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Friday, April 8 • 1:45pm - 2:15pm
Designing Monuments to Keep Memories Alive: How Should We Memorialize Victims of Hate Crimes?

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How should we pay tribute to those killed in acts of hateful violence? By examining tragedies and memorial efforts specific to Wyoming, like the Rock Springs Massacre of 1885 (28 Chinese miners killed) and Matthew Shepard’s murder over a century later, this session explores the aspirations and challenges of creating meaningful memorials. 

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Luling Osofsky

Lecturer, Dept of Mechanical Engineering and Synergy First Year Seminars, University of Wyoming
I currently teach writing to engineering majors, and recently taught a first year seminar on activist art in America, from 1960 to the present. I'm interested in the architecture and design of memorials-- and the many choices we make, consciously or not, in our efforts to remember or forget.


Friday April 8, 2016 1:45pm - 2:15pm
Family Room UW Student Union

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