Documenting Statelessness: a conversation with Greg Constantine

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Fri, 04/05/2019 - 8:00am to 9:00am
Exiled to Nowhere: A Symposium on the Rohingya Crisis takes place April 5th - 7th.

Ani's guest is photographer Greg Constantine, author of the Exiled to Nowhere book and exhibit.

His work is central to this weekend's symposium, Exiled to Nowhere: A Symposium on the Rohingya Crisis.  The symposium takes place at the Oregon Historical Society, April 5 - 7.  Greg Constantine's photographs will be on view at the Oregon Historical Society, April 5 – April 11, 2019.

We'll be talking about what it means to be stateless, and his work documenting the Rohingyan genocide.

The Symposium is free and open to the public, with most session happening at the Oregon Historical Society, 1200 SW Park, in downtown Portland. Check out their website for full information.  Here's a schedule of presentations:

 

Friday, April 5, 12pm – 1:30pm

Bearing Witness: Documenting Genocide and Mass Atrocities
Panel discussion with Greg Constantine, Andrew Stanbridge, Elizabeth Mehren, John Rudoff, and Jim Lommasson

Saturday, April 6, 12pm – 1:30pm
Stories of Survival: A Conversation on Genocide, Past and Present
Panel discussion with Rosalyn Kliot, Sivheng Ung, Samir Mustafic, and Bonus Kayumba

Saturday, April 6, 2pm – 3:30pm
In-depth Discussion about the Rohingya Crisis
Presented by Yusuf Iqbal, Greg Constantine, Shwe Maung, and Reza Uddin

Saturday, April 6, 4pm – 5pm
A Path to Justice: Examining the Legal Challenges of the Rohingya Crisis
Presented by Kyle Wood and Allen Borrelli

Sunday, April 7, 2pm – 3:30pm
Sexual and Gender Based Violence: The Case of Rohingya Women and Girls
Presented by Aerlyn Pfeil and Dr. Gwen Vogel Mitchell
*** NOTE: THIS PRESENTATION WILL BE AT PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY: Smith Memorial Student Union, Room 333
(1825 SW Broadway, Portland, Oregon 97201)

 

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