Holocaust Survivors As Educators: Making a Difference For the Future
USF Libraries Holocaust and Genocide Studies Center
University of South Florida Libraries
The USF Libraries Holocaust and Genocide Studies Center and the Florida Holocaust Museum sponsor this panel discussion with four Holocaust survivors as they describe how telling their stories has affected them and their audiences over time. Moderating the discussion are USF Professors Carolyn Ellis and Michael Berson. Presented by the Jack Chester Foundation Symposium in Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Additional promotional support provided by the USF College of Arts and Sciences and the USF College of Education.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), Genocide, Jewish (1939-1945)
1 electronic resource (1:03:25 min.).
Holocaust; Jewish (1939-1945); Genocide; Jewish (1939-1945)
University of South Florida
USF Library Presentations and Lectures
Jack Chester Foundation; USF College of Education; Berson, Michael; Rawicki, Jerry; Szentivanyi, Judith; Rinde, John; and Rinde, Toni, "Holocaust Survivors As Educators: Making a Difference For the Future" (2014). USF Library Presentations and Lectures. 15.