This Annual Holocaust Remembrance Day event will feature faculty and graduate students at Carolina, hosted by the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies.
The Holocaust, Jewish History and Memory:
New Directions in Research
Speakers include Karen Auerbach, associate professor and Ambassador Stuart E. Eizenstat Scholar in Jewish History, department of history, along with several UNC graduate students: Robin Buller, Max Lazar, Alison Curry, Morgan Morales, Alma Huselja, and Oskar Czendze.
Pre-registration is required for this free, online Zoom lecture. Sign up on Eventbrite… all “ticketholders” will receive the Zoom link via email a few days prior to the event [and again a couple hours prior to the event]. If you don’t have an email with Zoom instructions by 2pm January 27, please check your junk/spam folder. If you still don’t have an email from Eventbrite, please contact us at email@example.com. This event features a 75 minute talk followed by a question/answer session.