This is the digital repository for the diverse resources of Salem State University's Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies. It includes digital oral history testimony from survivors of genocide and mass atrocities, curriculum resources for educators teaching comparative genocide, war and conflict, lectures or talks by international speakers and scholars hosted at center, and original scholarship from the center faculty, researchers and visiting scholars.

Mission Statement
The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies is an interdisciplinary academic center committed to advancing research, education and public programming in the fields of Holocaust education, comparative genocide, conflict studies and human rights. Its academic, professional development and public programs aim to educate and empower students, teachers and the community to combat racism, prejudice, ethnic hatred and abuse of authority—the root causes of mass violence and atrocities.


Browse the Center For Holocaust And Genocide Studies Collections:

Holocaust And Genocide Oral Testimonies