The Impact of Lustration and Vetting Measures in Post-Communist Central and Eastern Europe
Reflections 30 years after the transition

History @ Erasmus seminar: Cynthia Horne

Start date

Thursday, 12 Dec 2019, 15:30

End date

Thursday, 12 Dec 2019, 17:30

Room
1-23
Building
Polak Building
Location
Campus Woudestein

Dr. Cynthia Horne is Professor in the Political Science Department at Western Washington University. Currently she is a visiting research fellow at the NIOD Institute of War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies.

She investigates assessments of transitional justice measures and how transitional justice has affected a variety of state building and societal reconciliation goals, such as creating trustworthy public institutions, supporting democratization and good governance, reducing corruption and facilitating interpersonal trust and robust civil societies.

Organisation

History @ Erasmus and Center for Historical Culture

Location

Polak Building room 1-23
Campus Woudestein Rotterdam

More information

Moderator: Prof. dr. Maria Grever

To sign in, please email to: vandenheede@eshcc.eur.nl