Collective memory of the Holocaust takes shape around sources such as survivor accounts and the histories of the Nuremberg and Eichmann trials. In the State of Israel, where many survivors made a new life after World War II, narratives of Holocaust history have evolved over time. Join Professor Hanna Yablonka (Aron Bernstein Chair in Jewish History at Ben-Gurion University) for an exploration of these developments and their profound impact on Israeli identity.

Free; advance registration recommended

Hanna Yablonka