The Annual Lipman Lecture in Jewish Studies

Endowed by the Lipman Family

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior Lipman Lecturers

2010-11 — Tom Segev, “Simon Wiesenthal, Nazi Hunter: The Man who Refused to Forget”

2009-10 — David Bame, “A Faith in Peace: Current U.S. Policy Issues in the Middle East”

2008-09 — Michael Wex, “Just Say Nu: Yiddish from the Jewish Shtetl to the American Heartland”

2007-08 — Jonathan Sarna, “The Furture of the American Jew: American Judaism in the 21st Century”

2006-07 — Deborah Lipstadt, “In Every Generation They Wish to Destroy Us: Anti-Semitism and Anti-Israelism as Factors in Jewish Identity”

2005-06 — Jerry Fowler, “Creating a Constituency of Conscience: The Role of Holocaust Remembrance in Combating Contemporary Genocide”

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The Annual Berger Family Holocaust Lecture

Endowed by Drs. Robert and Patricia (’62) Berger

Robert O. Paxton

“Vichy France and the Jews: Shield or Traitor?”

Thursday, April 5, 2012, 7PM, Diamond 142.

 

Prior Berger Lecturers

2010-11 — Hasia Diner, “Not a Silent Generation” Post-War American Jews and the Memory of the Holocaust”

2009-10 — Joanna Michlic

2008-09 — Peter Hayes, “The Holocaust: Myths and Misunderstandings”

2007-08 — Doris Bergen, “The Challenges of Studying the Holocaust”

2006-07 — Christopher Browning, “Remembering Survival: The Factory Slave Labor Camps of Starachowice, Poland”

2005-06 — Phillip Silver, “Hitler’s ‘Model Camp’: Jews, Music, and Resistance at Terezin, 1941-1944″

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The Jewish Studies Program is also grateful to Barry and Judith Bronstein (P’96) for endowing the Bronstein Fund for Jewish Studies and Holocaust Studies, whose funds support a variety of Jewish Studies programs.