14th Annual Sonoma State University


January 28 - May 13, 1997 / Tuesday 4-5:40pm
Warren Auditorium and Person Theatre
Free Public Lectures- Open to All

SSU students: SSCI 305, Perspectives on the Holocaust and Genocide, Counts as Upper-division General Education credit under GE Category D5, AND towards the B.A. Degree in CJA, English, Global Studies, History, Liberal Arts, Nursing, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology.

Resisting Evil

January 28 / Introduction to the Series-Faculty Panel Major Concepts and Definitions.

Philip Beard, Paul Benko, Myrna Goodman, Ilka Hartmann, John Steiner.

Febuary 4 / History of Persecution
Sandy Lowe, Ph.D., SRJC

Febuary 11 / Survivors' Panel
Lucille Eichengreen, Berkeley; Bernard Offen. Cracow (Poland)

Febuary 18 / History of Germany 1918-1945
Steve Watrous, Ph.D., SSU

Febuary 25 / Race, Racism, and Persecution
Paul Benko, Ph.D., SSU; Michael Thaler, M.D. UCSF

March 4 / Conscience
Rob Colman, J.D., M.B.A., SSU

March 11 / Forms of Resistance
(Person Theatre)
Nechama Tec, Ph.D.,
University Of Connecticut
Robert L. Harris Memorial Lecture.

March 18 / Resistance in Denmark
Myrna Goodman, Cand. Phil., SSU

March 25 / Poetry and Resistance, Survival, Recovery
John Felstiner, Ph.D., Stanford University
March 31 - April 4 / Spring Vacation

April 8 / Holocaust Consciousness in Germany
Philip Beard, Ph.D., SSU; Ilka Hartman, M.A., SSU

April 15 / The Chiune Sugihara Story: "Visas for Life" Hiroki Sugihara, son of Japanese diplomat/rescuer of thousands of Jews in WWII. In collaboration with Japanese-American Citizens' Legue

April 22 / Current Genocides: Burundi
Rene` van Rooyen, UNHCR

April 29 / Acts of Reconciliation
Armand Volkas, MFCC, RDT, Oakland, and the Living Arts Theater Lab

May 6 / Resisting Evil: A Personal Account
Rudolf Vrba, Ph.D., University of British Columbia

May 13 / What Have We Learned?
Faculty/Student Panel

The Holocaust Lectures are Sponsered by the Alliance for the Study of the Holocaust, the Sonoma State University Holocaust Studies Center, and The Jewish Chautauqua Society.
Credit is available to the community participants. Call (707) 6644-4076/2351 for information

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