Workshop mit Paul A. Levine: Teaching the Holocaust Today A Progressive Methodology of Ideas, Frameworks & Data

Afro-Asian Institute Graz Leechgasse 22-24, A-8010 Graz Registration through 31st of October: Jennifer Brunner, j.brunner@aai-graz.at Participation is free of charge. The workshop will be held in English.
06.11.2018  |  10:00  -  12:00   |  

Teaching the Holocaust Today
A Progressive Methodology of Ideas, Frameworks & Data

Workshop
06.11.2018, 10:00-12:00, Afro-Asian Institute Graz

In this 2 hour workshop, Dr. Paul A. Levine will lead an interactive review and and discussion about how best to teach the Holocaust in 2018. In this interactive workshop, Dr. Levine will first give an overview about what he argues is a more modern and progressive way of teaching Holocaust history and memory in Europe today.

Dr. Paul A. Levine is an associate professor/Docent of Holocaust and modern European political history. The author of many publications, his widely praised book, Raoul Wallenberg in Budapest; Myth, History and Holocaust (London, 2010), won in 2012 the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation´s “Centennial Award”. Levine is co-author of the path-breaking Holocaust educational book, Tell Ye Your Children; A Book about the Holocaust in Europe, 1933- 1945. Originally published in 1998 by the Swedish government, Tell Ye your Children has been published in some 20 languages and millions of copies, most recently in Ukraine (2017) and Croatia (2018). He has taught and lectured at universities and secondary schools throughout Europe and North America, including the first-ever course in Genocide Studies at Charles University´s Faculty of Protestant Theology (Prague), 2016-2017.

Registration through 31st of October: Jennifer Brunner, j.brunner@aai-graz.at
Participation is free of charge. The workshop will be held in English.

Cooperation:
Afro-Asian Institute, Centrum für Jüdische Studien (Karl-Franzens Universität), CLIO – Verein für Geschichts- und Bildungsarbeit, Kirchliche Pädagogische Hochschule Graz

František Mořic Nágl, Living Quarters in the Theresienstadt Ghetto (1942)
František Mořic Nágl, Living Quarters in the Theresienstadt Ghetto (1942)
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