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January 2022

Annual Holocaust Remembrance Day Event: How Healers Became Killers

January 24 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

This event will be remote, via Zoom. Registration on Eventbrite is required to receive the Zoom link . The Eventbrite system will email the Zoom link a couple day prior to the event and again the afternoon of the event.   Annual Holocaust Remembrance Day Event How Healers Became Killers: German Physicians and the Nazi 'Euthanasia' Program with Patricia Heberer-Rice, US Holocaust Memorial Museum Physicians played an important role as planners and implementers of Nazi racial policy. This lecture discusses…

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February 2022

Emerging Scholars: Miguel Vargas

February 28 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Emerging Scholars: Miguel Vargas, PhD candidate in department of religious studies. Online Zoom event. Free and open to the public, registration required. Please check back in February to register.   Details TBA

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March 2022

Too Long, Too Foreign. . . Too Jewish

March 21 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Sylvia and Irving Margolis Lecture on the Jewish Experience In-person lecture Too Long, Too Foreign. . . Too Jewish:  Antisemitism, upward mobility, and name changing in New York City, 1917-1945 with Kirsten Fermaglich, Professor of History and Jewish Studies at Michigan State University   Details TBA.  

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April 2022

Grad Student Seminar: The Sibylline Oracles: A Case Study in Ancient and Modern Anti-Judaism

April 13 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

This seminar is organized by the Center's Graduate Student Network for Carolina graduate students only. This event is currently planned as an in-person event only; check back for updates in 2022. Seminar time and location TBA.   Seminar: “The Sibylline Oracles: A Case Study in Ancient and Modern Anti-Judaism” This seminar examines ancient and modern deployments of anti-Judaism as they relate to the Sibylline Oracles, a collection of pseudepigraphic prophecies written in Greek hexameters over centuries by Jews and Christians,…

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