LEARNING ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST
A FREE 4-Part Lecture Series running four Mondays in January 2022, 7:00 – 8:30 PM Via Zoom
Compliance or resistance? The Jewish resistance in Nazi-occupied Europe is one of the most contested questions in Holocaust history. It emerged as one of the principle subtexts at the Eichmann trial in Jerusalem in 1962. Witness testimonies and subsequent interpretations in Hannah Arendt’s reports spoke of the lack of significant Jewish resistance. Could they have done more? This lecture will revisit the arguments about this topic in view of Holocaust historiography.
- Victims of Nazi Atrocities (January 10)
- Jewish Resistance During the Holocaust (January 17)
- Forged By Fire: Heroes of the Holocaust (January 24)
- Holocaust Denial (January31)
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Presented by Dr. Andre Krauss
A research fellow at the Institute of Sociology at the Romanian Academy, Dr. Krauss is a published art historian and media psychologist. He holds doctorates in History of Art from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, and Social Psychology from the University of Bucharest, Romania.
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