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Holocaust Lecture Series seeks volunteers for genocide prevention simulation Jan. 20–21

Jan. 5, 2018—The Vanderbilt Holocaust Lecture Series seeks participants in a realistic genocide prevention simulation.

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Annual Holocaust Lecture Series at Vanderbilt University to focus on role of gender in genocide

Oct. 7, 2015—Now in its 38th year, Vanderbilt's 2015 Holocaust Lecture Series will focus on the gender dynamics among perpetrators, victims, bystanders and witnesses.

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Thirty-sixth Holocaust Lecture Series to examine genocide

Oct. 2, 2013—This year, the 36th annual Holocaust Lecture Series at Vanderbilt will examine the enduring saga of genocide.

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The Hill: Remembering the chemical atttacks against the Kurds

Mar. 29, 2013—Twenty-five years ago this March, Iraqi forces coordinated a calculated campaign of genocide against the Kurds, an atrocity that should remind the world that it must rally to the aid of those who suffer from brutal regimes, writes Michael Newton, professor of the practice of law.

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25th anniversary of Kurdish genocide holds lessons to prevent atrocities in Syria today

Mar. 13, 2013—This week marks the 25th anniversary of the gas attacks on the Kurdish village of Halabja, Iraq, at the hand of Saddam Hussein that killed at least 5,000 civilians. Vanderbilt University international criminal and humanitarian law expert Michael Newton says lessons learned from the Halabja attack could help the persecuted Kurds being attacked in Syria today.

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Holocaust Lecture Series examines enduring saga of genocide

Sep. 7, 2012—The Holocaust Lecture Series will examine the enduring saga of genocide through insightful and provocative lectures and films.

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