Stephen Capobianco, PhD, is the assistant director of the Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP) at Binghamton University, where he works to establish, support, and expand international and domestic partnerships for strengthening the Institute’s research, curricula, and experiential learning. With a Doctor of Philosophy in Community and Public Affairs degree, Dr. Capobianco focuses his research projects on public policy and atrocity prevention with interests in multi-level structural analyses of identity-based discrimination and conflict, social policy, and community-driven solutions to complex transnational issues manifesting on the local level. In addition to his work at I-GMAP, Dr. Capobianco serves as an elected senator to the Professional Staff Senate and as an elected delegate of the United University Professions. He also teaches in the Latin American and Caribbean Area Studies Program and is on the roster for the Fulbright Specialist Program.
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Reflections on Social Divisions & Questions of Identity in Germany and the United States In March and June 2022, the second cohort of the AGI Social Divisions and Questions of …