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Roma, Jews, and the Holocaust

6 March at 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Free

Jews and Roma died side by side in the Holocaust, yet the world did not recognize their destruction equally. In the years and decades following the war, the Jewish experience of genocide increasingly occupied the attention of legal experts, scholars, educators, and politicians, while the genocide of Europe’s Roma went largely ignored. How do we rewrite Holocaust history in light of our understanding that Nazi genocidal practices against Jews and Roma were deeply interconnected? And how should we view Romani and Jews’ survivors’ parallel but unequal struggles for historical justice in the postwar period?

 

This event will take place at 7pm UK, please find your local time on 6 March here.
Israel: 9pm
Eastern time: 2pm
Pacific time: 11am
If you have any difficulties booking a ticket, or you do not receive the Zoom link 24 hours before the event, please email bethany@sirmartingilbertlearningcentre.org

Professor Ari Joskowicz

Professor Ari Joskowicz

Ari Joskowicz is the chair of the Department of Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt University, where he teaches on the Holocaust and the history of antisemitism. His most recent book is Rain of Ash: Roma, Jews, and the Holocaust, which appeared this spring and won the Frankel Prize for the year’s best book in Holocaust studies.

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Date:
6 March
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7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Free
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