Memory, Trauma, and Human Rights at the Crossroads of Art and Science

This project brings together team members from the University, community, and research institutions abroad to better understand the impacts of traumatic memory upon individuals and societies and to critically engage the issues of how we come to terms with and heal from trauma, seek accountability for human rights abuses that led to severe trauma, and mitigate future traumatization.

Laura Alcoba, "El cuchillito de mango de asta" o recordar desde el cuerpo."

Paul Armstrong, "Neuroscience and Narrative"

Maria Veeronica Svetaz, “The Border is Everywhere: Tales from a Local MN Provider working with Transnational Families, while Growing One of Her Own”