Part of Yale's Genocide Studies Program's Special Lecture Series, this presentation focused on the role of the designer in interpreting, collaborating and creating difficult exhibitions, particularly those that tell the stories of genocide. With a focus on The Rescuers exhibition (PROOF: Media for Social Justice), the lecture provided Genocide Studies students with an insight into visual storytelling for difficult exhibtiions.
|Publication status||Published - 03 Dec 2015|
|Event||Yale University Genocide Studies Program Special Lecture Series - Yale University, New Haven, United States|
Duration: 03 Nov 2015 → 03 Dec 2015
|Other||Yale University Genocide Studies Program Special Lecture Series|
|Abbreviated title||Genocide studies|
|Period||03/11/15 → 03/12/15|
|Other||Founded in January 1998, the Genocide Studies Program at Yale University’s MacMillan Center conducts research, seminars and conferences on comparative, interdisciplinary, and policy issues relating to the phenomenon of genocide, and has provided training to researchers from afflicted regions, including Cambodia, Rwanda, and East Timor. The GSP also maintains research projects on those catastrophes, on the Nazi Holocaust, the genocides in Bosnia and Darfur, and on colonial and indigenous genocides. The Program is an affiliate of the Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies and is sponsored by the Orville H. Schell, Jr. Center for International Human Rights at Yale Law School.|