The CHGS resource guides contextualize for educational purposes specific cases of genocide and incidents of mass violence. They are written by expert Ph.D. candidates and scholars from various fields. Each provides a basic overview, and includes: events that led up to the violence, local and international responses, information on key actors, important terminology, and other relevant source materials. Also included are links to other authoritative sources and materials, including those from the university collections. To view the resource guides, select from any of the menu offerings located on this page.
With so much information already available, CHGS tries to maintain a comprehensive list of resources from other university affiliates. Below are additional resources created by various UMN entities that provide access to scholarly information about the Holocaust and genocide studies:
- CHGS Collections
- University Archives and Special Collections
- UMN Libraries Resources for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (for beginning research)