The annual international interdisciplinary workshop will bring USC scholars and graduate students from a broad range of disciplines together with 6-10 international scholars working on core issues of the annual subject of the research cluster:
Those workshops, which will last 2 days, allow USC faculty and students to engage in a wider discussion and connect with international faculty. Our aims would be to create an international research network and a possible multimedia publication — all of which would help position USC Dornsife to play a leadership role in the international field of Holocaust and genocide studies.
Second International Workshop:
Resisting the Path to Genocide: The Case of Groups
September 6 - 8, 2012
Resisting the Path to Genocide: The Case of States and Societies
May 5-7, 2011