Tag Archives: International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Now Open: Groundbreaking Virtual Reality Exhibit Debuts on International Holocaust Remembrance Day

–The Journey Back: A VR Experience groundbreaking virtual reality experience transforming Holocaust education and remembrance is now open to the public at Illinois Holocaust Museum. Debuting on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, The Journey Back features breakthrough technology that immerses visitors in an intimate experience with Holocaust Survivors.

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International Holocaust Remembrance Day Program: Through an Artist’s Eyes

Art is always intertwined with the social, and political worlds of its creation. In this program, Professor Willa M. Johnson will tell the stories of political dissidents and Jewish men, women, and children who were interned across Europe, including in the pre-war German city of Düsseldorf and in three war-period French camps, using the work of the German Communist artist Karl Schwesig and a chorus of archival data.

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US Holocaust Memorial Museum Fellow to Speak at CU

The Program in Jewish Studies at CU welcomes US Holocaust Memorial Museum fellow Dr. Natascha Drubek for a public lecture entitled “Media Wars and the Invisible Holocaust: An Examination of Films Made at Majdanek and Theresienstadt 1944-1945.”

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