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Genocide Studies Seminar Series

Fall 2013
Thursday, October 17

Time: 1:45-3:00PM    Room: C-313

1:45 Welcome Remarks
1:50 Sabbatical Lecture: “Writing Personal and Political Bravery under the Nazi: Wola Suchożebrska in 1939-1944 and beyond, or How My Grandmother Saved London from the Ultimate Nazi Bombing,” Professor Maria H. Makowiecka Ph.D.
2:15 Panel Discussion with Dr. Sarah Shurts, Dr. Ellen Feig, Dr. Thomas LaPointe and Ayah Eldosougi, a student from Sudan

2:45 Conclusions 

Reading Materials for the Seminar

Required Readings - Excerpt from Christopher Browning's Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland PDF

Optional/Recommended Reading 

Other Useful Resources

Spring 2014

Student Conference on Genocide Studies in April. Consider writing and presenting a paper as part of a student panel on Genocide studies.

Trip to Washington DC United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and other memorials April 5 2014 

The event is sponsored by the Faculty Grant from the Center for Peace, Justice and Reconciliation, Department of English, Department of History, JK Winn School of Honors, the History Club, the Korean Club, The Polish Club and the African Student Union.