Monthly Series, dates listed below
Free to attend
In coordination with the special exhibition, Stories of Survival, on view October 27, 2021 to February 27, 2022, we are pleased to embark on a new innovative series that explores Holocaust Museums & Memorials around the World.
Tali Nates, Founder and Director of the Johannesburg Genocide & Holocaust Centre will introduce us to Museum historians, experts, and contemporary witnesses in 10 different regions. We will travel virtually to explore the history behind museum exhibits, discuss the nature of memory and memorials, and discover how the world remembers and honors the lives lost during the Holocaust and other genocides.
Register through our partner, Classroom Without Borders, for this monthly series that will run all year-long at no-cost to you.
September 23 at 2pm: Generation to Generation: The Evolution of Memorialization
Join us for the first panel discussion in our new monthly series on Holocaust Museums and Memorials Around the World! Together, we will consider the complexity of lived memory versus historical memory with a panel of experts:
- Dr. Michael Berenbaum is a highly-regarded writer, lecturer, and teacher consulting in the conceptual development of museums and historical films, specializing in the Holocaust.
- Dr. Stephen D. Smith, is the Finci-Viterbi Endowed Executive Director of the USC Shoah Foundation, and an adjunct Professor of Religion at the University of Southern California.
- Tali Nates is founder and director of the Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre and chair of the South African Holocaust & Genocide Foundation.
- James E. Young is Distinguished Professor Emeritus and Founding Director of the Institute for Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies.
Thank you to our programming partner: Classrooms Without Borders