Continuing our series on “Reckoning with the Past” in Europe, this month’s installment looks at the lasting effects of colonial violence and what afflicted communities deserve in reparations. How do we measure violence? Join our panel of experts, including activists, academics, and curators, in this wide-ranging conversation.
Audience participation is encouraged.
Joshua Kwesi Aikins, Human Rights Activist/Public Scholar
Wes Alcenat, Fordham University
Verene A. Shepherd, Centre for Reparation Research, The University of the West Indies
Claire Greenstein, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Allyson Delnore , University of Pittsburgh
Center for African Studies at the University of Pittsburgh
Center for European and Transatlantic Studies at the Georgia Institute of Technology
Center for European Studies at the University of Florida
Center for European Studies at the University of Texas – Austin
Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Pittsburgh
EU Center at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne
Global Studies Center at the University of Pittsburgh
Miami-Florida Jean Monnet European Center of Excellence at Florida International University
Co-funded with support from the Erasmus + Programme of the European Union