Rutman Teaching Fellow Harry Reicher Delves into the Visual History Archive
From the Visual History Archive
Henry Rosmarin from Testimony
Impact in Profile
Meet Harry Reicher
Harry Reicher, USC Shoah Foundation’s first-ever Rutman Teaching Fellow, wrapped up his four-day fellowship today with a talk that revealed how exceptionally valuable the Visual History Archive will become to his teaching.
Henry Rosmarin remembers when he was called into the commandant’s quarters at Dyhernfurth concentration camp in Germany late one night and told to play a musical piece by Schubert on the harmonica. Henry credits his musical skills on saving his life. Henry’s testimony clip is featured in the book, Testimony – The Legacy of Schindler’s List and the USC Shoah Foundation.
Harry Reicher, recipient of the first Rutman Teaching Fellowship at USC Shoah Foundation, is in residence at the Institute this week to give a public lecture and conduct research for his Law and the Holocaust course at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.