September/October 2015 includes: From the Director, Welcome to Demetrios Vital, Michiko Harada, Artisit Daniel Blaufuks, The Great Fire at Smyrna and the Genocide of the Ottoman Greek and Armenian Population, Embodying Empathy, Teaching Genocide: Lessons, Resources, Experiences - a Workshop for Educators, GLOS 5900: Genocide and Holocaust: The History of Events and Concepts, Funding for Holocaust Studies Research, Calls for Papers, Holocaust, Genocide, and Mass Violence Interdisciplinary Graduate Group, In the Field: Articles by Young Scholars, Interview with Joachim Savelsberg: Representing Mass Violence: Conflicting Responses to Human Rights Violations in Darfur, Books of the Month: Representing Mass Violence and The Great Fire, and Community Events: Films at the Twin Cities Jewish Film Festival.
University of Minnesota, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies.
CHGS Newsletter - September/October 2015.
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