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HIST 102S: Genocide and Gender in the Twentieth Century (Randall): Home

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The coordinating organization for the International Campaign to End Genocide (ICEG), an international coalition of organizations dedicated to educating the general public and policy makers about the causes, processes, and warning signs of genocide.

Part of the United Nations, The Office of the Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide "acts as a catalyst to raise awareness of the causes and dynamics of genocide, to alert relevant actors where there is a risk of genocide, and to advocate and mobilize for appropriate action."


History 102S- Genocide and Gender in the Twentieth Century
"History 102S explores the mass murder of populations defined by ethnicity, nationality, and race in the twentieth century, focusing largely on the killing of Armenians during WWI in the Ottoman Empire, jews and Romanies ("Gypsies") during WWII in Nazi-controlled Western and Eastern Europe, Muslim Bosnians in the 1900s after the collapse of communism  in the former Yugoslavia, and the Tutsi in 1994 in Rwanda." (from the syllabus)

This online research guide provides access to a wealth of resources useful for researching ethnic cleansing and genocide.   It will help you locate background information,  books, and scholarly articles for your research paper.  It also includes numerous primary sources that could be useful to you. 

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