Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention

 

I-GMAP

The Institute seeks to prevent genocides and other mass atrocities by leveraging the expertise of multiple disciplines and helping to bridge the gap between the worlds of scholarship and practice.

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Academics

Academics

A new undergraduate minor in Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention has been approved as Binghamton University's first University-wide minor and is now available.

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Research

Research

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Research

Conference

Conference

Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP) Annual Conference: Frontiers of Prevention

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News

I-GMAP Practitioner-in-Residence Tamara Reps Freeman holds recital/lecture on Holocaust Songs of Hope and Spiritual Resistance

On March 7th at the Binghamton University Art Museum, Dr. Tamara Reps Freeman presented her recital/lecture titled Holocaust Songs of Hope and Spiritual Resistance: The Music and Stories of Ghetto and Lagern Prisoners.

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 I-GMAP Assistant Director Stephen Capobianco Speaks to Congregation Kol Ami

Stephen Capobianco, assistant director, speaks on a panel titled "Never Again? Changing the Paths of Genocides and Mass Atrocities" and leads a breakout session with event participants.

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Nadia Rubaii

Nadia Rubaii is professor of public administration and co-director of the Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention. Her research examines the internal and external factors that contribute to the effectiveness of master's degree programs intended for public and nonprofit sector professionals.

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