We have a new database called Human Rights Studies Online. It is a searchable database of documentation, analysis, and interpretation of major human rights violations and atrocity crimes worldwide. The collection takes a case study approach, providing primary and secondary materials for selected events, including Armenia, the Holocaust, Cambodia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Rwanda, and Darfur. It provides access to books, primary documents, audio, maps, images, and video, spanning 1900-2010.
You can browse by various categories such as titles, discipline perspectives, themes, events, organizations, people, and places. The ability to look at a variety of documents connected to particular events, such as the Holocaust or Darfur, will make it especially useful for understanding the context and history.
This database is a great complement to our Human Rights Archive located in our Rubenstein Library. Check out this guide for more resources about this important topic.