A Very Warm Reminder
Annual HumanDHS Workshop
Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict
December 5 - 6, 2013
Columbia University, Teachers College 

This is our very warm, last reminder about our upcoming Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, December 5 - 6, 2013, Room 179 Grace Dodge Hall, Columbia University,Teachers College, in New York City (525 West 120th Street, NYC, subway 1, exit 116th Street). Registration begins at 9:00 AM; the workshop begins at 10:00 AM. 


You will find all of the latest details about the workshop at:
We are delighted to be celebrating the 10th year of this workshop series! In honor of this milestone, we have chosen a special theme, Beyond Humiliation and Violence: The Urgency of Educating for Dignity. This honors our community's commitment to bringing greater dignity into the lives of all people through global education. We especially encourage all of you to join us in thanking our honorary convener, Morton Deutsch, and our colleagues at the International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution for their ongoing support of this annual workshop! 
We are also thrilled to announce that our Public Event will include contributions by Associate Professor Dr. Inga Bostad, incoming Director of the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights at the University of Oslo, Norway, and Maggie O'Neill, Principal and Professor of Criminology at Ustinov College at Durham University in England. We warmly invite you to bring family, friends, and colleagues to this special event, Thursday, December 5, 5:00 - 7:00 PM, in Milbank Chapel. Please see the poster below.
Many of you have already registered, and your name is already listed on the workshop webpage. We welcome you most warmly! You may wish to check whether your biographical sketch is on our website, and, if yes, is it up to date?
For those of you who would still like to join us and have not yet registered, please kindly send a message to: workshops@humiliationstudies.org. We would be delighted to hear from you by November 25th or sooner.

Again, we are looking forward to warmly welcoming you to our workshop. Your participation will make this an event that strengthens all of our efforts to bring greater dignity into the world!


With appreciation and admiration,


Evelin Lindner, MD, Ph.D.s, Founding President, Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies

Linda Hartling, Ph.D., Director, Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies

Tonya Hammer, Ph.D., Conference Coordinator