The Master of Arts in Holocaust and Genocide Studies program at Kean University is inviting proposals and applications for the spring and fall. For information about the program, click here.
Call for Papers The MA in Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Kean University, in the New York City Metropolitan Area, is convening a master seminar on Thursday and Friday, April 10-11, for college and university seniors who are studying or have studied genocide in its many aspects. The seminar is also inviting course instructors and advisers to submit proposals. The two-day seminar, which will take place in the university's Human Rights Institute, will feature an international scholar in residence from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Accepted papers will be published in an E-book anthologized by the MA in Holocaust and Genocide Studies program. Participants will be expected to cover travel costs as well as a $200 registration fee that includes meals, overnight accommodations, shuttle service, and materials.
Submit a 250 word abstract by March 1 with your name or the names of the PI and other investigators, plus your college or university affiliation, to Rebecca Posna, assistant to the director, at email@example.com. We will respond with our decisions by March 8 and assist participants with travel arrangements.
Applications for admission The Master of Arts in Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Kean University is Inviting applications for the fall, 2014, semester. The program is one of three of its kind in the United States and the one closest to New York City, a center of human rights activity.
28 degree candidates from colleges and universities throughout the United States are currently enrolled in courses or writing their masters degree theses in comparative genocide. The program is committed to blending scholarship with activism and, toward that end, sponsors an internship program, partners with the UK's University of Leicester School of Law human rights program (LLM), and organizes summer study delegations to locations abroad where genocide occurred. Collaborating with the university's Human Rights Institute and Holocaust Resource Center, our program commissions visiting scholars, organizes conferences and seminars, and prepares degree candidates for other conferences.
Click here for more information about the program or email Dr. Dennis Klein, director, MA in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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