Loyola at a Glance
Keulman speaks on peace-keeping, humanitarian intervention
December 7, 2012
Loyola University New Orleans professor and chair of the Department of Religious Studies Kenneth Keulman, Ph.D., spoke on humanitarian and military intervention during disasters at the International Studies Association Annual Convention in San Diego, April 1-4.
Keulman was on a panel focusing on peace-keeping, peace-building and humanitarian intervention. At the conference, he was also the chair and respondent on a panel, The Responsibility to Protect in the Internet Era, and was a respondent on a panel centering on peace-building and democratization.
Keulman recently returned from a sabbatical at the Center for Government and International Studies at Harvard University, where he was working on a book manuscript called “The Politics and Ethics of Humanitarian and Military Intervention.”
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