Fri Oct 12
Who Owns Anne Frank in the Twenty-First Century?4:00pm - 5:30pmOld Mill 325 (John Dewey Lounge)
Who Owns Anne Frank in the Twenty-First Century?
David Barnouw, Netherlands Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies (NIOD)
David Barnouw is an independent scholar and emeritus researcher at the Netherlands Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studie, and was Visiting Professor at the Miller Center for Holocaust Studies at the University of Vermont in 2008 and 2012. A renowned expert on Anne Frank, he is editor of The Diary of Anne Frank: The Critical Edition, co-author of Wie verraadde Anne Frank?, and author of The Phenomenon of Anne Frank, published by Indiana University Press in 2018.
Sponsored by the Henry and Lili Altschuler Endowment for Holocaust Studies at UVM
Sun Oct 21
Symposium: Poland under German Occupation9:00am - 6:00pmUVM Alumni House, 61 Summit Street
The Eighth Miller Symposium
Poland under German Occupation, 1939-45
Further details and full symposium schedule will be posted here in early Fall 2018
“Uneasy Bonds: Jews in Hiding and the Making of Surrogate Families,” Natalia Aleksiun, Touro College
"Pyrrhic The Leonard and Carolyn Miller Endowment for Holocaust Studies at UVM
Victories? Warsaw’s Two Uprisings in the Second World War,“ Winson Chu, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
"The Ghettos: Jewish Sources on the Struggle for Survival in Warsaw and Łódź,” Andrea Löw, Institute for Contemporary History, Munich
“Stories of Power: Sexual Contacts between Occupiers and Locals,” Maren Röger, University of Augsburg
“Polish Debates on the Holocaust from the 1940s to the Present,” Dariusz Stola, Polin-Museum of the History of Polish Jews
Sponsored by the Leonard and Carolyn Miller Endowment for Holocaust Studies at UVM
Sat Nov 10
Daniel Kahn and the Painted Bird (Performances at 7:00 pm and 9:30 pm)7:00pm - 9:00pmFlynnSpace, 153 Main Street, Burlington
Two performances, starting at 7:00 pm and 9:30 pm respectively.
There is an entry fee for these concerts, which are being presented as part of the UVM Lane Series. For information about tickets, please visit the Lane Series website: https://www.uvm.edu/laneseries
Daniel Kahn and the Painted Bird, with their immersive and edgy performance style, live up to their reputation as "radical Yiddish borderland bandistas with punk attitude.” Dedicated to the great political and personal themes of our time, they play revolutionary anthems for the apocalypse. The music is part Klezmer, part jazz, and part Weimar Cabaret, with homages to Brecht, Tom Waits, and folk ballads. Kahn and his band are originals who do not shy away from subversive themes. Daniel was supposed to be a part of the Semer Ensemble music tour last season but had a prior commitment, and so we’re excited to present him this season, with his own band, in the atmospheric black box theater of the FlynnSpace.
Co-sponsored by the UVM Lane Series, Vermont Public Radio, Jewish Communities of Vermont, and the Carolyn and Leonard Miller Center for Holocaust Studies at UVM.
Mon Nov 12
The Klaus Barbie Trial and the Jews of France7:00pm - 9:00pmWaterman Bldg 338 (Memorial Lounge)
Annual Raul Hilberg Memorial Lecture
The Klaus Barbie Trial and the Jews of France
Speaker: Norman Goda, University of Florida
The trial of Klaus Barbie (the so-called “Butcher of Lyon”) in 1987 was France’s most notable Holocaust trial. The desire by French Jewish leaders to emphasie Jewish Holocaust testimonies pitted them against powerful forces in France that favored opposing narratives, from former members of the French resistance to post-colonial thinkers, who especially opposed Israel and sought to equate the Jewish State with Nazi Germany. The trial helps to explain underlying antisemitic forces in France today.
Norman J.W. Goda is the Norman and Irma Braman Professor of Holocaust Studies at the University of Florida. His books include Tales from Spandau: Nazi Criminals and the Cold War and The Holocaust: Europe, the World, and the Jews, 1918-1945.
The Annual Raul Hilberg Memorial Lecture is supported by Jerold D. Jacobson, Esquire, of New York City, UVM Class of 1962, and his wife Gertraude Holle-Suppa
Wed Mar 27
Becoming Evil: How Ordinary People Commit Genocide and Mass Killing, Lecture by James Waller, Keene State College7:00pm - 9:00pmWaterman Bldg 338 (Memorial Lounge)
Becoming Evil: How Ordinary People Commit Genocide and Mass Killing
Lecture by James Waller, Keene State College
Sponsored by the Kinsler Endowment for Holocaust Studies at UVM
Wed May 01
Remembering the Shoah through Muslim Eyes, Mehnaz Afridi, Manhattan College7:00pm - 9:00pmWaterman Bldg 338 (Memorial Lounge)
Holocaust Remembrance Day Lecture
Remembering the Shoah through Muslim Eyes
Speaker: Mehnaz Afridi, Manhattan College
Further details TBA
Sponsored by the Richard Ader and Paul Konigsberg Endowment for Holocaust Studies at UVM