will take place at Princeton University on March 3rd and 4th, 2017.
The opening and closing panels will be free and open to the public in McCosh 50.
Live streamed at https://mediacentrallive.pr
“Who is a Refugee and Therefore Who Am I?”
Friday, March 3, 4:30 PM
Andrea Bartoli (Community of Sant’Egidio,
Dean of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall)
Joel Charny (Director, Norwegian Refugee Council-USA)
Reverend Seth Kaper-Dale (Pastor, Reformed Church of Highland Park)
Professor Dan-el Padilla Peralta (Assistant Professor of Classics, Princeton University)
Sana Mustafa (Activist)
with opening remarks by Liz Lempert, Mayor of the Municipality of Princeton
“Once a Refugee, Always a Refugee?
Saturday, March 4, 2:15 PM
Katherine Marshall (Senior Fellow, Berkley Center
for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, Georgetown University)
Claudio Betti (Assistant to the President, Community of Sant’Egidio)
Ashley Feasley (Director of Policy, US Conference of Catholic Bishops)
Sarah Sayeed (Senior Advisor, NYC Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit)
Mamadou Sy (Executive Director of Refugee and Immigrant Services, Lutheran Social Services)
with closing remarks by Tracy K. Smith, Roger S. Berlin ’52 Professor of the Humanities,
Director and Professor of Creative Writing at Princeton University
The closing panel will be followed by an interfaith ceremony.
To find out more about our conference, please visit our website:
or contact Maya Wahrman at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.