A panel hosted by the Washington State University Tri-Cities College of Arts and Sciences on Thursday, October 7 will examine the rise of Nazi and white supremacist national and international organizations throughout the 20e century and their relations with each other and with the Nazi movements.
The panel, titled “The Holocaust, Neo-Nazism and White Supremacy,” takes place from 4:15 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. via Zoom. It is organized in cooperation with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the WSU Center for Arts and Humanities. It is made possible by the Curt C. and Else Silberman Foundation, which supports higher education programs that “promote, protect and strengthen Jewish values in democracy, human rights, ethical leadership and pluralism. cultural”. The presentation is open to students, faculty and staff of WSU Tri-Cities, as well as the wider WSU system and other college campuses.
To register and attend the virtual panel, visit bit.ly/Oct2021HistoryLecture.
“This panel presentation is a relevant opportunity to explore how white supremacist groups come to power and their impact not only on our nation, but on the world,” said Robert Bauman, WSU Tri-Cities history professor. and academic director of the College of Arts and Sciences. “Especially given recent events regarding social injustice in communities in our own country, this panel will present perspectives that will help shed light on how these groups arise in the first place and the ways in which communities have responded. to these groups. “
Panelists featured include:
- C. Richard King, Professor and Chair in Humanities, History and Social Sciences at Columbia College of Chicago
- Kristine F. Hoover, Associate Professor in the Master of Arts Program in Organizational Leadership and Director of the Institute of Hate Studies at Gonzaga University
- Rebecca Erbelding, Historian of Educational Initiatives at the William Levine Family Institute for Holocaust Education at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Bauman will serve as moderator for the panel.
For more information on the presentation and panelists, visit tricities.wsu.edu/event/the-holocaust-neo-nazism-and-white-supremacy.