September/October 2016 includes: From the Director and Program Coordinator, Displaced: Photos and Remembrances of Maxine Rude, State and Society in Late Imperial Austria, Can the Story be Told?, Reflections on the Unspoken, Futures, Challenges and Transformations for Transitional Justice , Necropolitics: Mass Graves and Exhumations in the Age of Human Rights, Holocaust Art: History and Commemoration, Comparative Genocide Studies and the Holocaust: Conflicting Perspectives, CHGS Celebrates Grant Recipients!, Holocaust, Genocide and Mass Violence Interdisciplinary Graduate Group, Badzin Fellowship, CHGS Blog Updates, Student Spotlight: J. Siguru Wahutu, In Memoriam: Sam Saide and Esther Ackos Winthrop, Aunt Raini, and Book Review: Fundamentals of Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention.
University of Minnesota, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies.
CHGS Newsletter - September/October 2016.
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