Nicolaas P. Barr will discuss antisemitism and racism and the lines of solidarity that arise between them.
Jan Gross lectures on the difficulty of confronting the Holocaust with a focus on the case of Jedwabne murder in Poland in this entry in a ten-lecture series.
Mika Ahuvia will discuss the history of anti-Judaism as an ideology in the introduction to this ten-lecture series.
This year, pianist Renan Koen will lead Seattle’s Sephardic Holocaust memorial from Istanbul’s historic Italian synagogue
Pianist Renan Koen on her family history, her career, and what drew her to music composed during the Holocaust.
Grace Levy wins the 2020 Excellence in Scholarship prize for her paper, which explores intergenerational narratives of Holocaust survival by looking at Jane Yolen's novel "Briar Rose" and Art Spiegelman's graphic novel "Maus."
Graduate fellow Eryk Waligora explains why Holocaust education matters on a global scale by looking at the case of Taiwan — a country with a painful past of its own to contend with.
Audio recording of Christopher Browning's 3/3 lecture on Holocaust rescue in France, "From Humanitarian Relief to Holocaust Rescue: The Story of Tracy Strong, Jr."