November 9, 2011 6:30 pm
Visiting assistant professor of law Suzanne Katzenstein will lead the third installment of the What Are Human Rights? dinner series on November 9. Her talk, “The Pragmatic Turn in Human Rights Advocacy: Necessary Detour, Wrong Exit, or a Better Route?,” will focus on several human rights issues, including female genital cutting, child labor, and the prosecution of war criminals. Katzenstein’s research focuses on international law, particularly questions relating to international human rights law, international investment law, and international law in domestic courts, and she has a regional interest in India.
Open to Duke faculty and graduate students only.
For more information and to RSVP (by November 7), contact Amber Diaz.
Wednesday, November 9, 6:30pm
101 West Duke Building (map)