Arts, culture and justice

The Carr Center explores and promotes the use of arts and culture to explore some of the most pressing human rights issues of our time. We work in collaboration with the American Repertory Theater to host public conversations on these issues with artists, academics and activists.

Hyoung Joo Kim

Hyoung Joo Kim

South Korean journalist Hyoung Joo Kim studied at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and was awarded a Master’s in Public Policy in 2015. Earlier degrees include a Master of Arts in Journalism and Communication (2013) and a Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical Engineering (2001) at Seoul National University. Last year he worked as a research fellow at the Kennedy School’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation. Before joining the Kennedy School, Hyoung Joo worked as a staff reporter at Seoul Broadcasting System, Korea’s largest commercial TV station (2004–2013). For his journalistic achievements, he won several awards, including one of the country’s most prestigious prizes, the Korean Journalist of the Month Award.

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Timothy Patrick McCarthy

Timothy Patrick McCarthy

Lecturer on History and Literature, Public Policy, and Education
Core Faculty and Director, Culture Change & Social Justice Initiatives
Faculty Convener, Emerging Human Rights Leaders Program & Host and Director, "A.R.T. of Human Rights"

Timothy Patrick McCarthy is an award-winning scholar, educator, and public servant.

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