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Public Programs -- 2021 Rosen Summer Symposium on Children in the Holocaust
This year's 19th Annual Martin and Doris Rosen Summer Symposium organized and hosted by Appalachian State University’s Center for Judaic, Holocaust, and Peace Studies is fully virtual. In its focus on children in the Holocaust, the symposium brings together child survivors, Holocaust scholars and educators, film screenings and much more. It will take place from July 18-23, 2021. All public events are accessible on this ZOOM platform and under this link, including
- Prof. Michael Berenbaum, Anti-Judaism and Antisemitism: Long Histories, Present Dangers
(Sun, July 18, 12:30 pm EST)
- Patricia Heberer Rice, Children in the Nazi State and Party Organizations
(Mon., July 19, 1 pm EST)
- Prof. Emeritus Shimon Redlich (Israel): Hiding in Nazi-Occupied Poland: A Holocaust Child Survivor Gives Testimony (moderated by Prof. G. Finder)
(Tues., July 20, 10 am)
- Screening of Unzere Kinder (1948)
(Tues., July 20, 12:30 pm)
- Liz Elsby (Yad Vashem), Jewish Children in Ghettos and Camps in Nazi-Occupied Europe
(Wed., July 21, 10 am)
- Prof. D. Dwork, Kindertransporte During the Shoah (Wed., July 21, 2 pm EST)
- Testimony by Kindertransport and Holocaust child survivor Margot Lobree (moderated by Prof. C. Patti)
(Thurs., July 22, 9 am EST)
- Testimony by Rwandan genocide child survivor Umu Ntabana (moderated by Dr. R. Weiman)
(Friday, July 23, 10 am)
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