Krondorfer is Director of the Martin-Springer Institute (Northern Arizona University) and Endowed Professor (Dept. of Comparative Cultural Studies), with expertise in religion, gender & culture, reconciliation studies, and (post-) Holocaust studies. He is the recipient of the Norton Dodge Award for Scholarly and Creative Achievements. Publications include the forthcoming “Reconciliation in Global Context: Why it is Needed and How it Works” (SUNY), “Male Confessions: Intimate Revelations and the Religious Imagination” (Stanford UP), “Men and Masculinities in Christianity and Judaism” (SCM), and “Remembrance and Reconciliation” (Yale UP). He facilitates intercultural encounters on issues of conflict, memory, and reconciliation, and has been invited to lead seminars and present his work in South Africa, Australia, South Korea, Finland, Poland, UK, Italy, Israel/Palestine, Germany, Switzerland, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, Canada. He was a visiting Faculty Affiliate at University of the Free State, South Africa, delivered the Jerome Cardin Memorial Lecture at Baltimoreâ€™s Loyola University, and the William Temple Lecture at the Jaamiatul-ilm Wal-Huda (Islamic College) in the UK. He created and curated exhibits on the Jewish Ghetto in Bedzin, the Berlin Wall, and the art show â€œWounded Landscapes.â€ He currently co-curates invitational group show â€œEchoes of Loss” (Flagstaff Arts Center, 2018) and has collaborated with artist Karen Baldner on artists books, print, and installations.
Truth & Reconciliation 2018/2019
Flagstaff, AZ USA