Chameria Issue: International Perspectives and Insights for a Peaceful Resolution
AAOC's First International Conference on Chameria
... Saturday, November 12, 2011
The post-WWII and post-Cold War period have been a period of ethnic conflict, which, amongst other things has manifested itself in the ways of wars and continuous tensions in Southeastern Europe. After Kosovo's independence, how has the continuous presence of Chameria issue affected the regional peace in the region, and what can be done to achieve a peaceful solution to the ethnic Albanians issue in the Balkans? Abstracts or paper drafts are welcomed on topics that are specific or relevant to the Chameria issue or other ethnic minorities in Greece, and Greek-Albanian relations in general. Detailed program information will be published soon.
All inquiries regarding conference details should be sent to: chameriaorganization@gmail
For Questions and Directions you may contact AAOC administrators:
Endri Merxhushi at 1-973-449-7172
Sali Bollati at 1-347-268-4388
Special guest panelists will include Prof. James Pettifer from the UK, member of the Oxford University History Faculty & St Cross College and Stanley J. Seeger Research Fellow at Princeton University; Prof. Sali Bollati, and other international academics and representatives.
You are welcome to participate in this educational and cultural event where topics of ethnic conflict and justice will bring awareness to the American and Albanian people and the international arena
Admission to the event is free.
University Center Theatre Hall
11 am - 2:00 pm.
1000 Morris Avenue
Union, New Jersey 07083