2001 Holocaust Lecture Series Schedule
Spring 2001
Tuesdays 4-5:40 p.m.
Warren Auditorium


Lecture Topic


January 30

Introduction to the Series-Faculty Panel Major Concepts and Definition

Philip Beard, Myrna Goodman, Ilka Hartmann, John Steiner

February 6

Historical Background: Video: "Master Race 1933" Introduction

Steve Watrous, Ph.D. SSU.

February 13

The Rise of the Third Reich: Lessons of Evil

Steve Watrous, Ph.D. SSU

February 20

Day of Remembrance: Mel Nakano, Japanese American Citizens League, Sonoma County; Judith Whitman, and Libia Yamamoto, Civil/Human Rights Committee

Mel Nakano, Judith Whitman, and Libia Yamamoto

February 27

"Weapons of the Spirit: Conspiracy of Goodness in Le Chambon-sur-Lignon: Rudy Appel, Woodbury, NY.

Rudy Appel

March 6

Survivor's Panel: Lucille Eichengreen, Berkeley; Paul Schwartzbart, Marin County.

Lucille Eichengreen, and Paul Schwartzbart

March 13

Legacies of Anti-Semitism.

Sandy Lowe, Ph.D., SRJC

March 20

Rescue in Denmark: Recollections of a Danish Rescuer. Knud Dyby, Novato, Ca.

Knud Dyby

March 27

Reflections on the Liberation of Dachau: Dan Doughtery, American GI Liberator, Sacramento.

Dan Doughtery

April 3

Fading Voices: Resisting Evil. Philip Zimbardo, Ph.D., Stanford University. Robert L. Harris Memorial Lecture, Person Theatre.

Philip Zimbardo, Ph.D.

April 10


April 17

Resisting The Perpetrators of Nazi Death Camps:

John Steiner, Ph.D., Sonoma State University

April 24

Facing History and Ourselves: Jack Weinstein, Northern California Program Director, Facing History and Ourselves National Foundation.

Jack Weinstein

May 1

The Sociology of Evil

Noel Byrne, Ph.D. SSU.

May 8

Romani Victims of the Holocaust and Current Oppressions in Europe: Sani Rifati, President, Voices of Roma. Sebastopol.

Sani Rifati, President. Paul Polansky

May 15

What Have We Learned?

Faculty/Student Panel

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2001 Holocaust Lecture Series Schedule
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