Conferences and Events for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
The Holocaust and Genocide Studies program maintains an online Justice After Atrocity social network with announcements about conferences and events. To learn more, email JusticeAfterAtrocity@kean.edu.
The 2017 international conference, Large-Scale Violence and Its Aftermaths: The United States and the World, held at Kean, drew more than 100 participants. The conference explored measures dealing with the global legacies of large-scale, collective violence and atrocity crimes — including crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide.
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All events, except as noted, are free ($10 suggested donation at the door) and open to the public. For directions to Kean University and to event venues, click here. Except as noted events do not require advance registration and are cosponsored by the Master of Arts in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Jewish Studies Program, Holocaust Resource Center, and Human Rights Institute. Free parking permitted in white-line spaces only.
To make these and other events possible, support us through the Kean University Foundation.