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Title:Third World Views of the Holocaust records
Date:April 18-20, 2001
Location Code:30/1
Reference Code:A108
Extent:.15 cubic feet
Scope and Content Abstract:This collection documents the events of the symposium, on third world views of the Holocaust. It includes a printed program and two videotapes: a full version of the event and a shortened version for classroom use.
Historical Abstract:Northeastern University established the Stotsky Professorship in Jewish Historical and Cultural Studies in 1991 from a gift by Dr. Bernard A. Stotsky. The professorship supports one faculty member from the College of Arts and Sciences to research broad ethical, cultural, and social issues arising from the Holocaust. During his term of appointment, July 1, 1998 through June 30, 2002, political science professor William F.S. Miles organized a symposium to discuss how the Holocaust has been integrated into the cultures and societies of third world nations. Held on April 18-22, 2001, speakers from third world nations including India, Mexico, and Cambodia, gathered to discuss the integration of the Holocaust into their cultures and societies.
System of Arrangement:Arranged in one alphabetical sequence.
Subjects and Contributors:
  • Holocaust.
  • Miles, William F. S.
  • Northeastern University (Boston Mass.). Holocaust Awareness Committee.
Processor:Finding aid prepared by Irina Tsiklik, March 11, 2009
Bibliography

Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). The Stotsky Professorship of Jewish Historical and Cultural Studies. http://www.jewishstudies.neu.edu/awards_and_fellowships/stotsky_professorship/

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BoxTitleDate
Audio Visual Material
1Videotape of Symposium, Abridged Classroom VersionApril 18-22, 2001
1Videotape of Symposium, Complete VersionApril 18-22, 2001
1Program from Third World Views of the Holocaust SymposiumApril 18-22, 2001