Sonoma State University Spring 2002

Social Science 305: Perspectives on the Holocaust and Genocide

"Shadows of the Holocaust: Exploring the Legacies"
Warren Auditorium: Tuesdays 4:00-5:15 p.m.

The Holocaust Lecture Series is an upper division class at Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, CA.

The Holocaust Lecture Series is sponsored by the Alliance for the Study of the Holocaust, the Paul V. Benko Holocaust Education Endowment, and Sonoma State University Holocaust Study Center.

All lectures are open to the community.

A guide to this site

Student Resource Page A list of important announcements and information for students enrolled in SOCI 305.
2002 Lecture Schedule The 2002 lecture schedule with links to lecture topics and lecturers.
Links and Resources Holocaust related links and educational resources
SSU Center for the Study of the Holocaust This site currently under construction.
Community Information Contains information for non-students who would like to attend our lectures. Parking information and directions are here.
Syllabus Social Science 305: Perspectives on Holocaust and Genocide. Spring 2002 Class syllabus

FACULTY
Dr. Myrna Goodman
664-4296
M-Tu 1:00-2:30
Stev 2084K
Ilka Hartmann
664-2469
Tu 1:00-3:00p.m.
Stev 2084H
Dr. Barbara McCaffry
664-2273
Tu-Th 10:30-noon
Carson 62
Joel Neuberg
Office Hours
By appointment

 

 

Syllabus | 2002 Lecture Schedule | Resources and Links | Community Information | Student Resources

 For more information on the Holocaust Lecture Series
or the Center for the Study of the Holocaust,
please contact us at centerh@sonoma.edu.

This page was created by Carolyn Williams and Myrna Goodman
Currently maintained by Lana Kay
Updated 02.10.02