How We Teach Human Rights

How We Teach Human Rights


Dear colleagues,

I hope this message finds you thriving this summer. I'm writing today to request your assistance in what I think is an extremely worthwhile undertaking (of course I do--I'm the one undertaking it). What I need won't take long, so please read on.

This year I'm seeking to create profiles on each and every state regarding how they approach Holocaust, genocide, and human rights education, and there are two important ways that you could assist me with that. One would be to help me collect the data for the state in which you live/teach. If that is of interest to you, please reach out to me at [email protected].

The other way that you might assist me would simply be to take the short survey linked below, and to share it as widely as possible. If everyone on this list takes the survey I'd have a robust sample to work with, and if everyone on this list sent it to their colleagues, exponentially more so.  The survey covers a lot of ground fast and can be completed in four to seven minutes. Your responses are, of course, invaluable to me.

In exchange for your time I'm more than willing to share my data, or even present it to/for you in the future. Furthermore, if you are presenting somewhere and would share the survey, that would be great. Don't hesitate to reach out to me if you'd like it as a QR code or a PDF. Below is the URL.

Thank you in advance for your support of my research. I am truly grateful and hope to hear from you soon. Have a terrific summer!

Link to survey:




Dr. Mark Gudgel

The College of Saint Mary

Omaha, Nebraska

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