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GCHR Arts & Hum Rights Symposium 2019 : The Goldstein Symposium on Art and Human Rights

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When Sep 26, 2019 - Sep 26, 2019
Where University of Nebraska at Omaha
Submission Deadline Jun 15, 2019
Categories    human rights   art   holocaust and genocide   european history
 

Call For Papers

The Goldstein Symposium on Arts and Human Rights:

"Witness: A Symposium on the Art of Samuel Bak"

In conjunction with the University of Nebraska at Omaha's retrospective exhibition, "Witness: The Art of Samuel Bak," on September 26, 2019 the Goldstein Center for Human Rights is convening a study day related to contemporary art and human rights. Scholars from all disciplines are invited to submit proposals for 20-minute presentations focused on the intersection of art and human rights.

Proposals that touch upon or relate to the life and oeuvre of Samuel Bak (1933-present) are especially welcome. As this is an interdisciplinary collaboration, scholars from all disciplines are encouraged to submit.

Please send to goldsteincenter@unomaha.edu:
- Current CV with contact details
- 250-word proposal

Due: June 15, 2019.

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