Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies

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In the Media

New English Review
Meet Taner Akcam, Anti-Denialist by Dexter Van Zile

The New York Times
Kaloosdian Mugar Professor Taner Akcam's opinion piece turkeys-human-rights-hypocrisy

The BBC
The Strassler Center's Taner Akçam is interviewed for historical background on the the developing diplomacy between Turkey and Armenia.

The Armenian Reporter
The daily Taraf, acclaimed as "Turkey's most courageous newspaper," published an interview with Taner Akçam.

Armenian Weekly
Read about "The State of the Art of Armenian Genocide Research" conference at qaranta.de, in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, and in The Armenian Weekly >>
Taner Akçam tours Iran to launch the Farsi translation of his book, A Shameful Act

asbarez.com
Conference on Denial Brings Together Natural and Social Scientists

Asbury Park Press (N.J.)
Debórah Dwork's keynote address to the Annual Council of Holocaust Educators is featured.

Boston Globe
Dwork quoted in Boston Globe article about seminar for Catholic school teachers.

The Associated Press and Boston Globe profile the Strassler Center and its unique Ph.D. program in the Psychology of Genocide.

Boston University Radio WBUR
WBUR interviews Taner Akçam for Amnesty International's 50th anniversary.

CBS Sunday Morning
Debórah Dwork is interviewed for a segment titled "Hiding in Plain Sight," about a Holocaust survivor who reunites with her Albanian protector.

Chicago Public Radio
Taner Akçam interviews on Chicago Public Radio regarding Turkey's arrest of military officers.

The Guardian
Thomas Kuehne wrote an op-ed in "The Guardian" for Holocaust Remembrance Day

The Huffington Post
Read Debórah Dwork's article "Surge in Economic Refugees Will Test Community Resources" in the Huffington Post.

The New Republic
Adam Kirsch, a senior editor of The New Republic, reviews Flight From the Reich, Debórah Dwork's latest book co-authored with Robert Jan van Pelt.

The New York Times
Kofi A. Annan, former U.N. secretary general, editorializes about “The Global Prevention of Genocide: Learning from the Holocaust” conference, in which Center Director Deborah Dwork participated.

The Salem (Mass.) News
Ilana Offenberger is interviewed about her work towards a 2010 doctorate in Holocaust History and Genocide Studies.

The Savage Nation Interview with Debórah Dwork
Listen to an interview with Director Debórah Dwork on "The Savage Nation with Michael Savage."