Comparative Memory and Justice: The Holocaust and Racial Violence in America
Thu, 11/8—Fri, 11/9 · 010 East Pyne
Center for Collaborative History
This interdisciplinary symposium will bring together leading scholars from around the world to explore intersections between legacies of racialized historical violence, trauma, and memory across African American, Jewish, and Native American traditions. The invited scholars have produced pioneering scholarship on these connections from a range of disciplinary perspectives, including history, religion, philosophy, African American studies, Jewish studies, and German studies.
Co-sponsors: Department of Art & Archaeology, Department of Comparative Literature, Department of English, Department of French & Italian, Department of German, Department of Religion, Humanities Council, Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities at Princeton (IHUM), Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS), Program in American Studies, Program in European Cultural Studies, Program in Judaic Studies, University Center for Human Values