Lecture with Eduardo Gonzalez Cueva on Internal Armed Conflict in Peru
- 11/19/2012 | 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
- Location: Adams Hall, Room 111 (Common Room)
- Event Type: Movie/Film
- Sponsor: Latin American Studies
- Contact: Jean Harrison
- - Open to the Public -
Please join us for a lecture with Eduardo Gonzalez Cueva, director of the Truth and Memory Program at the International Center for Transitional Justice on
Monday, November 19
Environmental Studies Common Room, Adams Hall 111. (The presentation will be delivered in English.)
Gonzalez Cueva is a Peruvian sociologist, with an M.A. degree from the New School for Social Research (New York) and from the Catholic University of Peru (Lima). At ICTJ, he is the director of the Truth and Memory Program, providing advice to countries on truth commissions, declassification of archives, memorialization activities, museums of memory, and other social instruments. He has provided technical and strategic support to truth-seeking initiatives in places as diverse as East Timor, Morocco, Liberia, Canada, and the Western Balkans.
Before joining ICTJ, he helped organize and carry out the Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Commission, where he worked as the director of Public Hearings and Victim Protection, and later as an editor of the commission's Final Report. Previously, he worked as an advocate for the establishment of the International Criminal Court.
He is also a visiting professor in New York, at The New School University. He will discuss the internal armed conflict in Peru, between the Shining Path and the government of that country. Any student interested in Human Rights, Peace Studies, Conflict, Authoritarianism or Latin America is welcome.
Sponsored by the Latin American Studies Program and the Spanish Department