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Adjunct Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies

Jeff Benvenuto (PhD, Rutgers University) teaches Unveiling the Underpinnings of Genocide, Genocide in the Modern World, Genocide Prevention, and Native American Genocides. He is a contributing co-editor of Colonial Genocide in Indigenous North America (Duke University Press, 2014), has published in Journal of Genocide Research and Genocide Studies and Prevention, and is currently working on a manuscript entitled “Coopting Rights: Settler Colonial Globalism and the Normalcy of Assimilation.” He specializes in genocide studies, atrocity prevention, human rights, Indigenous studies, settler colonialism, immigration, the history of race and ethnicity in the United States, and international relations theory.

In addition to teaching in the Doctor of Education program at Gratz College, Bill Boozang is a full-time faculty member and dissertation chair at Concordia University in Portland, Oregon. Having worked in higher education for twenty years, as an instructor of English composition and literature, communications and education, as well as an administrator at both small and large institutions, Bill has interest in creating opportunities for affordable and accessible post-secondary education. Bill also serves as Past-President for the Association for Continuing Higher Education, and serves on the advisory boards for the Arts & Science Division at Rivier University (NH) and the College of Professional & Continuing Education at Wentworth Institute of Technology (MA) . Bill earned his Doctor of Education at Northeastern University, where he focused on change management in private colleges.

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