Here are the winners of the Lydia May Memorial Holocaust Writing Contest: Division I 1st place – Leah Stewart 2nd place – Eliot Marotta Division II 1st place– Maria Auricchio 2nd place – Mikaela Hadaway … 3rd place – Leah Byrd Honorable Mention – Alexas Turner Honorable Mention – Caitlin Colbert
Please go to our Facebook page to see photos of all the entries. Winners of the 2013 Max May Memorial Holocaust Art Contest – for privacy reasons their schools and grades are not listed.Division I: 1st Place – Aly Landis 2nd Place – Jordan Vandersluis 3rd Place – Nicholas Moorman Honorable Mention – Edin German, [...]
here’s an announcement about a summer trip for teachers: HOLOCAUST EDUCATION TEACHER SUMMER TRAVEL Journey to Poland and the sites of the Holocaust Educators’ Summer Seminar – 2013 In cooperation with Miami-Dade County Public Schools and Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education / March of the Living The Department of Social Sciences is offering [...]
Yad vaShem in Jerusalem hosts seminars and workshops each summer for English-speaking educators; this July, the theme is “the ghettoes.” You can see further information and the application here.
We have added a Youtube channel – you can find it by searching “Dayton Holocaust” on Youtube. All the “Faces of the Holocaust” video interviews will be added… slowly; the upload takes a long time.
Dear Colleagues, I am pleased to announce a call for applicants to the doctoral program at the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Clark University. Together with the History Department, the Strassler Center offers a unique doctoral program in Holocaust History and Genocide Studies. We also offer an interdisciplinary Ph.D. stream in the Psychology [...]
REMEMBERING KRISTALLNACHT The University of Dayton will hold a candlelight vigil at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, in the Immaculate Conception Chapel to remember Kristallnacht — “The Night of Broken Glass” — which many historians view as the beginning of the Holocaust. The ceremony is open to the public. A genocide prevention teach-in is scheduled [...]
The Flame Society is proud to announce that its new Holocaust documentary series, Re-Living The Holocaust: Through Their Eyes, will premiere on Jewish Life Television (JLTV) on Tuesday, November 13 at 10PM (ET/PT). This is a first episode of what will be the first weekly documentary series on The Holocaust. JLTV is the only full-time [...]
Wright State University’s Annual Kristallnacht Commemoration—free and open to the public. Wednesday November 14, 7:30 pm, Millett Hall Atrium This year’s program features Robert Kahn, discussing “The Collapse of Moral Judgement in Nazi Germany.” As a boy in pre-war Germany, Robert Kahn and his family were terrorized by Nazi storm troopers on Kristallnacht. He therefore [...]
We are excited to let you know about a special program that we have collaboratively planned; and that is jointly sponsored by the College of Saint Elizabeth Holocaust Education Resource Center and the Education Department of the American Society for Yad Vashem. “After the Holocaust: The Courage to Rebuild” is the theme for our Professional [...]