The inaugural Albert M. Tapper Lecture in commemoration of Kristallnacht will look at the relationship between early Holocaust memoirs and testimony, and what we can learn about what could and could not be said in 1944.
How do fictional representations relate to the truth historians have established about the past? Focusing on the Holocaust and Holocaust perpetrators, this conversation will examine the chasm between fiction and scholarship.
Education, Remembrance, Prevention: Careers in Holocaust and Genocide Studies Speakers: Morgan Blum Schneider, Sara Brown, Mikal Eckstrom, Jonathan Edelman, Josh Franklin, and Anna Voremberg Ellement Clark undergraduates trained in Holocaust history, genocide studies, and human rights are prepared for rewarding careers in education, remembrance and prevention. Through coursework, research projects, and internships, they gain […]