Research & Student Opportunities
HGMV Interdisciplinary Graduate GroupThe Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies (CHGS) guides and mentors undergraduate and graduate students by organizing courses and workshops, offering grants and fellowships, and providing unique opportunities for interaction with leading experts in the field. CHGS also collaborates and shares expertise and resources with centers, departments and individual faculty members at the University of Minnesota, across the United States, and with international academic institutions. For funding and other student opportunities, please check out our Student and Scholar Opportunities Page on our blog.
While CHGS encourages research from all areas of Holocaust and Genocide studies, we specialize in the following subjects:
Thursday, March 7, 4:00pm, 710 Social Sciences
Maria Sanchez, Department of Political Science: "Regional Human Rights Courts as Agents and Arbiters of Transitional Justice: Comparing the European and Inter-American Courts of Human Rights" as part of our Spring 2019 HGMV workshop series.
- Post-mass violence scenarios and transitional justice
- Remembrance, representations and memory politics
- Holocaust art, literature and film
- Antisemitism studies
- Genocide and the media
CHGS welcomes undergraduate and graduate student involvement in the research, programming, and outreach work we do. Please check out the Badzin Fellowship and Holocaust, Genocide, and Mass Violence Interdisciplinary (HGMV) Graduate Group for more information on these programs. Contact us if you are interested in any of the following additional opportunities to become involved:
- Graduate Research Assistantship
- Freshman Research Program
- Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP)
- Blog writing opportunities