Moral Injury in the Wizarding World

Character Study
3:15 PM, Friday 9 Aug 2019 CDT (1 hour)
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center - Phoenix Room (D162/164)
Moral injury is not a new concept, however our understanding of its impact on individuals and societies is still in its infancy. This presentation will address the importance and prevalence of moral injury in the Wizarding World. The presenters will address both the anthropological and psychological perspectives on moral injury in the world after the first Wizarding War, the second Wizarding War, and the struggle against Grindelwald. They will explore moral injury in the characters we love such as Severus Snape and Newt Scamander.
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