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Stockton was the first four-year institution of higher education in the United States to offer a Master of Arts in Holocaust and Genocide Studies. 

Pomona, United States
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The Master of Arts in Holocaust and Genocide Studies (MAHG) at Stockton University offers an interdisciplinary and wide-ranging education on genocide and mass violence. The program prepares its graduates for employment in education, museums, and organizations that aim to stop and prevent mass atrocities. The MAHG program’s diverse and growing faculty work to ensure the success of our students. Two faculty members are devoted solely to Holocaust and Genocide Studies (Elisa von Joeden-Forgey and Raz Segal), with an additional core faculty member from the history program (Michael Hayse), and three associated faculty members from the programs in communications (Christina Morus), political science (Lauren Balasco), and social work (Elma Kaiser). We also host a distinguished senior visiting scholar every year.


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