Friday, April 11, 2014

Lecture by Professor Timothy Waters

Join us Friday April 11th for a Lecture with:

Timothy William Waters

“Narratives in and about the Milošević trial”

 Where:  BH 219

When: 4:45pm


 Professor Waters’ scholarly interests include the structure of the inter-state system, ethnic conflict, human rights, transitional justice, and comparative law, especially in European and Islamic contexts. His principal research involves re-defining self-determination to devise an effective right of peaceful secession. He has published extensively in leading journals of international law and international relations, including at Yale, Harvard, NYU, Virginia, and George Washington.

Waters is a frequent contributor to policy debate on international law and politics. His op-eds on Iraq, the Balkans, and international justice have appeared in the New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, Foreign Affairs and Foreign Policy. He has presented his work to universities, government bodies, and institutes in the U.S., Europe, Iran, and Israel.


Come Join Us!


For any further information, please contact:

Teuta Ismaili


Indiana University
Slavic Languages & Literatures Department
Ballantine Hall 573

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