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The Ian and Mildred Karten Memorial Lecture Event

Origin: 
The Parkes Institute
Ian and Mildred Karten
Time:
18:00
Date:
5 February 2019
Venue:
Avenue Campus, University of Southampton, Southampton SO17 1BF

For more information regarding this event, please email Tracy Storey at parkes@southampton.ac.uk .

Event details

The Ian and Mildred Karten Memorial Lecture is part of the Parkes Institute annual lecture series and has been named to honour the generosity and interest shown by Ian and Mildred in the Parkes Institute.

Overcoming the 'Dark Past': Confronting the Holocaust in Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine

After several decades of progress in coming to terms with the involvement of some Poles, Lithuanians and Ukrainians in the mass murder of the Jews by the Nazi government of Germany during the Second World War, a populist reaction has developed calling into question this self-critical approach. Looking at this process from a comparative perspective makes it possible to identify both its common features and its specific character in Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine.

Antony Polonsky
Antony Polonsky

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Please note this is a free event however we request you book a place using the Book this Event button above if you wish to attend. Bookings will close at 13:00 on Friday 1 February 2019.

Speaker information

Professor Antony Polonsky,Brandeis University,Professor Polonsky is Albert Abramson Professor of Holocaust Studies at Brandeis University. He is the author of many historical works on the Holocaust, and is an expert on Polish Jewish history.

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