HOLOCAUST AND GENOCIDE RESOURCES AND RESEARCH

Off Campus Resources


MULTIMEDIA RESOURCES

View highlights of the Dr. Deborah Lipstadt presentation from her October 27, 2012 visit to St. Cloud State University in the Ritsche Auditorium. Special thanks to Mikael Leet and Juan Park.
Dr. Deborah Lipstadt - SCSU


"Holocaust and the Transcendent" (© 2011)

The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education is pleased to present a moving documentary of the 2008 European Tour of To Be Certain of the Dawn, a Holocaust Oratorio by Minnesota composer Steven Paulus and librettist Michael Dennis Browne, featuring performances and personal experiences of talented Central Minnesota musicians from

  • Cantabile Girls Choir
  • Choirs and Orchestras of
    • St. Cloud State University
    • Saint John's University
    • College of Saint Benedict

DVDs

The following full-length DVD lectures may be checked out from the
Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education.
Miller Center 235
email: chge@stcloudstate.edu
phone: 320-308-4205
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Deborah Dwork
Date: 9/14/2006
Location: Atwood Memorial Center Ballroom

Charles Fishman
Professor Charles Fishman’s reading of poetry at Miller Center Auditorium. Professor Fishman is the author of six books: The Fire Walkers, Blood to Remember: American Poets on the Holocaust, Country of Memory, The Death Mazurka, and Chopin’s Piano.  He is a poetry consultant at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C., Poetry editor of the New Works Review and Director of the Distinguished Speakers Programs in Farmingdale State.
Date: 11/7/2006
Location: Miller Center Auditorium

Konstany Gebert
Professor K. Gebert from Poland discussing the  Shoah and the situation of the Jewish community in Poland today . “Polish Jews After WWII - An Unexpected Rebirth” Professor Konstany Gebert is a journalist, activist and visiting professor who will talk about the history of 3 million Polish Jews who perished during the Holocaust and the Circumstances of Jewish life in Poland today.
Date: 11/30/2006
Location: Atwood Little Theater

Bernard Reuter
“Paths to Fascism  And Genocide”  B. Reuter on the significance of German election posters before the rise of Adolf Hitler.
Date:  4/3/2007
Location: Atwood Gallery

John Harvey
SCSU Professor John Harvey explaining the political circumstances of the elections in 1932 and 1933. “Presidential Election Posters”
Date: 5/2/2007
Location: Atwood Gallery

Rick McCormick
University of MN Professor Rick McCormick discussing German film prior to the rise of Nazism. Discussion: “Berlin Symphony of A City”
Date: 4/26/2007
Location: Miller Center Auditorium

Michael Strub
Michael Strub, linguist from Switzerland,  on the status of Switzerland during World War II. “Switzerland During WWII”
Date: 4/10/2007
Location: Miller Center Auditorium

Atem Aleu
Atem Aleu talking his experience as a child in relation to the Darfur crisis and presenting is reconciliation work today as an artist. “Hidden Genocide: The Lost Boys of Sudan”
Date: 4/2/2007
Location: Miller Center Auditorium

Timothy Malchow
Professor Timothy Malchow from Valparaiso discussing the life and work of German Nobel Prize winner Günter Grass in light of his youth under Hitler.
Date: 3/15/2007
Location: Miller Center Auditorium

Eugen Schoenfeld
Holcoaust survivor Professor Eugen Schoenfeld remembering his experience and discussing the implications of genocide. “IOM HASHOAH”
Date: 4/12/2007
Location: Miller Center Auditorium

Eugen Schoenfeld
“Germany’s 1933 Election Exhibit” Holocaust survivor and sociologist Eugen Schoenfeld commenting on the German election posters from the 1930s.
Date: 4/12/2007
Location: Atwood Art Gallery


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30-Sep-2013 3:36 PM

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