Teaching about Genocide presents the insights, advice, and suggestions of secondary-level teachers (social studies, history,
English, language arts), and professors (political scientists, historians, psychologists), in relation to teaching about various
facets of genocide. The contributions are extremely eclectic [this sounds negative rather than positive], ranging from basic
concerns when teaching about genocide to a discussion about why it is critical to teach students about more general human
rights violations during a course on genocide, and from a focus on specific cases of genocide to a range of pedagogical strategies
for teaching about genocide.