Center for Holocaust, Genocide & Human Rights Studies

June 2020 Study Abroad to Germany and Poland just announced! 

More information here about "A Holocaust Journey," June 16-26, 2020.

August 2019: HGHR steering committee members John Cox and Amal Khoury, with long-time HGHR professor Dr. Sarah Minslow, have sigend a contract with Routledge to co-edit a book on genocide-denial, based on our April 2019 conference.

Denial: the Final Stage of Genocide? will be published in 2020 and include contributions from well-established as well as emerging scholars. 

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Denial: The Final Stage of Genocide

First International Conference of the Center of Holocaust, Genocide & Human Rights Studies

The conference was attended by more than 130 people, including scholars and activists from 12 countries. A conference-proceedings book will be published in 2020, and we are working with colleagues in Sarajevo to hold a second conference on "denial" in June 2020.


Photograph of two young Pima Indian school girls, ca.1900. Behind them a wire and wood post fence is visible. Photographer: Pierce, C.C. (Charles C.), 1861-1946. Wikimedia Commons. An example of forced assimilation and cultural genocide.


The Center for HGHR Studies is launching an undergraduate research journal this Fall (2019). Stay tuned!