Genocide Conference Panel 1: “Defining the 'Crime without a Name'”
April 5, 2008
Part of a two-day conference on "Genocide: Crimes Unpunished, Lessons Unlearned."
This panel will compare various instances of genocide and explore the possibility of developing models that can be used to prevent the occurrence of genocide.
Marie Fleming, Professor of Philosophy, Florida State University
Juan Mendez, President, International Center for Transitional Justice, New York, & former Special Adviser to the U.N. Secretary General on the Prevention of Genocide
Ervin Staub, Director Emeritus, Psychology of Peace and the Prevention of Violence, Department of Psychology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA