Tag Archives: holocaust

Warsaw Ghetto’s poetry impacts us still

Students learned about pivotal moments in Jewish poetry and engaged with critics in Sven-Erik Rose’s lecture “In Adorno’s Blind Spot: Yiddish Poetry from the Warsaw Ghetto.” Rose, associate professor of German and comparative literature at UC Davis, said he was ...

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Art used to help understand Holocaust

The Jewish Studies Association kicked off its Jewish lecture series Nov. 13 with “Artists Respond to the Holocaust.”

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Jewish studies explores history, culture, religion

Professor Jill Fields cherishes the rich roots of her Jewish culture. She wants students to have the opportunity to learn about it as well.

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Demjanjuk: Nazi war criminal or innocent man falsely accused?

With news of the death of John Demjanjuk over the weekend, I thought it would be apt to post an essay I wrote on the man last year for a class on the Holocaust. It is unfortunate that the full truth will never be known.

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Exhibit makes first California appearance since 1991

Numerous Fresno State students, faculty, community members and high schools visited the Holocaust exhibit “The Courage to Remember.”

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Holocaust Exhibit visits Fresno State [photo gallery]

Fresno State students, faculty and community members gathered at the University Student Union Pavilion Thursday, Sept. 22 to celebrate the opening of the traveling exhibit, The Courage to Remember. The free 42-panel exhibit visually narrates the events of the Holocaust ...

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Holocaust exhibit visits Fresno State

“The Courage to Remember,” a Holocaust visual narrative exhibit, is visiting Fresno State to raise awareness. The free exhibit is located on the lower level of the University Student Union. The exhibition panels will be on display from Sept. 23 to the 27.

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Survivors of the Holocaust heard

It was at the height of World War II when more than 10,000 Jews fled the ghetto of the German-occupied city of Minsk in Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic.

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