2004 News Archive
Conference: "Justice Across Cultures" in Jerusalem (12/21/2004)
Ethically Speaking (12/08/2004)
The Center's newsletter is now available in print and online.
Both Sides of the Bench: New Perspectives on International Law and Human Rights
The publication - resulting from the 2001-03 Brandeis International Fellowship Program in Human Rights, Intervention, and International Law - is now available online.
Imagining Self and Other: Creativity and Ethical Action in the Aftermath of Violence
Artists, Cultural Workers, Peacebuilders, and Scholars Exchange Ideas at a Recent Symposium
Position opening (11/29/2004)
Program Manager of the Coexistence Initiative at Brandeis (TCI Brandeis)
The Coexistence Initiative (TCI) joins the Center (11/28/2004)
The Center has moved (11/20/2004)
Visit us in the new Abraham Shapiro Academic Complex
Reflections on the 2004 American presidential election by Goenawan Mohamad (11/17/2004)
Mohamad was a presenter in the recent symposium of the Brandeis International Fellowship Program (BIF), "Re-Imagining Self and Other: Creativity and Ethical Action in the Aftermath of Violence."
Mari Fitzduff engages with activists, academics, policy makers, and leaders in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem (11/08/2004 - 11/11/2004)
Artist Talk: Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons (10/28/2004)
The Newcomers Among Us: Sharing Experiences and Learning Lessons (10/27/2004)
The Center hosted a day-long seminar that brought together professionals and members of the Brandeis community to discuss issues surrounding immigration in Waltham, Newton, Lincoln, and other near suburbs of Boston.
The impact of standards and high-stakes tests on children with disabilities (10/26/2004)
A symposium features the voices of 10th grade students in the Boston Public Schools.
Globalization, Trade & Justice (10/20/2004)First Ethics and Coexistence Student Fellows Reunion is Held (10/16/2004)
Former and current ECSFs met to give updates about Brandeis and share information about their work abroad.
Hizkias Assefa, stories from an African Peacebuilder (10/14/2004)
Re-Imagining Self and Other: Creativity and Ethical Action in the Aftermath of Violence
An event of the Brandeis International Fellowship Program: Recasting Reconciliation through Culture and the Arts (10/13/2004 - 10/14/2004)
Brandeis holds art exhibits (10/07/2004)
Brandeis International Fellow Symposium featured in the Daily News Tribune
American Election Dilemmas, International Context (10/04/2004)
The Iraq Memory Foundation (09/17/2004)
Founded by Center Faculty Associate Kanan Makiya, The Iraq Memory Foundation is approved by Iraq's Prime Minister to conduct humanitarian documentation.
Religion and Ethnicity in Medieval Spain - Thomas Glick Lecture (9/10/04)
Seeking event cosponsorship?
The Center offers cosponsorship support to student clubs, faculty, and other Brandeis organizations
Re-imagining Self and Other: Creativity and Ethical Action in the Aftermath of Violence (10/13/2004 - 10/14/2004)
View the announcement of the Fall 2004 symposium of the Brandeis International Fellowship Program
International justice's prodigal parent (08/06/2004)
Brian Concannon, Jr., guest faculty member for the 2004 Brandeis Institute for International Judges (BIIJ), reflects on America’s role in International criminal law and the 2004 BIIJ Institute in Salzburg, Austria
The Center hosts the third Brandeis Institute for International Judges (BIIJ) (06/28/2004 - 07/03/2004)
Complementarity and Cooperation: The Challenges of International Justice
Former visiting scholar Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela wins top book prize in South Africa (07/07/2004)
Gobodo-Madikizela won the South Africa's top literary prize for her work A Human Being Died That Night, about the crimes committed by Eugene de Kock.
Board Chair Theodore Sorensen asks New School University graduates to "Restore Our Country to Greatness" (05/21/2004)
Sorensen delivers the 2004 commencement address at New School University, New York
NGOs at the Table: Strategies for Influencing Policies in Areas of Conflict (05/07/2004)
A new publication edited by Mari Fitzduff, director of the Master's program in Coexistence and Conflict, and Cheyanne Church is now available.
Tastes of Memories: A Concert of Cultures (04/22/2004)
The Newcomers Among Us: Sharing Experiences and Learning Lessons (04/21/2004)
The seminar was the second in a series that explores contemporary immigration in Massachusetts.
Is Arab-Jewish Coexistence in Israel Still Possible? (04/19/2004)
A talk presented by Rabbi Ron Kronish and Mr. Issa Jaber
Now accepting applications: Master's Program in Coexistence and Conflict
We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for a new Master's Program in Coexistence and Conflict beginning September 2004 at Brandeis University, in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA.
Traumatic Past, Creative Responses: Reflections on the Holocaust as a Challenge for Today (03/31/2004)
A presentation by Björn Krondorfer
Center board members meet with Brandeis students (03/15/2004)
Justice Across Cultures (03/08/2004)
Eyes Wide Shut: Opening Our Eyes to Stereotypes (03/02/2004)
The first public event of the new International Collaboration Network (ICN), chaired by Marci McPhee-Center assistant director, has students, faculty, and staff talking.
War and Peace, a Documentary about Kashmir (03/01/2004)
Eyes Wide Shut: Opening our Eyes to Stereotypes (02/10/2004)
Coexistence at Brandeis: Reflections and Recommendations
A research-based analysis of intergroup relations at Brandeis University