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The Berkeley Human Rights Seminar is pleased to announce its first event of the year. All are welcome

How and Why Did Genocide Become a Non-Political Crime? A. Dirk MosesProfessor and Chair in Global and Colonial History, European UniversityInstitute The tentative international reaction to the mass... Read more »

3rd Global Conference on Genocide by the International Network of Genocide Scholars at San Francisco State University

Seventy years after the infamous Wannsee Conference, a landmark on the road to the attempted annihilation of European Jewry, genocide is now a crime under international law, and genocide memory and... Read more »

Joseph Slaughter Presents Human Rights, Inc.: The World Novel, Narrative Form, and International Law (Fordham, 2007)

On October 12, 2012, Joseph Slaughter, Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University, joined UC Berkeley faculty members Donna V. Jones, Robert Kaufman, and Kent... Read more »

Berkeley Human Rights Program Speaker Series, Spring 2013 Program

  Thursday, February 14, 4-5:30pm Michael Rosen (Harvard), discussing his book, Dignity: Its History and Meaning (Harvard 2012) in conversation with Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann (History), Zachary Manfredi... Read more »

Michael Rosen Presents Dignity: Its History and Meaning (Harvard, 2012)

  On February 14, 2013, Michael Rosen, Professor of Government at Harvard University, joined Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann (History), Hans Sluga (Philosophy), and Zachary Manfredi (Rhetoric) for a... Read more »

2014-15 Postdoctoral Fellowship, Berkeley Human Rights Program

The Human Rights Program at the University of California, Berkeley is accepting applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow/Lecturer position for the 2014-2015 academic year. We are seeking an academic... Read more »

Robert Reich Delivers the 15th Annual Mario Savio Memorial Lecture

"All of you, right now, understand intuitively that if we allow America to continue in the way it is going ... that the bullies would be in charge. You understand how important it is to fight the... Read more »

HRI Core Course, "The History and Practice of Human Rights," offered in Fall

The introductory course for the Human Rights Interdisciplinary Minor, "The History and Practice of Human Rights" (History C187), is offered once every academic year. The course will be taught next in... Read more »