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Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (CHGS) Educational Materials  [12]

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A Tale of Two Cities: CLV Waldsee in the Crucible of History and Memory

Concordia College, Introduction to Historical Inquiry course, fall of 2019 (Concordia College, 2019)
This paper will describe how between April and December 2018 Concordia Language Villages has attempted to navigate the challenges associated with the Waldsee name and assume “moral responsibility” to tackle the complexities ...

Developing Empathy Through Storytelling curriculum

Jarmin, Jaime (2019-08-15)
There is tremendous impact when teachers and school counselors have opportunities for collaboration. Cross-curricular opportunities may already exist among some content area teachers, but there is increasing potential for ...

World History Genocide Presentation Project

University of Minnesota, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (2019)
This high school world history project asks students to examine an example of genocide or mass violence from the 20 th or 21 st centuries, create a presentation, and present their work. The project begins with a mapping ...

The Armenian Genocide: The Trial of Tehlirian

University of Minnesota, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (2017)
In 1921, six years after the extermination of the Armenian peoples in Turkey, an Armenian survivor by the name of Soghomon Tehlirian murdered former Ottoman Grand Vizier Talaat Pasha on the streets of Berlin. The Grand ...

The Cambodian Genocide: Can Justice be Achieved?

University of Minnesota, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (2017)
Thirty years after the Khmer Rouge came to power in Cambodia and committed many horrific atrocities, the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) was formed to prosecute the leaders of the Khmer Rouge. ...

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