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Now Accepting Applications for 2019-2020 Academic Year

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This unique MA Program is dedicated to creating and nurturing a new generation of Holocaust researchers and educators. In addition to rigorous multi-disciplinary course work with leading researchers, our students gain professional experience through research assistantships, internships in Israel and abroad, seminars and study tours. Students also have the opportunity to hear from Holocaust survivors and as well as build relationships with survivors through volunteer programs. Our programs hopes to help foster dedication to the field of Holocaust Studies.

 

New! Entrepreneurship in Holocaust Commemoration and Education

The Weiss-Livnat Program is embarking on an exciting initiative aimed at training our students in developing skills necessary for entrepreneurship in Holocaust commemoration and education.

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Program News

Fall 2018 Newsletter
 

We are excited to welcome our new students of Cohort VII! They’ve come from countries all over the world – Spain, Germany, US, Australia, and Ireland – to name a few. We pride ourselves on our multidisciplinary approach to Holocaust Studies, which is highlighted by the diversity of our student’s academic backgrounds – whether it’s playwriting or linguistics, history or communications – our students bring a fresh take on how Holocaust Studies are defined today. 

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New Issue of Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust

We are happy to announce the publication of a new issue of Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust! The newest addition, Volume 32, Issue 2 features three engaging articles and a special Scholars Forum: Thomas Weber’s Becoming Hitler: The Making of a Nazi with an introduction by Gavriel D. Rosenfeld.

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Program features

 

 

 

Arrivals, Departures: The Oscar Ghez Collection

June 4, 2018 marked the opening exhibition at the Hecht Museum. This exciting project brought together eighteen Jewish artists who lived in Paris at the outbreak of World War II. Sixteen of the Eighteen were murdered by the Nazis, their art destroyed and their memories erased. Under the guidance of our in-house art historian expert and professor, Dr. Rachel Perry, our interning students spent the year hard at work preparing this exciting exhibit. 

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