Reimagining Education About the Holocaust and Genocide
The Conference’s theme in 2024 is "Reimagining Education About the Holocaust and Genocide"
Committee Chair – Dr. Tanya Kevorkian (History Dept.)
Dr. Onek Adyanga (History Dept.)
Dr. Kirsten Bookmiller (Government, Policy, and Law Dept.)
Dr. Sarah Brooks (Educational Foundations Dept.)
Dr. Jill Craven (English and World Languages Dept.)
Dr. Justin Garcia (Criminology, Sociology, and Anthropology Dept.)
Dr. Kasia Jakubiak (English and World Languages Dept.)
Dr. Victoria Khiterer (History Dept.)
Barry Kornhauser (Office of Visual and Performing Arts)
P. Alan and Linda Loss Keynote Lecture:
P. Alan and Linda Loss Keynote Lecture “Atrocity Crimes in Ukraine: Lessons of the Holocaust and the History of Genocide” by Dr. Norman Naimark.
The P. Alan and Linda Loss Keynote Lecture will serve as the anchor/culmination of the Conference in 2022-23. It will feature Dr. Norman Naimark, one of the most internationally well-known scholars on genocide, professor of East European Studies at Stanford University and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution. He is an author of such widely recognized books as Fires of Hatred: A History of Ethnic Cleansing and Stalin’s Genocides. Dr. Naimark will visit Millersville University on April 20, 2023. He will meet with the students and give the P. Alan and Linda Loss Keynote Lecture at 7pm in Biemesderfer Hall.
Organized by Dr. Victoria Khiterer