Join Göran Rosenberg as he discusses his intelligent and deeply moving book, A Brief Stop on the Road from Auschwitz, in which he returns to his own childhood to tell the story of his father
The story of an Alsatian-Jewish medical student who helped others escape danger during World War II.
Graduate Fellow Katja Schatte reviews a stunning new exhibit at the Jewish Museum Berlin.
Ryan Gompertz, a UW law student, has developed a mapping webpage that traces the journeys of Jewish refugees through Europe during World War II.
Trace the journey of a Dutch electrician who escaped the war through Spain and made his way to Haifa.
An intrepid activist who helped refugees across the border at great risk to her own life.
Galya Diment on the scene in Vitebsk, Marc Chagall's favorite town.
What can the Jewish history of migration teach us about today’s global refugee crisis?