9 November 1938 and the Reversal of Nazi Jewish Policies: A Perpetrator's Perspective
10 November 2014, Dublin, Ireland
A recording of the Prof. Robert Gerwarth public lecture, "9 November 1938 and the Reversal of Nazi Jewish Policies: A Perpetrator's Perspective" which took place on Monday, 10 November 2014 in Trinity College Dublin.
Auschwitz, the East and the Nazi imagination
21 August 2013, Dublin, Ireland
A recording of the Robert Jan van Pelt public lecture, "Auschwitz, the East and the Nazi imagination" which took place on Wednesday, 21 August 2013 in Trinity College Dublin.
Annual Holocaust Memorial Lecture
05 February 2013, Dublin, Ireland
Primo Levi as Moral Witness of the Holocaust by Professor Jay Winter,Yale University
Holocaust Education Trust Ireland in association with the Herzog Centre and the Department of History, Trinity College Dublin.
Reconsidering the Issue of Jewish Resistance during the Holocaust
28 January 2013, Dublin, Ireland
In association with The Jewish Historical Society of Ireland, a division of the Irish Jewish Museum
Dr. Steven T. Katz is Director of the Elie Wiesel Center for Judaic Studies at Boston University, and holds the Alvin J. and Shirley Slater Chair in Jewish and Holocaust Studies. His many publications include Jewish Philosophers (1975); Jewish Ideas and Concepts(1977); Post-Holocaust Dialogues (1984); Historicism, the Holocaust and Zionism (1992); and the multi-volume study The Holocaust in Historical Context, vol. 1 which appeared in 1994.
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New Trends in Genocide and Holocaust Denial
22 August 2012, Trinity College Dublin
Deborah Lipstadt is Dorat Professor of Modern Jewish History and Holocaust Studies at Emory University. Her publications include: The Eichmann Trial (Schocken/Nextbook Series, 2011), History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier (Ecco/Harper Collins, 2005) and Denying the Holocaust: The Growing Assault on Truth and Memory (Free Press/MacMillan, 1993).
Annual Holocaust Memorial Lecture by Professor Richard J Evans
How Unique was 'the Final Solution'?
02 February 2012, Trinity College Dublin
Distinguished historian Richard J Evans is Regius Professor of History in the University of Cambridge and President of Wolfson College. His most recent publication is the widely acclaimed trilogy: The Coming of the Third Reich(2003), The Third Reich in Power(2005) and The The Third Reich at War (2008). His books have been translated into more than twenty languages. He acted as principal expert witness in the libel action brought by David Irving against Deborah Lipstadt over allegations of Holocaust denial in 2000.
International Conference on Antisemitism and Holocaust denial - New Perspectives
Location: Dublin, Ireland Date: 18-19 November 2010
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Abstracts and Biographies
Below you can find a PDF download containing the Abstracts and Biographies of each presenter at the conference.