Chris teaches Comparative Genocide, Rwandan history, Genocide and Civil War in the African Great Lakes Region, and Genocide Prevention and Conflict Transformation. His research explores the connections of genocide across DR Congo and Rwanda, and contemporary perspectives on genocide from identity to diaspora mobilizations of genocide, and climate related violence. He specializes in working with Congolese Tutsi, or Banyamulenge soldiers to understand how experiences of genocide shape identity and narratives. He also serves as a board member and project lead for Education for Global Peace where he supports research, outreach and the global mapping of peace education. He currently teaches as Binghamton University's Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (https://www.binghamton.edu/i-gmap/index.html).