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SHSS Sponsors First Annual Conference on Genocide Awareness

Abubakr Elnoor, conference moderator; Gregory H. Stanton, J.D., Ph.D., keynote speaker; Jason J. Campbell, Ph.D., conference facilitator; Careen Hutchinson, conference moderator.

The Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS) recently sponsored NSU’s first annual conference on Genocide Awareness and Applied Research. Facilitated by Jason J. Campbell, Ph.D., faculty member in the Department of Conflict Analysis and Resolution (DCAR), the conference was a collaborative effort between the Institute for Genocide Awareness and Applied Research (IGAAR) and NSU.

Graduate students from across the U.S., representing colleges/universities such as New York University, University of Southern California, University of Colorado, and NSU, participated in the conference. Professor Gregory H. Stanton, J.D., Ph.D., delivered the keynote address. Felice Shekar, an NSU student, won the third place prize of $100.00 for her paper titled, “Evil in Conflict from an Evolutionary Perspective.” Alida Liberman from the University of Southern California, LA, won the second place prize, a brand new Magnovox Blu-Ray player for her paper titled, “Crosses, Contestation, and Concentration Camps: Spirituality, Historical Revisionism, and Responses to Genocide.” Finally, Ian Dozier, an NSU student, won the grand prize of $500.00 for his paper titled, “Genocide: A Natural Product of Evolving Ideologies.”