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Interdisciplinary Humanities

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Bearing Exquisite Witness: Artistic Tributes to Women's Struggles for Peace and Justice

Event Start DateThursday, September 24, 2009 – Saturday, September 26, 2009
Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice Theater
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Readings include:

Dog and Wolf by Catherine Filloux, directed by Carrie Klewin, Theatre Arts faculty; with Robert Barry Fleming, director of Theatre Arts program; Seema Sueko, artistic director of Mo'Olelo Performing Arts Company; and Sandra Troy-Ellis, film and stage actor.
When Joseph, an American asylum lawyer took the case of Jasmina, a human rights worker and refugee from Bosnia, he didn't realize the emotional and moral questions he would confront. Follow Joseph as he learns the true meaning of asylum.

Maria Kazito by Erik Ehn, directed by Delicia Turner Sonnenberg, artistic director of Moxie Theatre Company.
Based on true events that occurred during the 1994 Rwandan genocide, the story unfolds of Maria, a Rwandan Benedictine nun who was sentenced to 12 years in prison for active involvement in the death of 5,000 to 7,000 people. Maria's story is one of devotion, religious faith and dementia, and the moment when these convictions form a dangerous alliance.

For information on ticket prices, call Theatre Arts at (619) 260-4171 or the Hahn University Center box office at (619) 260-2727.

ContactInstitute For Peace & Justice | ipj@sandiego.edu | (619) 260-7509