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  • Carving Through Borders

    “Carving Through Borders: Discrimination, Immigration, and Citizenship” On Thursday, September 18, 2014 The College of Visual and Performing Arts along with the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University presented “Carving Through Borders: Discrimination, Immigration, and Citizenship.”  This was an unique collaborative event between PARCC at the Maxwell School and the College of Visual and Performing Arts that explored the experience of immigration through the lenses of activist artistic expression and policy discussion. It began with a panel discussion featuring a prominent Mexican artist and scholars in social justice art and political science.  The audience had the opportunity to examine the artistic expression of discrimination experienced by Mexicans and to discuss the real tensions in American society and policy relating to immigration and citizenship.  An exhibition of banners with a catered reception with music provided by Samba Laranja: the Syracuse University Brazilian Ensemble took place in the Joseph A. Strasser Commons, Eggers Hall.  This was followed by a panel discussion with Moderator: Catherine Gerard, Director of PARCC, and Panelists: Kristi Andersen, Chapple Family Professor, Meredith Professor, Maxwell Professor of Teaching Excellence in Political Science, Holly Greenberg, Associate Professor of Printmaking in the School of Art, College of Visual and Performing Arts, Santiago Armengod, Mexican City-based printmaker whose artwork addresses the urgency of radical change, and               Andrew Saluti, Assistant Director of Syracuse University Art Galleries.    If you did not make it to campus for this event it is archived on the Maxwell School YouTube channel or you can watch the documentary of the making of the banners .  


    Kriesberg Family Fund for Constructive Conflict Studies

    The Kriesberg Family Fund for Constructive Conflict Studies is dedicated to enhancing research and theory about waging conflicts constructively, increasing engagement of partisans and intermediaries in constructive conflicts, and increasing student and public knowledge about constructive conflict engagement.


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  • Conversations in Conflict Studies

    Conversations in Conflict Studies is a weekly educational speaker series for students, faculty, and the community.   The series, sponsored by PARCC, draws its speakers from Syracuse University faculty, national and international scholars and activists, and PhD students. Follow us on Twitter @PARCCatMaxwell, tweet #ConvoInConflict.

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Syracuse, NY 13244-1020
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