Syrian boy plays the violin at refugee encampment, Edirne, Turkey, September 2015
2017 Summer Institute, July 16-22
An intensive one-week residential institute that brings educators together from around the United States and Europe. Online Registration Opens January 2017.
The Cohen Center serves as a research and resource center for the teaching of the Holocaust and genocide through Keene State College’s academic programs. The center also provides materials for educators at the elementary, middle school, and high school levels.
- For Students
We support the College’s undergraduate major and minor programs in Holocaust and Genocide Studies.
- For Educators
We provide resources for teachers striving to help students learn about the Holocaust and genocide and to reflect upon the moral and ethical questions raised by those difficult realities.
An extensive list of categorized links to educational resources on a wide range of topics related to the Holocaust, genocide, and human rights.
Peruse our classroom presentations and in-service programs designed for teachers at all levels, then contact us to schedule a presentation. More about Classroom Presentations and Training for Educators
The Cohen Center is home to one-of-a-kind artifacts, personal histories, and media resources. These resources are available for review and study by Keene State Students and the general public. More about Collections & Videos
The Cohen Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies is one of the oldest Holocaust resource Centers in the United States. Founded in 1983, the Center is located at Keene State College in rural New Hampshire.
Cohen Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies: Chloe Edmonds
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