2021-2022 marks the 10th year of the AHDA fellowship program. Since 2012, the fellowship has hosted at least 107 fellows who represent over 48 countries and territories. Below please find information regarding the professional interests and accomplishments of fellows and alumni. While at Columbia, fellows design individual projects that address some aspect of a history of gross human rights violations in their society, country, and/or region.
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Pedro J. González Corona is a human rights advocate, researcher and educator. He works as Assistant to the Director and Assistant Professor of Instruction and has worked as a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Dallas. His academic interests are state sponsored violence, racism, antisemitism, and genocide. Pedro has vast experience as an academic administrator who develops curricula, training workshops, and international academic collaborations between Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies, UTD, and various educational institutions, human rights museums, and collectives throughout Mexico and Latin America. He earned a master’s degree with a focus on human rights from the Southern Methodist University, and a doctoral degree on the history of ideas from the University of Texas at Dallas. His most recent collaborations include the panel “Enforced Disappearances and Grassroots Collective Resistance in Mexico” presented at LASA 2021; a series of conversations with Holocaust survivor Pieter Kohnstam, who shares his personal history with the public to promote human rights awareness; and a ten seminar series on antisemitism in Latin American curated for the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy.