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Holocaust Survivors as Educators: Making a Difference for the Future

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 | Posted in Events by Eileen M. Thornton | 2 Comments »

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Monday, October 20th | Reception at 5:30 PM  | Event at 6 PM

USF Alumni Center, Traditions Hall | Free and open to the public

Join us for a panel discussion with USF Professors Carolyn Ellis (Communication) and Michael Berson (Education) as they explore how the process of three local Holocaust survivors sharing their stories has helped them while simultaneously teaching others. Breakout sessions focused on teaching the Holocaust in schools and universities will follow. Refreshments will be served at the 5:30 PM reception.

Presented by the Jack Chester Foundation Symposium in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, and produced by the USF Libraries Holocaust & Genocide Studies Center, with additional promotional support provided by the USF College of Arts and Sciences and the USF College of Education.

Click here to download a PDF flyer for the 2014 Chester Symposium in Holocaust and Genocide Studies.

 

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