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. Brenda 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|
|Fall 2014||ENG 400 Arendt and Benjamin: Culture, Genocide, and Human Rights, T 4:25-7:10pm, SSL 150||Dr. MacPhee|
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Dr. Helene Sinnreich, Director of Jewish Studies at Youngstown State University will be giving a lecture on her research on women in the Lodz ghetto.
Dr. Sinnreich is the Director of the Center for Judaic and Holocaust Studies at Youngstown State University. She is the editor in chief of the Journal of Jewish Identities. Dr. Sinnreich has served as a fellow at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. and at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. Her research focuses on victim experiences during the Holocaust. Her forthcoming book on Lodz Ghetto survivor Heinek Fogel will be published by Yad Vashem.
Time: 7:30 pm
Place: Philips Autograph Library
West Chester University professors Rebecca Chancellor (Psychology), Brenda Gaydosh (History), and Aaron Rundus (Psychology) are taking students to Rwanda in June 2014. The group will travel the country learning about the history, animal life and culture of Rwanda. Professor Gaydosh will accompany the History and Holocaust Genocide students on a special tour to sites of the Rwandan Genocide. Anyone interested in this trip should contact Dr. Gaydosh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two thousand fifteen will mark the 100th anniversary of the Armenia Genocide. The International Association of Genocide Scholars will be holding their annual meeting in Yerevan, Armenia. Professor Brenda Gaydosh will be taking students to Turkey, Turkistan, and Armenia accompanied by local guides. We will visit the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute and attend the Genocide Scholars Conference in Yerevan. Those interested should contact Dr. Gaydosh at email@example.com.