The David L. Rice Library and Criminal Justice department at the University of Southern Indiana are sponsoring a colloquium on the Holocaust, genocide, and those who survive hate of the past and modern-day. We will present during the week of April 18th through the 22nd in the afternoon and evening. Sessions will be hybrid (face-to-face with streaming) as technology allows.
Proposals: 500-750 word abstract
Deadline for submission: March 18, 2022
Please let us know if you would be interested in contributing to
the colloquium in one of the following ways:
• Panel Discussion
• Poster Session
• Readings/Dramatic Performance (Recorded or in-person)
Suggested Topics include (but are not limited to):
• The Holocaust and human rights today
• Foundations or groups fighting Hate and supporting survivors
• Survival and Recovery after the Holocaust, Genocides, and Other Acts of Hate
• Symbols of Hate, past, and present
• Hate Speech and its Role in Dehumanization, Alienation, Discrimination, and Genocide
Apply at: https://usi.libwizard.com/f/Survivinghateproposal
Please contact Jennifer Greene (email@example.com) Shane White (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Todd Schroer (email@example.com) for questions about the colloquium or form.