Argentina. Armenia. Bosnia. Cambodia. Rwanda. Alex Hinton and colleagues are building partnerships with scholars across the world—in particular, in places where genocide has taken place—in an effort to collaborate on research and educational projects.
In Cambodia, for instance, Hinton evaluated a mental-health project for victims of torture and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). He also worked on developing educational materials that teachers across Cambodia now use to instruct their students on the Khmer Rouge era.
Through these ever-evolving connections and partnerships, Rutgers students and scholars are traveling abroad for research—and also benefiting from the presence of international researchers who come to study or speak at Rutgers. Learn more.