"When Intent Makes All the Difference in the World: Economic Sanctions on Iraq and the Accusation of Genocide"

A colloquium dealing with the claim that the sanctions on Iraq literally constitute genocide

Dr. Joy Gordon (Brandeis '80)
Monday, November 26, 4:30 P.M., Usdan Conference Room C

Dr. Gordon (PhD, Yale University Philosophy Dept.; JD, Boston University Law School) currently teaches in the Philosophy Dept. at Fairfield University, CT.

Her current areas of research and teaching are political philosophy and ethical issues in international relations. Recent published articles have focused on human rights, Just War doctrine, and economic sanctions; a book entitled A Peaceful, Silent, Deadly Remedy: The Ethics of Economic Sanctions is under contract with HUP.

Sponsored by: International Center for Ethics, Justice, and Public Life; Martin Weiner Distinguished Lecturers Fund: Sociology Department; and Peace & Conflict Studies