Matthew DesMarais's award-winning paper focuses on Jews living in Nazi-controlled Germany, who applied for and received a U.S. refugee visa and then immigrated to the United States during World War II.
Maja Haderlap, Jewish writers, and telling the story of ethnic Slovenians in Austria using the “language of the enemy”
Like German-language Jewish writers, ethnic Slovenian author Maja Haderlap struggles with the language of the Nazis in telling the story of her community's persecution in Austria, writes graduate fellow Aaron Carpenter.
Wendi Zhou's award-winning paper looks at perceptions of Jewish refugees in Shanghai during the World War II era.
Video and audio recordings of all of the lectures from our 2020 series are now available online!
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.