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---------------------------------------------------------------------------- All are welcome to attend the following events. Unless otherwise noted, all programs are free and held at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW, Washington, DC 20024-2126. So we may ensure sufficient space for each event, please reserve seating in advance by telephoning (202) 488-6162. All programs are subject to change, and new events are often added. Please check the reservation line or the Museum's Website (www.ushmm.org) for actual times, locations, and updates. AFTERNOON PRESENTATION THURSDAY, MAY 1 2-4 p.m. Adolf Eichmann, Executor of Genocide David Cesarani is Professor of Modern Jewish History and Director, AHRB Parkes Institute for the Study of Jewish/Non-Jewish Relations, Southhampton University, United Kingdom. Professor Cesarani discusses his recent research on Adolf Eichmann as a Nazi and an executor of genocide. Classroom B, Gonda Education Center AFTERNOON PRESENTATION THURSDAY, MAY 8 2-4 p.m. The "Gold Train" and the Plunder of Hungarian Jewish Assets Ronald W. Zweig is Professor, Department of Jewish History, Lester and Sally Entin Faculty of the Humanities, Tel Aviv University; 1999 Matthew Family Fellow, Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies; and 2000-2001 American University-Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies Invitational Fellow, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Professor Zweig discusses the theft of Jewish property during World War II, focusing on the controversy surrounding the "Gold Train" that was filled with the property of murdered Hungarian Jews and captured by the U.S. Army in May 1945. Classroom B, Gonda Education Center AFTERNOON PRESENTATION THURSDAY, MAY 15 12-2 p.m. Making Historical Sites Visible: Holocaust Memorials in Germany Thomas Lutz is head of the Topography of Terror Foundation's Memorial Museums Department in Berlin. He discusses the development, status, and future of memorial museums in Germany, with particular focus on the history and architecture of the Topography of Terror Documentation Centre and Open-Air Exhibition in Berlin. Classroom B, Gonda Education Center AFTERNOON PRESENTATION THURSDAY, MAY 22 12-2 p.m. The Experiences of Women and Men during the Holocaust Nechama Tec is Professor of Sociology, University of Connecticut-Stamford; Member, United States Holocaust Memorial Council and its Academic Committee; and 1997 Senior Research Fellow, Miles Lerman Center for the Study of Jewish Resistance, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. In her most recent book, Resilience and Courage: Women, Men, and the Holocaust (2003), Professor Tec traces the cooperative efforts and coping strategies of women and men during the Holocaust. Classroom A, Gonda Education Center PANEL PRESENTATION THURSDAY, JUNE 5 2-4 p.m. Anne Frank in Film and Literature Panelists highlight Anne Frank's literary achievements, examine her journals as they relate to other contemporaneous Holocaust testimonies, and analyze representations of Anne Frank in television and film. This panel is one of several programs taking place between April 2003 and April 2004 in commemoration of the Museum's 10th Anniversary. For information on other 10th Anniversary commemorative activities, including an exhibition displaying selected original writings by Anne Frank, visit the Museum's website at www.ushmm.org. Anne Frank's Diaries: A Literary Perspective-R. Clifton Spargo, Associate Professor of English, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and 2000-2001 Pearl Resnick Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Postwar Representations of Anne Frank in Television and Film-Steven Carr, Associate Professor of Communications, Indiana University and Purdue University-Fort Wayne, and 2002-2003 Fellow, Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Classroom A, Gonda Education Center ANNOUNCEMENTS Center-Published Occasional Paper In furtherance of its promotion of Holocaust studies, including the timely dissemination of scholarly output to researchers and the general public, the Center supplements its book and journal publishing program with a series of working or occasional papers. A complete list of the papers is available on the Museum's website www.ushmm.org. The most recent occasional paper is Omer Bartov, From the Holocaust in Galicia to Contemporary Genocide: Common Ground-Historical Differences, based on the Joseph and Rebecca Meyerhoff Annual Lecture that he delivered at the Museum in December 2002. Single copies of occasional papers may be obtained free by addressing a letter request to Academic Publications at the Museum's Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies or by an e-mail request to email@example.com. Member and Student Discount for United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Journal Holocaust and Genocide Studies The Museum's scholarly journal, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, is published three times a year by Oxford University Press. Under the editorship of Professor Richard D. Breitman of American University, who sits on the Academic Committee of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council, it is the major international, multi-disciplinary forum for the publication of new scholarship on the Holocaust. For more information, consult www3.oup.co.uk/holgen/. To receive advance notification of the contents of future issues of Holocaust and Genocide Studies, sign up for the contents alerting service, available free of charge to subscribers and non-subscribers alike at www3.oup.co.uk/holgen/etoc.html. Specially discounted subscriptions are available to students and to United States Holocaust Memorial Museum members on a one-calendar-year basis for $31.00. Send requests for subscriptions or for a free sample copy to Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Journals Marketing, Oxford University Press, 2001 Evans Road, Cary, NC 27513. Reissued Center-Sponsored Book about the Holocaust Resistance: The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, by Israel Gutman Now restored to print, this award-winning history is informed by the renowned scholar-author's personal experiences. A survivor of the battle, Israel Gutman draws on diaries, letters, underground press reports, and other documents to chronicle the vibrant culture that shaped the young fighters. Paperback reissue published by Houghton Mifflin's Mariner Books in association with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. This book is available in paperback and hardcover through the Museum Shop, (202) 488-6144; fax (202) 488-0438. -- H-MUSEUM H-Net Network for Museum Professionals E -Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org WWW: http://www.h-museum.net