Symposium: My Lai and Moral Injury
Posted on March 9, 2018 by Susan McCready
On March 16, 2018, in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the My Lai Massacre, one of the darkest events in America's war in Vietnam, the Center for the Study of War and Memory will hold a symposium at the USA Faculty Club. The event will include presentations by members of USA's faculty, remarks by Dr. Jennifer Haytock, Professor and Chair, Department of English, SUNY Brockport, a noted scholar of women’s and war literatures, and several round table discussions. One will feature Professor Haytock and Frye Gaillard; another, involving the experiences of veterans and focusing on moral injury and healing, will be directed by USA's Dr. Joseph Currier, a practicing psychologist with a scholarly and professional interest in moral and spiritual trauma and healing.
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