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Thursday, 14 November 2019
The United Nations Bookshop invites you to a discussion with the author, Vladimir Dzuro, in conversation with Ms. Pamela S. Falk, CBS New United Nations Resident Correspondent.
The Investigator: Demons of the Balkan War (University of Nebraska Press) presents a gripping account of how the investigators charged with investigating the Ovčara (Vukovar, Croatia) massacre, picked up leads that eventually led them to the gravesite where the bodies were found, in turn leading to the arrest of Slavko Dokmanović, who was one of those responsible for the massacre. The book provides a realistic picture of war crime investigations that led to the successful prosecution of a number of war criminals.
Vladimír Dzuro, worked as a criminal detective in the Czech Republic as well as with Interpol in Prague. He participated in the work of the United Nations Protection Force in the former Yugoslavia and as an investigator with the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague. He currently works as Chief of the UN Office of Internal Oversight Services in New York. He is the recipient of international as well as national awards.
Tuesday, 19 November 2019
The United Nations Bookshop invites you for a JAZZ CONCERT & BOOK SIGNING to mark the 60th anniversary of Art Kane’s legendary photograph, “A Great Day in Harlem”. Organized in cooperation with the UNSRC Jazz Society.
ART KANE: HARLEM 1958 (Wall Of Sound Editions) is a visual history of photographer Art Kane’s iconic image commonly known as A Great Day in Harlem, capturing 57 jazz musicians gathered outside a brownstone in New York. Art Kane was one of the most widely published photographers, appearing in magazines such as Life, Vogue, and Esquire. His images ranged from conceptual fashion editorials to portraits of musicians like Bob Dylan, The Who, and Janis Joplin, as well as political imagery that could be interpreted as a form of activism during the civil rights movement and Vietnam War. His photographs are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum.
Jonathan Kane is Art Kane’s son. He began his career as the 15 year old drummer of the Kane Bros. Blues Band, touring the US, opening for blues legends Muddy Waters, James Cotton, Willie Dixon and others. He has recorded over 60 records with La Monte Young’s Forever Bad Blues Band, Rhys Chatham, and leads his own minimalist blues band Jonathan Kane’s February.
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