BA in History and Secondary Education: Kean University, 2013
MA in Holocaust and Genocide Studies: Kean University, 2017
John currently works at Liberty Hall Museum in Union, NJ as a Museum Educator giving tours of the historic home of the first elected Governor of New Jersey. He also works with their educational department creating and implementing new cross-curricular educational programs.
John has presented at the Millersville 34th Conference on the Holocaust and Genocide. He presented with two other MAHGS candidates from Kean University on Transitional Justice in Post-Genocidal States. John’s focus was on South Africa and the Apartheid State.
John has also presented at Kean University’s Research Day as an undergraduate and graduate student. Presenting on Just War Theory in the Haitian Revolution as an undergraduate student and again on Transitional Justice in Post-Genocidal States as a graduate student.
John has written a thesis called A Comprehensive Analysis of How Governments Use Words to Inspire Genocide and is currently working on a book called Representations of Genocide in Cartoons.