Posts Tagged ‘Taylor Krauss’
Monday, March 31st, 2014
Many thanks to David Simon at Yale’s Genocide Studies Program for including VOR in the Yale University Symposium on the 20th Anniversary of the Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda. VOR testimonies were screened as part of the “The Genocide’s Legacies in Rwanda” panel. @Yale
(March 31, 2014)
An excerpt from the panel can be found here.
Tags: Consolee Nishimwe, David Simon, Edward Luck, James Traub, Jan Holton, Joseph A. Olzacki, Taylor Krauss, Yvette Rugasaguhunga, Zachary Kaufman
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Monday, April 22nd, 2013
Thanks to the International Association of Genocide Scholars (IAGS) for including VOR in their 10th Biennial Conference “The Aftermath of Genocide: Victims and Perpetrators, Representations and Interpretations,” which will be held in Siena.
(June 19-22, 2013)
Sunday, April 7th, 2013
It was an honor for VOR to be included in the 19th National Commemoration hosted by the Rwandan Embassy. VOR’s director Taylor Krauss shared his thoughts on the power of testimonies in Rwanda today. Other speakers included Ambassador Eng. James Kimonyo along with testimonies from Tabitha Mugenzi and Kalima Kizito.
(April 7, 2013)
Tags: 19th Commemoration, Alice Umutoni, Augustin Mutemberezi, Chantal Kalisa, Clotilde Mbaranga Gasarabwe, Cynthia Akuetteh, David Mwambari, Edouard Kayihura, Emmanuel Mutangana, Gatsinzi Basaninyenzi, Genocide Against the Tutsi, Immaculate Busingye, Jacqueline Murektate, James Kimonyo, Jason Nshimiye, Jean-Baptiste Rudatsikira, Kalima Kizito, Mutoni Karasanyi, Patricia Crisafulli, Rwandan Embassy to the United States, Rwandan Embassy to the USA, Tabitha Mugenzi, Taylor Krauss, Yvette Rugasaguhunga, Zachary Kaufman
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Friday, March 1st, 2013
Many thanks to Sue Grand, Deborah Liner, and Jill Salberg for planning such a thoughtful, personal, and moving conference. “The Wounds of History” hosted by NYU’s Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis provided a special opportunity to share VOR testimonies with a community of practitioners who care deeply about issues of trans-generational transmission of trauma.
Co-Panelists: Eric V. Hachikian screened excerpts from his film Voyage to Amasia; VOR’s director Taylor Krauss screened testimonies from the archive; and Socheata Poeuv screened testimonies from Khmer Legacies. (March 1-3, 2013)
Tags: Debbie Liner, Dori Laub, Eric V. Hachikian, Jill Salberg, Lu Steinberg, New York University, NYU, Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, Robert Prince, Sam Gerson, Socheata Poeuv, Sue Grand, Taylor Krauss, Wounds of History
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Monday, November 8th, 2010
PURSUE, a joint project of the AJWS and AVODAH, will host VOR’s Taylor Krauss, Families United for Racial and Economic Equality‘s Lucas Shapiro, Jewish Theological Seminary rabbinic student Annie Lewis, and Food Bank for NYC‘s Karin Fleisch in a panel discussion at Inside the Activists’ Studio: 2010 on December 5th, at the 92YTribeca.
Tags: 92YTribeca, AJWS, Annie Lewis, AVODAH, Families United for Racial and Economic Equality, Food Bank for NYC, Inside the Activists' Studio, Jewish Theological Seminary, Karin Fleisch, Lucas Shapiro, Pursue, Taylor Krauss
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