Streaming Yom Hashoah Lecture by Yehuda Bauer, April 21st

From Brandeis University:

Yom HaShoah/Holocaust Remembrance Day Program — A Brandeis University program in your home

Yehuda Bauer, a pioneer in the field of Holocaust studies, will speak on “Holocaust and Genocide: A Historian’s Viewpoint,†at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday evening April 21. This program will be available live and free to the public on the Brandeis University website.

To view it, go to:

Bauer, a deep and dynamic speaker, serves on the faculty of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and at the International Institute for Holocaust Research at Yad Vashem. He has been widely recognized for his work on the prevention of genocide. In 1998, Bauer was the recipient of the Israel Prize, the highest civilian award in Israel.

Professor Bauer’s talk will be archived at following the conclusion of the program.
For more information, call (781) 736-2125, or visit

Presented by the Tauber Institute for the Study of European Jewry and Sarnat Center for the Study of Anti-Jewishness with the support and cooperation of the Center for German and European Studies; the Holocaust Remembrance Committee, Brandeis Hillel; and the Office of the Dean of Arts and Sciences

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