d GLHRC: Program 2007


7:00 PM Rueff Gallery, Pao Hall, Purdue University
Exhibit: Shoes of Memory by Jenny Stolzenberg
Ceramic work, on loan from The Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre, Canada
Opening Reception: Songs of the Holocaust
with guitarist Jerry Silverman, Musician
Exhibit open March 1 through March 15

FRIDAY, March 2

6:30 PM Hillel Foundation, 912 W. State St., West Lafayette
Shabbat dinner and conversation with Charles Small
RSVP by Feb. 28 by call Hillel at 743-1293

SUNDAY, March 4, 2007

    2:30 PM Stewart Center, Room 214, Purdue University, West Lafayette
    3:00 PM Session Chair: Susan Prohofsky
Mayors' Proclamation: Tony Roswarski, Lafayette & Sonya Margerum (ret.), West Lafayette
Candle of Remembrance, Candle of Hope
Musical Tribute
Psalm 90:In Every Age, music by Dr. Brad Bodine and the St. Thomas Aquinas Singers
3:30 PM Reflections on the Frightening Legacy of the Holocaust
The First Annual Rabbi Gedalyah Engel Lecturer
Jan T. Gross, Professor of History, Princeton University
Introduction by George Horwich
4:30 PM Globalization and Its Impact on Contemporary Antisemitism
Charles Small, Founding Director, The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy
Introduction by Rachel Einwohner
6:30 PM Purdue Memorial Union
Dinner (donation $15, students $3)
Please RSVP by Feb. 27 to sue@glhrc.org
8:00 PM Rawls Hall - Room 1086, Purdue University, West Lafayette
Revisiting Auschwitz
Anna Berkovitz, Survivor
Introduction by Johanna Gartenhaus

MONDAY, March 5

9:00 AM Hillel Foundation, 912 W. State St., West Lafayette
University Religious Leaders
Breakfast and conversation with Jan T. Gross, Charles Small and Anna Berkovitz
4:30 PM Saint Thomas Aquinas, 535 W. State St., WL
Anne Frank in Rwanda
A Workshop for Secondary Teachers on Teaching the Holocaust
Chair: Sarah Powley, Educator, English Department Chair, McCutcheon H.S.
Please RSVP by Feb. 20. See link above for details.

TUESDAY, March 6

9:30 AM Fowler Hall, Purdue University
Program for Elementary and Middle School Students
Marion Blumenthal Lazan, Survivor, Author of "Four Perfect Pebbles"
Co-sponsored by The Ackerman Center, Purdue University College of Education
7:30 PM St. Thomas Aquinas, 535 W. State St., West Lafayette
New Directions in Jewish-Christian Dialogue
Moderator: Tom Ryba, Professor of Theology, Notre Dame University
   Steven Kepnes , Professor of Jewish Studies and Religion, Colgate University
   Kevin Hughes, Professor of Theology and Religious Studies, Villanova University
   Dan Frank, Director of Jewish Studies, Purdue University
   Ann Astell, Professor of English, Purdue University


7:30 PM Krannert Auditorium, Purdue University
A Symposium on the Darfur Catastrophe
Moderator: Ray Dumett, Professor of History, Purdue University
   Benaiah Yongo-Bure, Professor of Social Science, Kettering University
   Ali Dinar, Outreach Director, African Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania
   Karen Hirschfeld, Sudan Coordinator, Physicians for Human Rights
Co-sponsored by the Purdue Department of History
7AM - 6PM Memorial Mall, Purdue University
'Day to Save Darfur' Awareness Day on Campus
Sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta sorority


7:00 PM Hillel Foundation, 912 W. State St., West Lafayette
Movie: Protocols of Zion

THURSDAY, April 15

  Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Rememberance Day