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1st Annual Genocide Research Symposium

Silencing Genocide in Africa and the African Diaspora


Dr. Ntihirageza, “Speechless and Silenced: A Personal Account of a Survivor of the 1972 Burundi Genocide”

Dr. Poll, “Slow Genocide: The Ogoni Challenge to the World Community”


Dr. Frankowski, “Departures: Reflections on Genocide Denial and Necro-Politics”

Dr. Libretti, “Taking the U.N. Genocide Convention Seriously: A Cultural Studies Approach to Comprehending Genocide and the Problem of Knowledge”


Dr. Eze, “Anti-imperialist Rhetoric and the Forgotten Genocide of Zimbabwe.”

Drs. Perlow and Bethea, “Structural Violence as Genocide: The Case of African Americans in Chicago”



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