Daniel Bessner, Hadar Khazzam-Horowitz, and Niko Switek conclude the ten-lecture series with this roundtable.
Frederick Michael Lorenz will lecture on the case of the genocide in Myanmar before the International Court of Justice in this entry in the ten-lecture series.
Sasha Senderovich will lecture on the history and memory of Holocaust in the U.S.S.R. in this addition to the ten-lecture series.
Devin E. Naar asks "is the Holocaust an "European" event in this entry into the ten-lecture series.
Susan A. Glenn lectures on how Americans responded to the Holocaust in this entry into the ten-lecture series.
Naomi Sokoloff will provide a lecture diving into animal studies and Holocaust literature.
10/27 TALK | Ideologies of Racial Superiority and Purity: Why Did Germany and Japan Engage in Such Extreme Mass Murder During World War II?
Daniel Chirot will lecture on the ideologies of racial purity and superiority in Japan and Germany in World War II.
Nicolaas P. Barr will discuss antisemitism and racism and the lines of solidarity that arise between them.