HGH 367 - Genocide in Our Time

This is the course guide for HGH 367


Welcome to the HGH 367  resource guide for scholarship and sources in the study of the genocide. 

To begin your HGH 367 research, continue reading below, and use the lefthand navigation bar to locate a range of primary and secondary sources available to you both through UMA Libraries and freely on the web.

For a general introduction to research in the study of history, please visit the UMA Libraries History Research Guide.

Introduction to scholarship and research on Genocide

To help brainstorm ideas for research, or to establish a basic understanding of topics relevant to Genocide, consult the following resources:


Info about the Holocaust:

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