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Holocaust Lecture Series

History journal launched by Vanderbilt undergraduates

Jan. 21, 2016—The "Vanderbilt Historical Review" is online and ready for readers, with a semiannual publication schedule planned from now on.

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Holocaust Lecture Series ends Nov. 3 with panel on genocide and sexual violence

Oct. 29, 2015—Vanderbilt's 38th Annual Holocaust Lecture Series ends Tuesday, Nov. 3, with a panel discussion about genocide and sexual violence.

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Annual Holocaust Lecture Series at Vanderbilt University to focus on role of gender in genocide

Oct. 7, 2015—Now in its 38th year, Vanderbilt's 2015 Holocaust Lecture Series will focus on the gender dynamics among perpetrators, victims, bystanders and witnesses.

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38th Holocaust Lecture Series begins Oct. 6 with ‘Etty,’ a one-woman play

Oct. 1, 2015—The first event for Vanderbilt's 38th Annual Holocaust Lecture Series is "Etty," a one-woman theatrical play by Susan Stein, set for Tuesday, Oct. 6, in the All Faith Chapel at Vanderbilt Divinity School.

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37th Annual Holocaust Lecture Series kicks off Oct. 7

Oct. 3, 2014—The series explores the role of science and scientists in relation to the Holocaust.

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Thirty-sixth Holocaust Lecture Series to examine genocide

Oct. 2, 2013—This year, the 36th annual Holocaust Lecture Series at Vanderbilt will examine the enduring saga of genocide.

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Holocaust Lecture Series examines enduring saga of genocide

Sep. 7, 2012—The Holocaust Lecture Series will examine the enduring saga of genocide through insightful and provocative lectures and films.

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Holocaust Lecture Series: Isaac Nehama

Nov. 14, 2011—Watch video of Isaac Nehama speaking at the 2011 Holocaust Lecture Series. Isaac Nehama, a Holocaust survivor from Greece, recounts his experiences as a traditional Sephardic Jew. When German troops began to occupy the area in 1943, Nehma fled to Thessaly. Most of his other family members went into hiding. Nehama returned to Athens in 1994 and...

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International Education Week Nov. 8-16

Nov. 3, 2011—International Education Week at Vanderbilt is Nov. 2-16. The week-long series of events are co-sponsored by International Student and Scholar Services, Global Education Office, and Vanderbilt International Office in coordination with Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center, Holocaust Lecture Series, LGBTQI Life, Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt Law School, Robert Penn Warren Center, Humphrey...

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Holocaust Lecture Series examines echoes of the past in 2011 and beyond

Oct. 14, 2011—Vanderbilt University’s 2011 Holocaust Lecture Series will focus on remnants of past atrocities and other acts of genocide perpetuated around the world today and likely to occur in the future. “Holocaust Remains” is the theme for this year’s event, which runs through Nov. 13. Vanderbilt’s is the longest continuous Holocaust lecture series at an American...

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Darfur images, discussion featured at Holocaust Lecture Series event Oct. 2

Sep. 26, 2011—A look through the photographer’s lens at contemporary Darfur is the subject of a Holocaust Lecture Series event Sunday, Oct. 2. “Darfur/Darfur” will feature a series of projected images set to music to place the brutal realities faced in Darfur in context with the region’s vibrant culture and people. The event is scheduled for 7...

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Holocaust Lecture Series features music, film, lectures

Oct. 6, 2010—Music and film will play a strong role in the annual Holocaust Lecture Series at Vanderbilt University, which this year takes the theme of “Different Speaking, Indifferent Listening.”

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