Holocaust Memorial Lecture Series
2019 Memorial Lecture: "Is the Past a Foreign Country? Holocaust Memory and Education in the 21st Century"
Ronald Leopold, Executive Director of the Anne Frank House, Amsterdam
To watch: Ronald Leopold Lecture
Previous Holocaust Memorial Lectures
 Debórah Dwork, "Americans to the Rescue during the Nazi Years"
 Jennifer Teege, "My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me"
 "Voices of Terezin: Music and Witness"
 **Wendy Lower", "Hitler’s Furies: Researching Women Perpetrators, Accomplices and Witnesses to the Holocaust" Hitler’s Furies
 Eva Hoffman, "Across Generations and Cultures: Reflections on the Long Aftermath"
 Daniel Mendelsohn, “’Lost’ Between Memory and History: Writing the Holocaust" for the Next Generation
 Dr. Timothy Snyder, "Bloodlands: Eastern Causes of the Holocaust"
 Fr. Patrick Desbois, "The Holocaust by Bullets: An Evening with Father Patrick Desbois"
 Dr. Samson Munn, "Next Generation Responsibilities for Witness and Healing"
 Gerda Weissmann Klein, "All But My Life. One Survivor Remembers"
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