Though it may seem like a global pandemic and the genocide of a people have very little in common, the long-lingering effects of trauma on survivors are similar. [7 min read]
Wolf Gruner, founding director of the Center for Advanced Genocide Research at USC Shoah Foundation — The Institute for Visual History and Education, began his quest to build a Holocaust library as soon as he arrived at USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences a decade ago. [5¼ min read]
Through his pioneering use of small satellite technology to accurately detect and document evidence of human rights violations, Andrew Marx of the Spatial Sciences Institute at USC Dornsife works to prevent genocide. [3 ¾ min read]
Based at USC Dornsife, USC Shoah Foundation — The Institute for Visual History and Education develops technology that allows audiences to interact with the recorded image of a genocide survivor.
Sociologist Donald Miller sees a path to strengthening core values following one of the nation’s most horrific mass-shooting tragedies.
Stephen D. Smith has been installed as the Andrew J. and Erna Finci Viterbi USC Shoah Foundation Executive Director Chair.
USC Shoah Foundation and FAFG co-launch a testimony project to shine light on the Guatemalan Genocide of the early 1980s.
The director of USC Dornsife’s Institute of Armenian Studies recounts a dark, unresolved chapter of Turkish history.
During April, the USC Shoah Foundation will release survivor and witness testimony clips to honor the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.