The Holocaust & Genocide Lecture Series Presents: “Soviet Judgement at Nuremberg: A New Look At History and it’s Lessons”

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All lectures are open to the public in Stevenson 1301 for both *On Campus(OC) & Zoom Speakers.

All lectures will be live streamed via zoom platform. (Email the for remote access instructions one week before each lecture. )

Featured Speaker Today: Francine Hirsch, Ph.D. Vilas Distinguished Service Professor of History, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Join us for the 41st Annual Sonoma State University Holocaust and Genocide Lecture Series. This lecture series has brought many outstanding Holocaust and genocide survivors, liberators and rescuers, as well as leading scholars in the field to SSU. Perhaps the most powerful aspect of this series is the personal eyewitness accounts of Holocaust survivors and more recently survivors of the Rwandan, Cambodian, and Bosnian genocides. Our audience is challenged to face the difficult reality of man’s brutality and inhumanity, and to reflect on the common and varied causes of genocide. We also bear witness to the astounding human capacity for resilience. Students are encouraged to consider issues of individual accountability and what each of us can do to prevent genocide.   For questions or more information, email, 

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February 20, 2024
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