Document Type

Paper

Course Afffiliation

Hist B311: Holocaust and Modern Genocides (Fall 2010)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Ann Livschiz

Chair/Discussant

Dr. Ann Livschiz

Brief Biography

Matthew Rybicki is a history and political science major. Matthew enjoys learning about many different time periods of history, but his favorite areas to study are the American Civil War and wartime atrocities. At IPFW, Matthew is one of the four second year Chapman Scholars; as well as one of the first generation of Chapman Scholars. In his two years at IPFW, Matthew has been on the Dean’s list every semester. Matthew plans to complete both of his degrees at IPFW and then move on to graduate school.

Start Date

16-4-2011 9:50 AM

End Date

16-4-2011 10:50 AM

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Japanese War Crimes: an Infamous Debate for an Infamous Act

Matthew Rybicki is a history and political science major. Matthew enjoys learning about many different time periods of history, but his favorite areas to study are the American Civil War and wartime atrocities. At IPFW, Matthew is one of the four second year Chapman Scholars; as well as one of the first generation of Chapman Scholars. In his two years at IPFW, Matthew has been on the Dean’s list every semester. Matthew plans to complete both of his degrees at IPFW and then move on to graduate school.