17th and 18th September 2014
10:00am to 4:30pm
$20 one day / $30 for both days. Booking essential
Presented by the Sydney Jewish Museum, University of Sydney and Goethe-Institut.
Wednesday 17 September 2014
- Prof Colin Tatz – Present and Absent: Antisemitism without Jews
- Dr Frank Bajohr – Social Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective. The Example of Antisemitism in Summer and Seaside Ressorts in Germany and the United States, 1870 to 1950
- Dr Susanne Urban – Is Holocaust Education an Appropriate Tool against Antisemitism?
- Discussion Chair: Dr Ari Lander
- Paul A Shapiro – Bessarabia Re-Occupied. Creation and Liquidation of the Chisinau (Kishinev) Ghetto, 1941-1942
- Discussion Chair: Dr Jan Lanicek
- Prof Bernd Hüppauf – Cruelty and Self Deception. Gazing Murder Through the View Finder
- Dr. Jürgen Matthäus – Ordinary Men, or Ordinary Images
- Discussion: Chair Dr Jürgen Förster
Thursday 18 September 2014
- Prof Suzanne Rutland – Edge of the Diaspora: Jewish Refugees and Holocaust Survivor
- Discussion Chair: Dr Michael Abrahams-Sprod
- Panel: Voices of Living Witnesses – Chair: Dr Avril Alba
- Dr Katrin Stoll – Coming to Terms with the Past? The Federal Republic of Germany and the Legacy of Nazi Crimes
- Dr. Beate Meyer – Stumbling Blocks: A Different Kind of Remembrance Culture in Germany
- Discussion Chair: Marie Bonardelli
- Panel: War Crimes, Genocide, and the Law – Chair: Peter Wertheim
- Panel: Voices of Survivors – Chair: Yotam Weiner
With acknowledgement of the Goethe-Institut, The Pratt Foundation, The Vidor Family, Lucy Chipkin, Rosie Block, Betty Wilkenfeld, Barbara and Sam Linz, Dr Ivan and Ursula Cher, and David Simons for their generous support.