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MAR 9, 2015: 10:00 AM
The Graduate Center & Columbia University Present:
Italian Jews in Context: Relations, Exchanges, Networks
MAR 18, 2015: 6:15 PM
Historian Dan McMillan distills the vast body of Holocaust research into a cogent explanation of the genocide's many causes Read more
MAR 25, 2015: 6:30 PM
David Myers (UCLA) presents: History as Witness: Jewish Historians Take the Stand Read more
MAR 31, 2015: 6:30 PM
A filmmaker’s voyage into the definition of Israeli and Jewish identity as reflected in his films through the last 25 years.
APR 1, 2015: 5:30 PM
Todd Endelman (University of Michigan) presents: "Why Study Conversion and Radical Assimilation?" Read more
APR 15, 2015: 5:30 PM
Kenneth Stow (University of Haifa) presents "Anxieties in Conflict: The Kidnapping of Anna del Monte"
APR 15, 2015: 6:15 PM
A documentary about four Polish Jewish survivors who were either helped or betrayed by their neighbors. Read more
MAY 13, 2015: 6:15 PM
An Academy Award-winning documentary tracing the experiences of five survivors of the Hungarian chapter of the Holocaust Read more