19 August 2015
In the late 1940s and 1950s, Survivor narratives were broadcast in a number of speeches, interviews and performed radio dramas. these broadcasts make a case for considering radio alongside film and video alongside meaningful media technologies that offered unique representations of Jewish experience under Nazism.
Rachel Deblinger is a CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow at UC Santa Cruz, working in the library as the Digital Humanities Specialist to foster digital humanities scholarship. She completed her doctorate in history at UCLA in 2014.
The Museum’s Wednesday Lecture series provides a valuable opportunity for our volunteer guides and Museum Members to to expand their skills and understanding of the Holocaust.