Learn, Teach, Prevent
Holocaust Education in the 21st CenturyBook - 2010
The theme of Seton Hill University's 2009 Ethel LeFrak Conference was "Holocaust Education in the 21st Century: Religious and Cultural Perspectives," and its message was clear: Learn the lessons of the past. Teach a new generation. Prevent such things from happening again--to anyone, anywhere, at any time.Learn.Teach. Prevent. includes essays about art and literature, rescuers and bystanders, interreligious dialogue and new technologies for teaching, and there are also essays about the Holocaust and other genocides. Well-known scholars like Michael Berenbaum, John Pawlikowski, and Steven Jacobs have contributed essays, as have newer, younger scholars who are just beginning to make their mark in the world of Holocaust and Genocide Studies. This is what makes Learn. Teach. Prevent. so interesting. Every paper also includes Questions for Discussion, as well as a Bibliography of readings for further study.
Publisher: Greensburg, Pa. : National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education, Seton Hill University, c2010.
Branch Call Number: D804.33 .R588 2010
Characteristics: 341 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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