim: Justice, Peace, and Good Faith

3. Kirill PrudnikovSystematic Obstruction of Justice in Gujarat, India

4. Kyrstie Lane: The Search for Justice in Nepal

Panel VI: Justice as a Key to Building Peace

Saturday, November 16, 2013 at 12:00 PM

1. Ashley Greene: To Close the Violent Past: Uganda’s Commission of Inquiry into Violations of Human Rights

2. Eduardo Sanchez: Justice for children involved in the Sri Lankan armed conflict?

3. Lyusyena Kirakosyan and Max Stephenson, Jr.: Exploring theater as a tool for building peace and justice: The case of Serbia’s DAH Teatar

4. Saskia Nauenberg: Spreading the Truth: Truth commissions and the pursuit of restorative justice