MADLAB researcher testifies before The Hague on propaganda and violence
Christine Lillie, a postdoctoral researcher in neuroscience with the Kenan Institute for Ethics’ MADLAB, recently spoke at the Hague on her research connecting the revenge-fueled speeches of Vojislav Seselj, a nationalist Serbian politician, to conditions of mass violence and genocide. Seselj is currently on trial for his actions during the wars in former Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
For more information on her project and its implications for future trials, see Duke Today’s article. Visit the Moral Attitudes and Decision-Making at KIE site to learn more about all of the MADLAB’s current researchers and projects.