Second Generation Voices: Panel Discussion and Book-signing - Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion
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Second Generation Voices: Panel Discussion and Book-signing

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Monday, October 1, 2001

Thursday, October 11, 2001 at 7 pm 
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion 
Brookdale Center 
One West 4th Street (between Broadway and Mercer Street) 
free and open to the public

In the wake of New York City's tragedy, reflections from children of Holocaust survivors and perpetrators explore the enduring impact of traumatic experiences. You can reflect on how the survivors and perpetrators of evil integrate their experiences into their identities and consciousness. This discussion will also explore how parents, children and communities use altruism to ease pain and the intergenerational transmission of trauma, memory and responsibility.

Moderators: Dr. Alan Berger, Director, Holocaust and Judaic Studies Program Florida Atlantic University, Naomi Berger, Counseling Center, Florida Atlantic University

Panel: Eva Fogelman, social psychologist; author, Conscience and Courage: Rescuers of Jews During the HolocaustBjorn Krondorfer, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, St. Mary's College of Maryland, Menachem Z. Rosensaft, Director, Holocaust Survivors Memoir Project; founding chair, International Network of Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors, Anna E. Rosmus, researcher on Nazi past of her hometown and Neo-Nazism in Germany, Julie Salamon, author,The Net of Dreams; journalist, The New York Times

Co-sponsored by Psychotherapy with Generations of the Holocaust and Related Trauma, Training Institute for Mental Health

For more information, please call 212.824.2293.

Founded in 1875, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion is North America's leading institution of higher Jewish education and the academic, spiritual, and professional leadership development center of Reform Judaism. HUC-JIR educates leaders to serve North American and world Jewry as rabbis, cantors, educators, and nonprofit management professionals, and offers graduate programs to scholars and clergy of all faiths. With centers of learning in Cincinnati, Jerusalem, Los Angeles, and New York, HUC-JIR's scholarly resources comprise the renowned Klau Library, The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, museums, research institutes and centers, and academic publications. In partnership with the Union for Reform Judaism and the Central Conference of American Rabbis, HUC-JIR sustains the Reform Movement's congregations and professional and lay leaders. HUC-JIR's campuses invite the community to cultural and educational programs illuminating Jewish heritage and fostering interfaith and multiethnic understanding.