Frances Tanzer, Rose Professor of Holocaust Studies and Modern Jewish History and Culture, Clark University, will propose an intimate transnational cultural history of the Holocaust and modern Jewish experience by focusing on her own family.
22 September 2022 |5:00 p.m. | Higgins Lounge Dana Commons Especially for Students Lecture 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 […]
27 October 2022 |5:00 p.m.| Higgins Lounge Dana Commons Holocaust Perpetrators in History and Fiction A conversation with Christopher Browning, Erin McGlothlin, and Thomas Kühne Speakers: Christopher R. Browning (Frank Porter Graham Professor Emeritus, History Department, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill), Erin McGlothlin (Vice Dean of Undergraduate Affairs, College of Arts and Sciences, and […]
09 November 2022 | 6:00 p.m. | Higgins Lounge Dana Commons Albert M. Tapper Inaugural Lecture in commemoration of Kristallnacht From the Vilna Ghetto to Nuremberg Speaker: Justin Cammy (Professor and Chair of the Programs in World Literatures and Jewish Studies at Smith College) What is the relationship between early Holocaust memoir and testimony? How […]