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Fundraiser to benefit ASU's Center for Judaic, Holocaust and Peace Studies to take place on August 25

Fundraiser to benefit ASU's Center for Judaic, Holocaust and Peace Studies to take place on August 25 Susan Ratner, Sue Chase, and Joel Levy chai...

The Center and International Holocaust Symposium in the Local Press

ASU Center for Judaic, Holocaust, Peace Studies Summer Symposium is July 21-26To view this article and its accompanying images, click here.  ...

Center Supports the Association of Holocaust Organizations' Condemnation of Polish Legislation on the Holocaust

Center Supports the Association of Holocaust Organizations' Condemnation of Polish Legislation on the HolocaustEarlier this week, the Board of&nb...

The Future of Holocaust Testimony V (March 11-13, 2019), Akko, Israel, to be co-hosted by ASU's Center for Judaic, Holocaust and Peace Studies (CfP)

The Future of Holocaust Testimony V (March 11-13, 2019), Akko, Israel, to be co-hosted by ASU's Center for Judaic, Holocaust and Peace Studies (CfP)Th...

Upcoming Events

WeinbergInternationally-renowned Holocaust Scholar and Editor of Hitler's Second Book at ASU (September 2018)

On Thursday, September 13, internationally-noted Holocaust scholar and diplomatic historian Dr. Gerhard L. Weinberg, the William Rand Kenan, Jr. Professor Emeritus of History at UNC-Chapel Hill, will give an evening lecture entitled “Adolf Hitler and the United States: Views, Plans, and Policies and the 'Jewish Question'” It will begin at 7:00 pm (place to be determined). Prof. Weinberg escaped Nazi Germany in 1938, served in the U.S. army during the occupation of Japan, and became a prominent specialist in diplomatic and Holocaust history during a long and impressive career. Among his many influential books are the German and English editions of Adolf Hitler's previously unpublished sequel to Mein Kampf, which Weinberg discovered when working on a project to microfilm confiscated Nazi state and party documents in Alexandria, Virginia, in the late 1950s. The lecture is free of charge and no tickets are required. For more information, email holocaust@appstate.eduor call 828.262.2311.
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The Center is pleased to invite the ASU and broader High Country communities to a public lecture by Jerusalem-based Prof. Ofer Ashkenazi on Monday, November 5. The lecture will focus on “Jewish Photography in Nazi Germany.” Prof. Ashkenazi, a UC Berkeley-trained film studies scholar, is the chairman of the Richard Koebner Center for German History at the Hebrew University, Israel. The lecture will start at 7:00 pm (place to be determined). It is free of charge and no tickets are required. The Center will also organize a research colloquium with Prof. Ashkenazi. For more information, call 828.262.2311.