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I am enclosing a notice for a conference call for presenters that might interest your subscribers. If you would be willing to publish it, I would be very grateful. The University of Nebraska at Omaha has issued a call for presenters to participate in an international conference to be held April 23-25, 1998. "The Legacy of the Holocaust: Its Meaning in Today's World" is an interdisciplinary conference addressing issues that the Holocaust has raised for the post-war world from all perspectives including religious, social, economic, ethical, pedagogical, psychological, political, and cultural. Participants in the conference are invited to respond to issues by presenting papers, panels, films, photo and art exhibits, performances, and other interactive formats. Keynote speakers will be Rabbi Charles H. Rosenzveig, founder and executive vice president of the Holocaust Memorial Center in Michigan; and David S. Wyman, Josiah DuBois Professor of History, Emeritus, from the University of Massachussetts, Amherst. To receive further information e-mail to email@example.com or check the conference web page at www.unomaha.edu/~ccswww/ccs5k.html. Ellen Lincoln University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Continuing Studies Omaha NE 68182 402/595-2308 http://www.unomaha.edu/~ccswww/