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Re: WEBINAR SERIES: "Come and Learn" by Indiana University's Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism

There is a new link for the webinars.It's
https://isca.indiana.edu/conferences/webinars/index.html

The next webinar is tomorrow,

June 29, 2020, 12 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Katharina von Schnurbein: New Developments in the European Response to Antisemitism
Please register here
https://iu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_2JTDkzGmQIuLMl2nltfybQ

Virtual conversations with Holocaust Researchers: Prof. Christopher Browning: Revisiting the Perpetrators 

 Western Galilee College -Holocaust Studies Program

Virtual conversations with Holocaust Researchers, hosting

Prof. Christopher Browning: Revisiting the Perpetrators : A look at the origins and post-publication history of Ordinary Men
Wednesday 15.07.2020, 19:00 Israel time and 12:00 AM East coast time USA.
Participation is free but registration is needed here:

VIRTUAL CONVERSATIONS with leading Holocaust Researchers. Prof Dieter Pohl 'Some Basic Problems of Holocaust Research'.

The Holocaust Studies Program of Western Galilee College is initiating a series of online conversations with leading Holocaust Researchers. Our first conversation will be with Prof Dieter Pohl who will speak about 'Some Basic Problems of Holocaust Research'. Talk and discussion will be on Wednesday 24.06.2020 18:00 Israel time and 11:00 AM East coast time USA

WEBINAR SERIES: "Come and Learn" by Indiana University's Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism

In the present circumstances, any plans for future scholarly gatherings in the normal conference format are necessarily on hold. Because we regard it as vital for scholars of antisemitism to maintain contact with one another, Indiana University’s Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism is pleased to announce “Come and Learn,” a series of Zoom-based webinar programs. Our goal is to encourage the ongoing pursuit of high-level research on antisemitism by fostering productive and collegial discussion of the most pertinent issues before us.