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Image The Center for the Study of Genocide, Conflict Resolution, and Human
Rights is pleased to announce the seventh event in its Fall 2010 speaker
series on HUMANITARIANISM, a question and answer author forum:

Question and Answer Author Forum

Thursday, November 11, 2010
6:45-8:30pm


Irving Louis Horowitz

Hannah Arendt Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Sociology and
Political Science, Rutgers, New Brunswick&  Chairman of the Board,
Transaction Publishers

Dana Room
4th Floor, Dana Library.
Rutgers University, Newark

Dr. Irving Louis Horowitz is the Hannah Arendt Distinguished University
Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Political Science at Rutgers, The
State University of New Jersey. He is also chairman of the board and
editorial director of Transaction Publishers at the University. David
Riesman called him "Simply a national treasure." William Form, former
editor of the American Sociological Review has lauded him for "Making a
larger contribution to fundamental theory in social development and
political sociology than any individual in the profession." Carl Gershman,
president of the National Endowment for Democracy, noted "That the empire
of truth and information that Transaction has built is a tremendous
accomplishment." The founder of The Free Press, Jeremiah Kaplan identified
Horowitz as "One of the most eminent social science publishers of our
time." He is the author of Taking Lives: Genocide and State Power among
many other books.

This event is held as part of CGCHR's new Program on Environment,
Sustainable Development, and Peace-building and Fall 2010 Speaker Series
on Humanitarianism.

For directions to the Dana Room, which is located on the fourth floor
of Dana Library, please see: http://www.newark.rutgers.edu/maps/

For more information on the Center for the Study of Genocide, Conflict
Resolution, and Human Rights and its initiatives, please see the attached
poster and visit:  http://cghr.newark.rutgers.edu/

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