Holocaust and Genocide Studies
West Chester University
409 Main Hall
West Chester, PA 19383
Call: (610) 436-2972
|Summer I 2014||HIS 660 Field Studies||Dr. Gaydosh|
|Fall 2014||HIS 543 Jews in Modern European History, R 7:15-10:00pm, Main 212||
|Fall 2014||HIS 548 Women and the Holocaust, M 5:50-8:35pm, SMB 208||Dr. Kirschenbaum|
|Fall 2014||PHI 512 Ethical Theories, M 4:25-7:10pm, Main 303||
|Fall 2014||PHI 411 The Problem of War, W 4:25-7:10pm, Main 213||Dr. Subar|
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Lecture by Dr. Robert Miller, Associate Professor of Bible at Catholic University, on recent trends in ancient Israelite archaeology, Main Hall 168, 7:30 pm
Film Screening, The Last Days, on the Holocaust in Hungary, Main Hall 168, 7:30 pm
Lecture by Dr. Ingrid Bianca Byerly, Senior Lecturing Fellow in Anthropology at Duke University, on music and social protest, Main Hall 168, 7:30 pm
Lecture by Dr. Jonathan Friedman, Director of Holocaust and Genocide Studies at West Chester University, on Jon Anderson's Chagall Project, Sykes 010A, 7:30 pm
Holocaust Remembrance Day Program, with speakers from the organization, Seeds of Peace, Sykes 005, 7:00 pm
Field Studies to Armenia and Turkey. Graduate and undergraduate students will have the opportunity to learn about the Armenian genocide and to participate in the International Conference of Genocide Scholars in Yerevan, Armenia. Contact Dr. Brenda Gaydosh for information, email@example.com.
Field Studies to Los Angeles. Undergraduate students will have the opportunity to learn about the rich history of the gay and Jewish communities of Los Angeles, visiting numerous museums--including the ONE National Museum of Gay History and Culture, the Skirball Museum of Jewish History, the Simon Wiesenthal Museum of Tolerance, and the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust. Contact Dr. Jonathan Friedman for information, firstname.lastname@example.org.