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The Holocaust, Jewish History and Memory: New Directions in Research

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 This event features a 75 minute talk followed by a question/answer session.


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