Organization Chart

CITY FOR THE CULTURES OF PEACE

ORGANIZATION CHART

 

STEERING COMMITTEES

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
international cooperation, programs & projects
SCIENTIFIC AND ARTISTIC ADVISORS
AWARDS FOR THE CULTURES OF PEACE
AWARDS JURY
HONORARY LEGAL ADVISORS
THE HONORARY MEMBERS

 

CITY FOR THE CULTURES OF PEACE

STEERING COMMITTEES

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Amy Colin, Founding President of the City for the Cultures of Peace; German Literature Professor, University of Pittsburgh, USA; Henry L. Gates, Jr., Alphonse Fletcher University Professor, Director of the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research, Harvard University, Member of the CCP Honorary Council, USA; Patrick Imbert, Vice-President of the City for the Cultures of Peace; Professor of French, University Research Chair Holder: Canada, University of Ottawa, Canada; Nina Scribanu, Professor of Pediatrics, Georgetown University Medical Center, USA; Michel Wieviorka, EHESS-Research Director in Sociology, Administrative Director of the Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Director of the Collège d’Études Mondiales, Paris, France; Robert Zinn, Esq., Partner, K & L Gates, USA; senior legal advisor of the international organization.

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SENIOR SCIENTIFIC AND ARTISTIC ADVISORS

Michael Abramovici, Professor of Computer Technology Design, Bochum University, President of the Berliner Circle, Germany, Focal Theme: Technology and Interdisciplinary Studies; Aharon Appelfeld, Israel-Prize Winner, Professor of Literature, Ben-Gourion University, Israel, Focal Theme: Literature and Peace; Darlene Berkovitz, President of the Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society, Pittsburgh, USA; Focal Theme: Music and Musicology; Amy Colin, President of the City for the Cultures of Peace, German Literature Professor, University of Pittsburgh, USA; Focal Themes: Cultures of Peace; Shoah Studies; Peter Demetz, Sterling Professor of German and Comparative Literature, Yale University, USA; Focal Theme: Literature and Cultures of Peace; Michael Finkenthal, Physics Professor, The Johns Hopkins University, USA/The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel; Focal Theme: Interdisciplinary Studies; Henry L. Gates, Alphonse Fletcher University Professor, Harvard University, USA; Focal Theme: African Culture in its Global Dynamics; Alain Goldschläger, Professor of French, Western University, Canada; Focal Theme: Genocide Studies; Geoffrey Hartman, Sterling Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Yale University, USA; Focal Theme: Shoah Studies; Patrick Imbert, Professor of French, University Research Chair Holder: Canada, University of Ottawa, Canada; Focal Themes: Exclusion in Plural Societies; Latin American Studies; Elke Leonhard, Honorary President of the German Parliamentary Association, former Member of the German Federal Parliament (1990-2005) and Head of the Committee for Culture and Media, Berlin, Germany; Roberto Martinez, former Director of the Fundacion L. M. Marin, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Focal Theme: Caribbean Studies; Yvonne Bezerra de Mello, President of the Foundation Projeto UERÊ, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Focal Theme: Children at Risk; Julius H. Schoeps, History and Political Science Professor, Director of the Moses Mendelssohn Center, University of Potsdam, Germany; Focal Theme: German-Jewish Intellectual History and Culture; Nina Scribanu, Professor of Pediatrics, Child Development, Georgetown University Medical Center; Focal Theme: Children and Youth at Risk; Michel Wieviorka, EHESS-Research Director in Sociology, Administrative Director of the Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Director of the Collège d’Études Mondiales, Paris, France; Focal Theme: Global Studies.

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AWARDS FOR THE CULTURES OF PEACE

AWARDS JURY

Amy Colin, President of the City for the Cultures of Peace; Peter Demetz, Sterling Professor of German and Comparative Literature, Yale University, USA; Patrick Imbert, Vice-President of the Cité, Representative of its Board of Scientific and Artistic Directors; University Research Chair Holder: Canada, University of Ottawa, Canada; Elke Leonhard, Honorary President of the German Parliamentary Association, former Member of the German Federal Parliament (1990-2005) and Head of the Committee for Culture and Media.

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HONORARY SENIOR LEGAL ADVISORS

Claudio Codoni, lawyer, Lugano, Switzerland; George Ragovis, Esq., lawyer, Washington DC, USA; Hans Arno Rheingans, M.B.A., lawyer, Düsseldorf, Germany; Robert Zinn, Esq., lawyer, Partner, K & L Gates, USA.

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