2nd International Conference on Hate Studies Schedule

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The Second International Conference on Hate Studies Interdisciplinary Approaches to Understanding the Nature of Hate, Crafting Models for Combating Hatred, and Implications for Practice
Gonzaga University Institute for Hate Studies, April 6-9, 2011
Northern Quest Resort and Casino Airway Heights, Washington USA
Conference Registration & Lodging Reservations
Presentation Abstracts
Wednesday, April 6
4:00-5:30 Registration
5:30-7:30 Opening Reception: Bringing One's Whole Being to Countering Hatred
Reception Speaker: Charlene Teters Professor, Institute of American Indian Arts and Member, Spokane Tribe of Indians
Introduction: George Critchlow Interim Dean and Associate Professor, Gonzaga University School of Law
Welcome: John Shuford Director, Gonzaga University Institute for Hate Studies and Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Gonzaga University
Reception sponsored by the Kalispel Tribe of Indians
Thursday, April 7
8:00-9:00 Continental Breakfast
9:00-10:30 Plenary Session: Combatting Antisemitism Hannah Rosenthal Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism, US Department of State
Introduction: Kenneth Stern Specialist on Antisemitism and Extremism, American Jewish Committee
10:45-12:15 Religious Perspectives on Hatred James Cox University of Edinburgh
Steven Leonard Jacobs University of Alabama
Roberto Sirvent and Neil Baker Hope International University
Let's Get Real About Racism Lee Mun Wah Stir Fry Seminars and Consulting
12:30-1:30 Lunch
1:30-3:00 Racism, Nativism & Othering
Jourdan Cruz Gonzaga University
Terrance MacMullan Eastern Washington University Christopher Strain Florida Atlantic University
Experiential Dimensions of Hatred Anne Nassauer Humboldt University of Berlin
Madhu Sameer ASW, Fresno
Lisa Wolf Union Institute and University
Why Understanding Today’s Antisemitism is Important for Combating Tomorrow’s Hatred Kenneth Stern American Jewish Committee
3:15-4:45 Political Violence & Its CausesKellie Carter Jackson Gonzaga UniversityFahd Ali Raza Karachi Institute of Economics and Technology
Christopher Manning American Graduate School in Paris
Hate in International Contexts Chao-Chen (Caroline) Lin National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Muhammad Kamruzzaman Mozumder Monash University, MalaysiaBaddar Chowdhry Independent Researcher, UK
Addressing the Cost of Caring
Ray Wolpow Western Washington University
Dinner (on your own) - Posada Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion with Fr. Mark McGregor, S.J., (Director, Posada);
7:00-9:00 Posada - Screening and Panel Discussion a journey of unaccompanied, immigrant children hoping to find shelter in the United States...
Fr. Mark McGregor, S.J. St. Francis Xavier Parish, Missoula, Montana (Director, Posada: A Night to Cross All Borders
Keith Aoki Professor, University of California at Davis King Hall School of Law
Steven Bender James and Ilene Hershner Professor and Director of Portland Programs, University of Oregon School of Law
Jaime Hawk Assistant Federal Public Defender for the Eastern District of Washington and North Idaho
Mary Pat Treuthart Professor, Gonzaga University School of Law (moderator) Session sponsored by the Gonzaga University School of Law, the Center for Global Engagement, and the Institute for Hate Studies
Location: Barbieri Courtroom, Gonzaga University School of Law - with pre-event reception 6:00-7:00
Friday, April 8
8:00-9:00 Continental Breakfast
9:00-10:30 Director's Session: Hate in the Immigration Debate Keith Aoki Professor, University of California at Davis King Hall School of Law
William Arrocha Assistant Professor, Monterey Institute of International Studies
Steven Bender James and Ilene Hershner Professor and Director of Portland Programs, University of Oregon School of Law
John Shuford Director, Gonzaga University Institute for Hate Studies and Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Gonzaga University Sponsored by the Gonzaga University Center for Global Engagement and the Gonzaga University School of Law
10:45-12:15 International Approaches to Hate Speech & Language Maureen Duffy University of Calgary Katharine Reed Allen The Pennsylvania State University Claudia Sarti Radboud University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands Histories of Hate and Anti-Hate
Stewart Harris Appalachian School of Law
Darren O'Brien Australian Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Christopher Strain Florida Atlantic University
Organizing Effective Community Responses to Hate Groups
Tony Stewart & Norm Gissel Kootenai County Task Force on Human Relations
12:30-1:30 Lunch (on your own)
1:30-3:00 Hate Crimes, Prosecution & Punishment John Mirikitani Hallym University, South Korea
Jennifer Schweppe University of Limerick, Ireland
Jordan Blair Woods University of Cambridge, UK
Othering Through Media
Burak Gumus Trakya University, Turkey
Ibrahim Houssari Lebanese American University
Sarah Steele Christ's College, University of Cambridge
Developing Hate Studies Curricula
Paul Kriese Indiana University
James Mohr Community Colleges of Spokane Molly Pepper Gonzaga University
3:15-4:45 Combating Hatred - Community Impacts & Best Practices Barbara Perry University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Michael Whine Community Security Trust, UK Hon. Steven Gonzalez King County Superior Ct
Education to Combat Hate
Jo Ann Jankoski Pennsylvania State University-Fayette Tamar Ascher Shai David Yellin College of Education, Jerusalem
Elizabeth Swanson Goldberg & Mary Pinard Babson College
The Power of Personal Testimony in Teaching About Hate
Jerri Shepard Gonzaga University
Julie ScottUS Memorial Holocaust Museum
Brad Veile US Memorial Holocaust Museum
6:00-8:00 Reception and Conference Dinner Keynote Speaker: Izzeldin Abuelaish Michael and Amira Dan Professor of Public Health, Dalla Lana School of Global Public Health, University of Toronto
Sponsored by The Pacific Northwest Canadian Studies Consortium and Canadian Studies at Gonzaga University
Saturday, April 9
8:00-9:00 Continental Breakfast
9:00-10:15 Reflective Practice in Researching Hate Groups Rebecca Barrett-Fox University of Kansas Jennifer Schlegel Kutztown University Philosophical Perspectives on Hate Alma Espartinez-Santiago Dominican University of California Robert Gould Portland State University Hate in Prisons: Doing Time Without Hate
Ven. Thubten Chodron Sravasti Abbey
10:30-12:00 Reading Hate: Images and Discourse in the Media John Caputo Gonzaga University
Heather Crandall Gonzaga University
Alexa Dare Gonzaga University
James McPherson Whitworth University
Mary Stamp The Fig Tree
Rev. Happy Watkins New Hope Baptist Church
Session organized by the Northwest Alliance for Responsible Media
Freedom of Expression? Art & Hate - Looking at Images that Express Hate and Those that Push Against It
Rachel Dolezal Eastern Washington University

Hate and the Public Practice of Compassion
John Hancock Spokane Public Market
Kathryn Julyan Eastern Washington University
Russell Kolts Eastern Washington University
Session organized by the Friends of Compassion (Spokane)
12:15-1:15 Lunch (on your own)
1:30-3:00 Concluding Session: Building the Field of Hate Studies Plenary Speaker: Kenneth Stern Specialist on Antisemitism and Extremism, American Jewish Committee
Closing Remarks: John Shuford Director, Gonzaga University Institute for Hate Studies and Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Gonzaga University
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