Verena Stern, Research Fellow, Center for Austrian Studies to present at HGMV workshop

Holocaust Genocide & Mass Violence Studies Workshop (HGMV)
"Grievable Lives": Dealing with Dimensions of (Mass) Violence in Somali Transnational Migration"
Thursday, February 13
3:00 p.m.
Room 710 Social Sciences

Verena Stern is the 2013/2014 BMWF Doctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Austrian Studies at the University of Minnesota and a doctoral candidate at the Department of Political Science at the University of Vienna. She is writing her dissertation on the migration of undocumented refugees from Somalia to the European Union. Stern's research interests include Human Rights and transnational migration.

Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (CHGS), the Human Rights Program and the Department of Sociology organizes this research workshop for graduate students and faculty members of all departments in the Humanities and Social Sciences at University of Minnesota. For a list of past and future presenters please visit the CHGS workshop page by clicking here.

For more information or to particpate please contact Wahutu Siguru at siguru@umn.edu.

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