March 2014 includes: The Gasthof Scandal: Play-acting as Nazis is no Innocent Game, Interview with Professor Phillip Spencer, Perpetrators sentenced in Europe, Aftermath: The Fragility of Holocaust Memory in Poland as depicted in Film, Twin Cities Premier of Claude Lanzmann's the Last of the Unjust, Laughter in the Dark: Newly Discovered Songs and Sketches from the Terezín/Theresiencstadt Ghetto 1942-44, Key Note Speaker: Adama Dieng, Badzin Fellowship Call for Applications Extended, IAS Collaborative: Brazilian Truth Commission: Is It Time to 'Reframe' the Gross Human Rights Violations?, The Evolving Memory of Argentina's "Disappeared", and Book of the Month: War Crimes, Genocide, and Justice.
University of Minnesota, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies.
CHGS Newsletter - March 2014.
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