Holocaust Memory Across Generations

More than 75 years after the end of the Holocaust, the genocide of European Jewry remains a touchpoint for modern history, international law, and numerous other fields of study. As we face the passing of the generation of the direct witnesses, and confront new challenges with rising antisemitism, the landscape of Holocaust memory is changing. How can the second and third generation - and beyond - ensure the preservation and relevance of Holocaust memory in a world without direct witnesses?

The USC Shoah Foundation, USC Casden Institute, and USC Hillel held a panel discussion on January 28, 2024, in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

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