M.A. Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Anticipated graduation date April 2018
Ferst Fellowship recipient
Courses: Holocaust Historiography, Popes, Jews, and Blood: The Circulation of a Symbol, From Armenia to Auschwitz: An examination of Modern Genocide, The Holocaust and European Mass Murder, Gender and Genocide, Literature of the Holocaust, Comparative Genocide, Their Brother's Keepers: Rescuers and Righteous Gentiles, Loss and Renewal: The Aftermath of the Holocaust, The Native American Genocides.
Research Papers: "Ordinary Executioners: A Comparison of Browning and Goldhagen", "Anti-Judaism and Antisemitism during the Spanish Inquisitions", "Blood on Bear River: An Examination of Gender in the Bear River Massacre", "Gendering Rescue: An Examination of the Role of Gender in Rescue", "The Reality of Liberation: What happened at the Moment of Liberation". "The Ghetto Sings: An Examination of Culture in the Warsaw Ghetto"
Presentations: "Blood on Bear River" "The Holodomor: Stalin's Genocide".