Feb 24 :: CONTESTED MEMORIES: Gender, Violence, & Extremism in Sri Lanka



Contested Memories: Gender, Violence, & Extremism in Sri Lanka

a panel with Fatima Cadre, Nimmi Gowrinathan, & Sujith Xavier, as part of the 10th annual Global South Asia Conference (Feb 23 & 24)
Click here for full conference program.
February 24, Saturday
9 to 11 am

Fathima Cader, Law, University of Windsor
Nimmi Gowrinathan, Founder and Director, Politics of Sexual Violence Initiative
Sujith Xavier, Law, University of Windsor
The tenth annual NYU Global South Asia conference theme is “Justice on the Move.”  The conference will be held at the Institute for Public Knowledge (20 Cooper Square, 5th Floor), on 23-24 February, 2018.  We will be focusing from a range of perspectives on interactions of justice and movement in South Asia, where the term “movement” evokes both mobility and mobilization, at many levels of scale, from the local to global. Justice struggles are ever present in South Asia, from social movements to legislative assemblies, court rooms to street protests, class rooms to NGO debates, newspapers to film, public and private, inside and outside the domains of official politics, audible in some registers and faint in others. In bringing together justice and movement, we want to foreground how justice travels within and across borders in and around South Asia, as ideas and ideals, as repertoires of practice, as solidarities and antagonisms, as expertise and professionalized networks. We want to approach this topic not only as a window into South Asia today, but also with historical and comparative perspectives.
20 Cooper Square, 5th Floor
Click here for full conference program. For more information about this event, please contact South Asia @ NYU.
Facebook event page here.
Co-sponsored by the NYU Center for the Study of Gender & Sexuality and South Asia @ NYU.



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