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MARIA STARZMANN, Ph.D.

Project Manager United Nations

Maria Theresia Starzmann holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology from Binghamton University and has more than ten years of active research experience. She joined the RLS–NYC team after completing a Volkswagen Fellowship at MoMA PS1. Maria’s work focuses on issues of civil and human rights, women’s rights, global politics, and a just socio-ecological transition. She has published extensively, including the co-edited volume Excavating Memory: Sites of Remembering and Forgetting (2016), a compilation of multidisciplinary approaches to memory and restorative justice, which was nominated for the National Council on Public History Book Award.

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The Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung—New York Office is proud to support the conference "Organiser la résistance," presented by the Canadian group Collectif La grande transition. From May 24-26, guest speakers from Québec, Canada, England, France, Spain, and the USA will gather in Montreal to discuss strategies and means to implement in order to organize the resistance for changing the world, here and...
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ORGANIZE THE RESISTANCE

The Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung—New York Office is proud to support the conference “Organiser la résistance,” presented by the Canadian group Collectif La grande transition. From May 24-26, guest speakers from Québec, Canada, England, France, Spain, and the USA will gather in Montreal to discuss strategies and means to implement in order to organize the resistance for changing the world, here and now. For more information please visit: lagrandetransition.net PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE FRIDAY MAY......
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