Founded in January 1998 to expand the work begun in 1994 by Yale University’s Cambodian Genocide Program, the Genocide Studies Program at Yale’s MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies conducts research, seminars and conferences on comparative, interdisciplinary, and policy issues relating to the phenomenon of genocide, and has provided training to researchers from afflicted regions, including Cambodia, Rwanda, and East Timor.

For more information about the program, please see the “About” page.

The Program also maintains a Vimeo web site, which features 148 video interviews.

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Case Study   Theme   Resource
Amazon Crimes Against Humanity Audio & Video
Ancient Genocides Genocide, general or comparative Bibliographies
Armenian Genocide GIS & Remote Sensing Databases
Cambodian Genocide Justice & Prosecutions GSP Books
Colonial Genocides MADE (Mass Atrocities in the Digital Era) Journals
East Timor Prevention Maps & Satellite Images
Guatemala Rescue Publications
Holocaust Resistance Related Websites
Indonesia Trauma Transcripts
Iraq/Yazidi Truth Commissions  
Other War Crimes
Rohingya genocide (Myanmar)
Rwanda: Genocide against the Tutsi
Uyghur persecution
Yugoslavia (Former)



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