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Genocide: Lessons and Questions
University of Minnesota Duluth’s Center for Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights Studies hosts the workshop “Genocide: Lessons and Questions.”
Some of the sessions include “The Aftermath of the U.S. Dakota War,” presented by Joe Eggers. Ellen Kennedy, executive director of World Without Genocide presents “Germany’s Two Genocides: From Herero to the Holocaust.” Lou Ann Matossian, a Twin Cities community historian, and Artyom Tonoyan, research associate in the Modern Greek studies Program at the Institute for Global Studies at University of Minnesota Twin Cities presents “The Armenian Genocide and the Destruction of the Armenian Culture in Ottoman Turkey.” “African Media of the Rwanda Genocide and Darfur” is presented by Wahutu Siguru, a Ph.D. candidate in the sociology department of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities.
Registration is required in order to attend. To register and receive a box lunch, contact Deborah Petersen-Perlman at [email protected] by March 16. To receive Continuing Education Units, contact Betsy Rosenzweig at [email protected] no later than Thursday, March 16.