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Annual Conference
On The Holocaust

The 16th Annual Conference on
the Holocaust will be March 19-
27 in Ann Arbor.
The conference consists of an
afternoon discussion series, a
number of major speakers, films,
an art exhibit, a trip to the Holo-
caust Memorial Center, an
evening with survivors, a vigil on
the Diag, a memorial service, an
evening of creative expression,
and a children of survivors pro-
gram.
An American Jewish liberator
and survivors will speak about
liberation and memories of the
Holocaust on Saturday, March
25, at 8:30 p.m. at Hillel.
Dr. Eve Fogelman will give
this year's Michael Bernstein
Memorial Lecture titled "The
Psychology of Moral Courage" on
Thursday, March 23, at 7:30 p.m.
at Hillel.
This year's keynote speaker is
Art Spiegelman, author of the
Maus I: A Survivor's Tale —My
Father Bleeds History (1986) and
Maus II: And Here My Troubles
Began (1991). He will speak at
the Power Center on Monday,
March 27 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are
available at Hillel.
On Sunday, March 26, Pro-
fessor David Wyman will discuss
"America and the Holocaust" at
Hillel at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Wyman
is a historian from U-Mass
Amherst. He serves as a special
adviser to the U.S. Holocaust
Memorial Council.
This year's David W. Belin
Lecture in American Jewish
Affairs will be offered by Alvin
Rosenfeld who will discuss "The
Americanization of the Holo-
caust: on Monday, March 20, at
8 p.m. in Rackham Amphi-
theater.
The afternoon discussion se-
ries will include six diverse pro-
grams. Rabbi Robert Levy of
Temple Beth Emeth and the
Reverend Virginia Peacock, Epis-
copal Chaplain at U-M Canter-
bury House will discuss "God and
the Problem of Evil During the
Holocaust" on Monday, March
20, at noon in Rackham East
Conference room. On Tuesday,
March 21, Rormi Sanlo, director
of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Pro-
grams office will lead a discus-
sion on "Gays and Lesbians
during the Holocaust" at noon
in the East Conference room
of Rackham. On Wednesday,
March 22, U-M Dearborn pro-
fessor of history Dr. Sidney
Bolkovsky will offer an afternoon
discussion on "The Question of
Rescue: Denmark's Response to
the Holocaust" at noon at Hillel.
This is presented in conjunction
with the "Resistance and Rescue:
Denmark's Response to the Holo-

caust" photographic exhibit by
Thanks to Scandinavia, Inc. in
New York. A reception will fol-
low Dr. Bolkosky's talk and
guests are invited to look at the
exhibit in the adjoining hall.
On Thursday, March 23, at
noon in the East Conference
room of Rackham, U-M Profes-
sor of English Dr. Ralph
Williams will offer a talk titled
"This Has Been: Remembering
War in a Time of Truce" in which
he discusses Prima Levi's .con-
cept of our post-
liberation age as a time of truce
rather than a time of full peace.
On Friday, March 24, at 11:30
a.m. in Rackham East Confer-
ence room, Dr. Fogelman will dis-
cuss the psychodynamics of the
mourning process in a program
titled "From Mourning to Cre-
ativity: The Generation After the
Holocaust." Finally, on Monday,
March 27, U-M Professor of
Political Science Dr. Harold
Jacobson will discuss the U. N.
Convention on Genocide at 12:30
p.m. at 3050 Frieze.
This year's programming com-
mittee will present two films, The
Last Stop (1948) and The Parti-
sans of Vilna (1985), as part of
the conference. On Tuesday,

A liberator and
survivors will share
memories of the
Holocaust.

March 21, at 7 p.m. the Daniel
Goldstein Jewish Film Festival
and the Michigan Theater (603
E. Liberty) will show the rarely
screened film The Last Stop. The
Partisans of Vilna will be shown
on Wednesday, March 22, at 7:30
p.m. at 1202 in the School of
Education Building (SED).
The annual 24-hour vigil, A
Memorial of Names, will occur
on the Diag from noon on Mon-
day, March 20, until Tuesday,
March 21. The vigil will conclude
with a short memorial service led
by Michael Brooks, executive di-
rector of U-M Hillel, on Tuesday,
March 21, at 11:30 a.m. on the
Diag. Additionally, there will be
a Children of Survivors program
on Friday, March 24, at 9 p.m. at
Hillel.
Sunday, March 19, will offer
an evening of Holocaust-inspired
creative expression by students
and community members at 6
p.m. at Cava Java Cafe.
A chance to visit the Holocaust
Memorial Center in West Bloom-
field is set for Sunday, March 26.

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