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The 2nd biennial Summer Institute for Genocide Studies at the Keene State College in Keene, New Hampshire (US). Keene State, a public liberal arts institution, is home to the Cohen Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, one of the nation’s oldest Holocaust resource centers in the United States.
WHEN / WHERE
June 4-8, 2018, New Hampshire.
Drawing on a global range of historical case studies, and current crisis spots, the 2018 Summer Institute will focus on the study, research and teaching of genocide prevention across all phases of the conflict cycle:
- preventing genocide from ever taking place (upstream prevention or the “before” analysis of risk factors and warning signs),
- preventing further atrocities once genocide has begun (midstream prevention or the immediate, real-time response tools available during crisis), and
- preventing future atrocities once a society has begun to rebuild after genocide (downstream prevention or the “after” efforts to foster resiliency in a post-atrocity society).
To apply for the 2018 Summer Institute, please send a (a) statement of interest, (b) list of related courses or modules currently taught (or interested in developing), and (c) CV to Dr. Ashley Greene at email@example.com. The application deadline is January 19, 2018 with selection decisions communicated by February 5, 2018.
Due to a generous gift from the Charles E. Scheidt Family Foundation, the Summer Institute is funded to provide fellows five nights of single lodging in a recently-opened air-conditioned campus dormitory, food for the entirety of the institute, and a $800 fellowship stipend.
The institute is funded to allow for 18 participants. Participants are expected to be at the institute for its duration (arrival on Sunday afternoon/evening June 3 by 5PM and departure after 1PM on Friday afternoon June 8).