2002 Holocaust Lecture Series Schedule
Spring 2002
Tuesdays 4-5:15 p.m.
Warren Auditorium

Date Lecture Topic Speaker(s)
January 29 Introduction to the Series-Faculty Panel Major Concepts and Definitions Myrna Goodman Ph.D., Ilka Hartmann MA, Barbara Lesch McCaffry Ph.D., Joel Neuberg M.I.L.S.
February 5 Historical Background: Video: "Master Race 1933" Steve Watrous, Ph.D.
February 12 Historical Legacies and the Third Reich Steve Watrous, Ph.D.
February 19 Survivors' Panel Lucille Eichengreen and Betty Kale, Ph.D.
February 26 Zionism, the Holocaust and the Founding of the State of Israel Barry Preisler, Ph.D.
March 5 The Post-Holocaust Church Sandy Lowe, Ph.D.
March 12 New Perspectives in Holocaust Scholarship Myrna Goodman Ph.D., Ilka Hartmann MA, Elaine Leeder Ph.D., Barbara Lesch McCaffry Ph.D., Joel Neuberg M.I.L.S.
March 19 Voices from the Shoah Project Nikko Allane: Historical Content Supervisor, Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation
March 26 Overcoming the Past: An Uncommon Friendship Frederic Tubach, Pa.D. and Bernat Rosner, L.L.D. Robert L. Harris Memorial Lecture in Person Theatre
April 9 Facing History and Ourselves Jack Weinstein, Northern California Program Director, Facing History and Ourselves National Foundation
April 16 Legacies of Nuremberg: International Lean Accountability Diana Grant, Ph.D.
April 23 Forsaken Cries: Genocide in Rwanda Kathy L. Austin, Director, Arms and Conflict Program. The Fund for Peace
April 30 The Sociology of Evil Noel Byrne, Ph.D.
May 7 Confronting Current Genocides Jerry Fowler, Staff Director, Committee on Conscience, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington D.C.
May 14 The Legacy Continues: Second Generation Panel Blair Pleasant, and Julia Silverberg, Elaine Leeder, Ph.D. moderator
May 21 What Have We Learned? Faculty/Student Panel

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2002 Holocaust Lecture Series Schedule
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