On September 21, 1920, the Hungarian Parliament passed Law XXV, now known as the Numerus Clausus Law (a system of “closed numbers”), introduced to limit the number of Jewish students in higher education. To mark this dark period of Hungarian history, the Holocaust Memorial Center in Budapest has organized an exhibition commemorating the 90th anniversary of this event.
/ Tuesday, November 23, 2010
USC Shoah Foundation Institute Executive Director Stephen D. Smith is featured in a podcast interview conducted by the Holocaust Denial on Trial website, designed to empower the open-minded reader to identify and reject the lies, distortions, and misleading innuendo used by Holocaust deniers.
/ Monday, November 22, 2010
The USC Shoah Foundation Institute participated in “Conflict Resolution and Peace Research: Cambodia,” a summer undergraduate course offered through the Problems Without Passports program, where students conducted their own interviews with survivors of Cambodian Genocide.
/ Monday, November 15, 2010
Central European University Seminar – Testimonies and Teaching: New Sources and Methodologies for Jewish Studies
For the second year in a row, Central European University is organizing a workshop on the use of the Visual History Archive in research and teaching.
/ Tuesday, November 2, 2010