News

Peace Studies Students Included in First Cohort of ISLA Dissertation Fellows

As part of its ongoing commitment to advance and promote research and creative endeavors in the College of Arts and Letters, the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts (ISLA) recently awarded dissertation fellowships to twelve doctoral candidates. Among those selected were three current Peace Studies doctoral students at the...

Peace Studies Students Included in First Cohort of ISLA Dissertation Fellows

Kroc Alum a Finalist for ICC Registrar

In October 2022, 10 finalists participated in roundtable discussions as candidates for Registrar of the International Criminal Court (ICC). One finalist, Rosette Muzigo-Morrison…

Kroc Alum a Finalist for ICC Registrar

Events

Film Screening: "Argentina, 1985"

"Argentina, 1985" depicts the transitional justice process that took place in Argentina after the military dictatorship. More than 30,000 Argentines were estimated to have disappeared between 1976 and 1983, and some 3,000 officials and non-officials have been charged with crimes as of 2018. The film provides a dramatic depiction of...

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Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Film Screening:

Transitional Justice and Narrative Power in "Argentina, 1985"

This event considers the recently released film, "Argentina, 1985," which depicts the transitional justice process that took place in Argentina after the military dictatorship with inter-disciplinary providing commentary on this historic moment, followed by a Q&A session. Please join us for screening of the movie on Sunday, February 12, at...

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C103, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Transitional Justice and Narrative Power in

Alumni Peacebuilders

Bina D'Costa, M.A. ’97

Bina D'Costa

Bina D’Costa is professor of international relations and a peace and conflict studies specialist at the Australian National University. She is actively engaged in humanitarian peacebuilding efforts around the world. Her research and practice focuses on the intersections between politics, human rights, and security in Asia, with particular emphases on gender justice and global migration.

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Bear Guerra, B.A. ’95

Bear Guerra

Roberto (Bear) Guerra is a photographer whose work focuses on globalization, human rights, social justice, and environmental justice.

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