El Salvador: The Legacy of Conflict through an Interdisciplinary Lens
Friday October 24, 2014
Marquette University Law School Conference Center Room 433
8- 8:45 am Light Breakfast
8:45 am Welcome
9 am Keynote: Michael Allison, Ph.D. Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Political Science, University of Scranton (see: Central American Politics Blog and Website)
9:45 am Coffee Break
10 am Literature and Culture: Pushing Boundaries- Julia Paulk, Jason Meyler and Pilar Bellver
11 am Martyrs of the UCA: Theological Insights 25 Years Later- John Thiede, SJ and Kevin Burke, SJ
12:15 pm: What’s Next El Salvador? Lunch (Invited UG, G, staff and faculty). Each presenter will be asked to give 5 minutes on emerging research issues on their discipline related to El Salvador/Central America/Latin America
1: 30 pm Immigration/Migration (still need a name for the panel)- Ruth Ann Belknap, Grant Silva and Noelle Brigden
2:45 pm Coffee Break
3pm Talk Back: Opportunity to raise questions, issues from the day long symposium- Germán Carrillo, Anne Pasero and 2 Casa students
4pm Reception: Pupusas, etc.
See also the other tabs on this guide for relevant books, articles, and films.