On April 17-18, 2015,
The Moral Injury Project at Hendricks Chapel held a two-day conference entitled:
“What Did You Fight For, What did you Bring Home: Moral Injury in the Lives of Military Veterans” in 500 Hall of Languages.
This two-day conference brought local, regional, and national scholars, clinical practitioners, writers, and artists to address the psychological, spiritual, and artistic dimensions of Moral Injury among veterans. Moral Injury is the damage done to one’s conscience or moral compass when one perpetrates, witnesses, or fails to prevent acts that transgress one’s own moral and ethical values/codes of conduct/understanding.
In addition to specific panels, the conference included an art exhibit by veterans at 914 Works on 914 E. Genesee Street and a literary reading by members of the Syracuse Veterans’ Writing Group as well as other guest writers.
- Press contacts and other queries about the conference and other programs should always be directed to the Moral Injury Project Coordinator, Andrew Miller firstname.lastname@example.org.
Veterans Resource Center
Institute for Veterans & Military Families
Office of the Vice Chancellor of Veterans & Military Affairs
The Psychology Department
David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics
Hendricks Chapel & Chaplaincies
Student Veterans Association
Women’s & Gender Studies
The English Department
The Writing Program
Le Moyne Departments of:
Peace & Global Studies
The Jesuit Community
The McDevitt Center