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Religion and Public Life in the Holocaust and the Jim Crow South

Posted On August 28, 2017
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On Monday August 28, 2017, the Center for Human Rights and Democracy in collaboration with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) hosted a scholarly panel “Religion and Public Life in the Holocaust and the Jim Crow South.” This public event brought scholars from Georgia State and the USHMM together to explore the ways in… more »

Symposium on Narratives and Testimonies After Conflict

Posted On April 26, 2016
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On April 18th, scholars from GSU and universities around the country examined the complexity of transregional responses to conflict, organized around the concepts of intergenerational trauma, postmemory, collective memory, and narrative testimony at the symposium on narratives and testimonies after conflict.