The advisory committee for the Dr. Harold Abel Endowed Lecture Series in the Study of Dictatorship, Democracy and Genocide will invite to campus distinguished scholars to discuss the past, present and future of worldwide genocide. The series focuses on the impact of historical events such as the Holocaust and mass murders in Africa, Southeast Asia, and Central America.
Rohingya Refugee Panel / Abel Lecture Series
Friday, March 20, 2020
Park Library Auditorium
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
"Ending Exile: The Meaning and Making of Solutions to Refugee Crises"
Thursday, November 9, 2017
"Jewish Honor Courts in the Aftermath of the Holocaust"
Friday, April 7, 2017
"From Rwanda to the Present: The Prosecution of Atrocity Crimes"
Thursday, November 17, 2016
You Too Can Make a Difference: Rescue and Rescuers during the Holocaust
Thursday, April 7, 2016
"Women's Leadership in the Korean Peace Process"
Steven E. Aschheim
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
"Why the Germans? Why the Jews? The Perennial Holocaust Question"
April 1, 2015
"Can a Declaration Combat Genocide?"
November 17, 2014
"Seeing the Holocaust from Shanghai"
Zoltan Tibori Szabo
March 24, 2014
"Right Wing Extremism in Central and Eastern Europe"
November 19, 2013
"Terezín, 1941-1945: The Most Unlikely, Curious, Accidental, Enigmatic, and Inspiring ‘Improvised University’ in History"
April 7, 2013
Video: Reading by Holocaust survivor Vera Meisels
March 21, 2012
Video: "The Armenian Genocide and the Holocaust Through the Extraordinary Experiences of Two Survivors Who Outwitted Their Killers"
November 9, 2011
Video: "Kristallnacht: A Night of Broken Glass, Broken Bodies, Broken Hearts"
March 28, 2011
Video: "The Partition of Sudan & the Crisis in the Arab World"
November 9, 2010
Video: "Genocide and the Moral Order in a Globalized World"
November 9, 2009
Video: "A New Look at Hitler and the Beginning of the Holocaust"