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April 06, 1973 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-06

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Academic Parley on Holocaust
Set at Boston Hebrew College

BOSTON — Many of the
world's scholars on the Holo-
caust will gather April 30 at
Hebrew College in Boston to
share their views and find-
ings in commemoration of
the 30th anniversary of the
Warsaw Ghetto uprising.
This conference is an out-
growth of the academic
courses on the Holocaust giv-
en at the Hebrew College and
the increasing conviction in
Jewish academic and com-
munal circles that the psy-
chological, historical a n d
theological dimensions of the
Holocaust are exerting a
growing and decisive influ-
ence on the development of
contemporary Jewry, both in
America and in Israel.
The topics that will be ex-
plored by the conference in-
clude the Nazi mentality and
its psychodynamics, the Ger-
man legal system and its
relation to the killing pro-
cess, the Jewish responses to
the deadly threat closing in,
the Nazi bureaucratic de-
sign for assembly-line mur-
der, rescue efforts, American
reactions to the enormous
challenge, and the theologi-
cal reappraisals evoked by
the agonies of the period.
The conference will in-
clude opportunities to dis-
cuss the academic presenta-
General director of the con-
ference is Dr. Herbert Rosen-
blum, associate dean, who
will introduce the theme and
the participants
The participants and their

topics are: Prof. Paul Book-
binder (University of Massa-
chusetts) "The Crime of Be-
ing: the German Legal Sys-
tem and the Extermination
of the Jews;" Prof. Emil
Fackenheim (University of
Toronto) "Concerning Au-
thentic and Inauthentic Re-
sponses to the Holocaust;"
Prof. Henry L. Feingold
(City University of New
York) "Roosevelt and the
Resettlement Question;"
Prof. Erich Goldhagen (Har-
vard University) "The Nazi
Notion of Race Defilement
(Rassenschande): On In-
quiry into some Mago-Mythi-
cal Features and Sexual Ob-
sessions of the Nazi Mind;"
Prof. Raul Hilberg (Univer-
sity of Vermont) "The Holo-
caust as an Administrative
Phenomenon; Mrs. Dalia
Ofer (Brandeis University)
"Rescue Efforts and the Is-
tanbul Center" and Dr. Isiah
Trunk (YIVO Institute for
Jewish Research) "Jewish
Responses to Nazi Persecu-
tion: Collective and Individ-
ual Behavior in Extremis."
Historians, psychologists,
sociologist, political scien-
tists, theologians are invited
to participate. For reserva-
tions and information, con-
tact Hebrew College, 43
Hawes St., Brookline, Mass.

Nearly 4,700 persons en-
rolled in the University of
Michigan's statewide real
estate program during 1971-

Jews Warned Against Joining Red-Baiters in Soviet Jewry Drive

women's division of the
American Jewish Congress
was cautioned by Yeshiva
University History Prof.
Allen Pollack that in seeking
freedom for Soviet Jewry it
should not "exacerbate" So-
viet-American relations or
join the anti-Communists.
Speaking to 500 delegates
at the division's 40th anniver-
sary conference, Dr. Pollack
said "We have to confront
the Soviet Union but we must
not do it in such a way that
will lead to intensification of
the cold war. We must be
careful of bed fellows we
may have, and not join in
those who oppose everything
we as Jews stand for."
Urging the AJC women to
"battle as Jews, Americans
and human beings," Dr. Pol-
lack, a leader in the Amer-
ican Professors for Peace in
the Middle East, said that
the "Soviet Union, being a
dictatorial power, needs a
scapegoat" and has seized
"on anti-Semitism in the

prepared to "intensify this
deep-s e a t e d, anti-Semitic
Two programs for Amer-
ican Jews and a series of
strong appeals to bring about
improvement in efforts to
extend Jewish continuity
marked the closing of the
Swedes Denied OK
One resolution vowed "Our
to search, to
to Probe Iraqi Jewry determination
study and to learn about our
COPENHAGEN (JTA) — Jewish heritage so that our
Two prominent Swedes who personal lives and life styles
wanted to investigate the fate will serve as role models for
of the 11 Jews who have dis- our families."
appeared and many who have
The second resolution re-
been executed in Iraq have iterated the organization's
been refused visas to enter call on the American Jewish
that country by the Baghdad community "to reinforce and
authorities. According to re- support all forms of Jewish
cent reports, the Jews were education and Jewish cul-
murdered while in jail.
tural activities on all levels."
The Swedes, a jurist and a
Other resolutions adopted
member of Parliament, Per at the closing session favor-
Ahlman, who has long been ed equal rights for women
fighting for the rights of and minorities, amnesty for
Jews in Arab countries, had expatriates who refused mili-
asked for visas in February. tary service in the Vietnam
war and unfettered emigra-
Classifieds Get Quick Results I tion rights for Soviet Jews.

guise of anti-Zionism" for
this purpose.
Soviet officials, he said,
are engaged in spreading
propaganda that a "world-
wide Jewish conspiracy is
the real enemy of the Soviet
Union" and that they are

A resolution opposing
quotas in hiring and college
admissions, called for "goals
with appropriate safeguards"
to increase the participation
of minorities and women.
Mrs. Jacqueline K. Levine,
of East Orange, N.J., was in-
stalled to her second two-
year term as president.
Ambassador David Rivlin,
the consul general of Israel
in New York, predicted that
"4 or 5,000,000 Jews" will be
living in Israel in our life-

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