Der Matossian's 'Denial of Genocides' book launch is May 10

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Der Matossian’s ‘Denial of Genocides’ book launch is May 10

Bedross Der Mattossian is photographed in his office, among many volumes written about genocides spanning centuries.
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Bedross Der Matossian

The Harris Center for Judaic Studies is hosting the book launch for Bedross Der Matossian’s “Denial of Genocides in the Twenty-First Century” at 3 p.m. May 10 in the Chimney Rock Room of Nebraska Union.

Der Matossian edited the volume, which was published May 1 with Nebraska University Press. The book explores the denial of eight genocides through chapters written by scholars of those events. The launch will include a panel discussion covering the book’s themes. Panelists are Der Matossian, professor of history; Gerald Steinacher, Rawley Professor of History and contributor to the book; and Ari Kohen, director of the Harris Center and professor of political science.

Learn more about the book here. For questions, contact Amy Peterson via email

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