IAS Thursdays: Unspoken
“The conflict between the will to deny horrible events and the will to proclaim them aloud is the central dialectic of psychological trauma.” (Judith Herman, Trauma and Recovery, 1992).
This conflict operates in our bodies, our minds, and in our societies.
Rebecca Krinke, Professor of Landscape Architecture, UMN, has an art practice and research agenda focused on trauma and responses to trauma. Krinke has invited five distinguished scholars to help her explore this issue through short individual presentations and reflective discussion.
David Beard, Associate Professor of Rhetoric, UMD, speaking on the 1920 lynchings in Duluth and their ongoing impact.
Jeanne Kilde, Religious Studies, UMN, speaking on issues related to the Muslim Community Center proposed near ground zero, NYC.
Kevin Murphy, Associate Professor of History and a UMN leader of the multi-institutional “Guantanamo Public Memory Project.”
Naomi Scheman, Professor of Philosophy, UMN.
José Medina, Professor of Philosophy, Vanderbilt University.
Please join the discussion ~
This event took place Thursday, September 12, 2013, at 4:00 pm in 125 Nolte. Co-Sponsored by Religious Studies.
- Rebecca Krinke at the IAS and her own website
- Kevin Murphy and the IAS
- Jeanne Kilde and the IAS
- David Beard and the IAS
- Naomi Scheman and the IAS including her 2012 conversation with Provost Hanson about the 21st Century University
- University of Minnesota Religious Studies
- Judith Herman
Tagged African American, David Beard, Duluth, Ground Zero, Guantanamo, Guantanamo Public Memory Project (GPMP), History, Islam, Jeanne Kilde, Jose Medina, Kevin Murphy, lynching, Naomi Scheman, Philosophy, Rebecca Krinke, Religious Studies, Rhetoric, Trauma