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An exploration of various modes of
representing genocide and an inquiry into the
ethical obligations of the witness


Streaming video of speakers

(will be continually updated as the events are digitized)

 

With the generous support of The Carlton Raymond and Wilberta Ripley Savage Endowment for International Relations and Peace, University of Oregon; The Arlene and Harold Schnitzer CARE Foundation; The Georgianne and Dr. Kenneth Singer and Ms. Roberta Singer Family Fund in Judaic Studies; Don Schireson; Michael and Michele Wiener; and Howard Zellman.

Co-sponsored by the Harold Schnitzer Family Program in Judaic Studies at the University of Oregon; the Oregon Humanities Center Public Programs Fund; and the Oregon Humanities Center Tzedek Professorship. Also College of Arts and Sciences; Comparative Literature; English; Ethnic Studies; German and Scandinavian; German Studies Committee; History; International Studies; the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art; the School of Journalism and Communication; the Lowenberg Fund for Holocaust Education; Philosophy; Political Science; Office of the President; Office of the Provost; Oregon Holocaust Resource Center, Pacific University; Religious Studies; Romance Languages; and UO Hillel Foundation.

Leonard Baskin print

Man of Peace, Leonard Baskin, 1952. By permission of the Estate of Leonard Baskin. ©Estate of Leonard Baskin.

K E Y N O T E VS P E A K E R S

Jerry Fowler

Nicholas Kristof


Samantha Power

James Young

Barbie Zelizer