Genocide, mass atrocities, crimes against humanity and their prevention stand at the core of the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Home to a uniquely rich undergraduate program and a landmark doctoral program, the Strassler Center is the first and only institute of its kind. Since it was established in 1998, it has gained international standing as the sole program to train students for Ph.D. degrees in Holocaust History and Genocide Studies. The Center's growth and development demonstrate that a small research university can achieve excellence and broad regard with a flagship program.
Read about the Center's activities in our 2013-2014 Year End Report.
Year End Report
Faculty and student research projects shed light on many aspects of genocide and the Holocaust. Striving to bring knowledge to bear on these complex subjects, Strassler Center activities demonstrate the real world implications that past atrocities have on our present and future. Read more in our Year End Report.
Public programs and lectures engage the world in which we live.
The Third International Graduate Students' Conference on Genocide Studies: The State of Research 100 Years after the Armenian Genocide will gather an international group of graduate students and recent PhD recipients to present their research. The keynote address will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the events of 1915.
The Graduate School of Geography and the Strassler Center launch a new doctoral track in Geography and Genocide.