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Doctoral Program

An interdisciplinary institute, the Strassler Center offers a doctoral degree specialization through the Department of History.

The ability to conduct original research and to generate new knowledge is the hallmark of scholarship. Graduate students enrolled at the Strassler Center achieve a deep understanding of their area of specialization, learn relevant methodologies and historiography, and develop the skills needed for independent research. The Ph.D. program aims to prepare Holocaust and genocide scholars as well as future leaders, human rights advocates, and decision makers in government bureaucracies, corporations, and NGOs.

The program offers students a range of courses covering a spectrum of topics pertaining to the history of the Holocaust, the Armenian Genocide, and comparative genocide.

 

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Graduate students are expected, through disciplined and rigorous application, to fulfill the program requirements in five years. A number of our students receive fellowships from Claims Conference (fellowships.claimscon.org) and other foundations to support their studies.

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For further information, please contact:

Mary Jane Rein, Executive Director, mrein@clarku.edu