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Genocide: Home

Guide to researching genocide in the 20th and 21st centuries


The Spiritan founders of Duquesne University possessed a great attentiveness to global concerns, which is still reflected in Duquesne University's Mission Statement to this day.

Researchers can use this guide to help obtain high-quality, reliable information related to genocide and ethnic cleansing.

Holocaust Memorial, San Francisco, USA

Image Source: Flickr / Unmodified - CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

What Can You Find in This Guide?

This guide provides a way of navigating Gumberg Library's rich variety of resources related to genocide, such as:

  • Books
  • Journal articles
  • Digital reference materials
  • Government and NGO websites
  • Pre-made search terms

Librarians are also available to help you locate resources.

Warning! Many resources related to genocide contain graphic imagery/descriptions and may be disturbing to some users.

Guide Author

This guide originally created by Michael Janakis, MLIS, and is currently maintained by Kelsey O'Rourke, MLIS.