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Dr. Kate E. Temoney is a former Assistant Dean of Students and currently an Assistant Professor of Religion. She is the co-chair of the Religion, Holocaust, and Genocide Unit of the American Academy of Religion and a co-founder of the Genocide Education and Prevention Project: https://www.montclair.edu/religion/events/genocide-education-and-prevention-project-geapp/. She earned a BA from Wake Forest University, an MEd from The College of William & Mary, and an MA and PhD from Florida State University. Trained as a comparative religious ethicist, she teaches courses on Religious Ethics, the Holocaust, African Religions, Jewish Applied Ethics, Religions of the World, and Religion & Human Rights. Dr. Temoney’s international publications and presentations—in such places as Brazil, Cambodia, Poland, Belgium, Morocco, Canada, and Australia—address the intersections of religion, human rights, and mass atrocities.
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Religious Ethics, Human Rights, Genocide Studies, Theory of History