Founded in 1970 by Franklin H. Littell and Hubert G. Locke, the ASC provides an invaluable forum for scholars to discuss and advance Holocaust research, ensuring the valuable lessons of the Holocaust remain relevant for today’s world.
On March 7th we continued the important legacy established by Franklin H. Littell and Hubert G. Locke more than fifty years ago. Rather than a traditional multi-day conference, this year’s ASC featured three distinguished speakers who addressed the past, present, and future of Holocaust studies.
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11am CST – Ackerman Center Distinguished Lecture:
Dr. Yehuda Bauer, “Denial and Distortion of Holocaust Memory”
Professor Emeritus of History and Holocaust Studies at the Avraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Academic Advisor to Yad Vashem.
2pm CST – Michael and Elaine Jaffe Lecture:
Dr. Mehnaz Afridi, “Shoah Through Muslim Eyes”
Director/HGI, Holocaust, Genocide & Interfaith Education Center, Manhattan College
5pm CST – Mitchell L. and Miriam Lewis Barnett Lecture:
Pieter Kohnstam, “A Chance to Live: A Family’s Journey to Freedom”
Holocaust survivor and member of the Board of Directors for The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect
Information from the 50th Annual Scholars’ Conference, March 7-10, 2020:
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For questions about the Conference, please contact Cynthia Seton-Rogers at 972-883-2724 or email [email protected].
For questions about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Holly Hull Miori at 972-883-4119 or email [email protected].