The Original Sin of Europe's Dark Twentieth Century: (Re)Integrating the Armenian Genocide into European and World History
IHGMS, 758 North Pleasant Street, Amherst, MA
As part of the 10th Catalan Film Festival: Catalonia Now(link is external), IHGMS is pleased to host Montse Armengou(link is external), Catalan Journalist and Investigative Documentary Filmmaker,...
The first Arab-Israeli war of 1948 began as a civil war, fought between the Arab and Jewish citizens of Mandate Palestine. It then developed into an inter-state war after the Israeli declaration of...
Joseph Süss Oppenheimer, also known as ”Jew Süss,” is one of the most iconic figures in the history of anti-Semitism. Oppenheimer was the “court Jew” of the duke of the small German state of...
IHGMS, 758 North Pleasant Street
Isenberg Flavin Family Auditorium (137 SOM)
The 92-year-old French journalist, philosopher and filmmaker reflects on the trials and tribulations he faced during the 12-year journey to make his Holocaust masterpiece, Shoah (1985).
1/30 Amherst College, 1/31 UMass IHGMS
Professor Steven E. Aschheim (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) will present two lectures in Amherst: "The 'Dialectic of Enlightenment' Revisited" and "Empathy and the Task of the Historian in the Face of Genocide"
Steven E. Aschheim (Jerusalem): Lecture "Empathy and the Task of the Historian in the Face of Genocide"
31 January 4:30pm at UMass IHGMS (Institute for Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies)