Listen to Julie Lalonde’s March 6 show on CHUO 89.1 with experts about the upcoming event on sexual violence in wars and how it relates to the violence of women and girls in a larger context!
How do privilege and Canadian/white settler imperialism fit into the topic of sexual violence in wars?
An interview with Aimee Goldsmith in the Fulcrum about the upcoming Cheers to Sarajevo play that opens up the unique international workshop on sexual violence in wars on March 13 in Ottawa! Don’t miss it!
An event not to be missed!
International Workshop organized by the Central and Eastern European Studies Research Group in collaboration with the Studies in Migration Research Group*
21st Century Reflections on Sexual Violence in Wars, its Transgenerational and Transnational Impact
March 13-16, 2018
University of Ottawa, different locations
An internationally renowned play from South Africa, Cheers to Sarajevo on March 13 will be followed by a three-day workshop on sexual violence in wars with academic participants and children who were born of such violence.
This special event also features two film screenings – Juanita Wilson’s As If I Am Not There and Jasmila Žbanić’s For Those Who Can Tell No Tales – and a fascinating theatre workshop ACHIEVING TRUTH: EMBODIED ART RESEARCH AND CREATING THE PHYSICALITY OF WAR ON STAGE!
You are wholeheartedly welcome to participate with respect in any of the aforementioned events.
For more information on the program and different locations see March 2018 Workshop on Sexual Violence in Wars program.
“Children of the Enemy”: Narrative Constructions of Identity Following Wartime Rape and Transgenerational Trauma in Post-WWII Germany and Post-Conflict Bosnia
Agatha Schwartz (principal investigator), co-investigators Mythili Rajiva, Christabelle Sethna (University of Ottawa) and Tatjana Takseva (St. Mary’s University)
Funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)
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