Holocaust by Bullets Arizona ASU events

Thank you for your interest in this program. Due to concerns regarding COVID-19, as of March 16, 2020 all Jewish Studies public progamming through April 2020 has  been canceled. We look forward to seeing you at next year's events.

March 15 - April 26
Holocaust by Bullets Arizona: Exhibition

This exhibit space remains open at this time. ASU campus facilities have not closed.

Noble Library | ASU Tempe campus | 1100 South McAllister Avenue, Tempe
free and open to all | no reservation required

This exhibit highlights the decades of research in Eastern Europe by Father Patrick Desbois and his foundation (Yahad-In Unum), underscoring the mass shootings of Jews and otherse throughout Eastern Europe by the Nazi mobile killing units from 1941 to 1944 and the mechanisms of mass violence in general.

March 18 - CANCELED
Trapped in German Occupied Eastern Europe: Collaboration and Resistance

6 p.m. | Noble Library, room 105
ASU Tempe campus | 1100 South McAllister Avenue, Tempe
free and open to all

Kimberly Allar

  • Clinical Assistant Professor of History
  • Yan Mann
    Clinical Assistant Professor of History

Co-directors, World War II Studies online masters program
School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies

This presentation offers a look at some of the paths that opened to civilians trapped in German occupied Eastern Europe during the war. Dr. Allar and Dr. Mann will explore the choices and decisions different groups made, while further analyzing how local ant-Semitism, and resistance to it, thrived under German occupation.

April 9 - CANCELED
Researching and Teaching the Holocaust in Comparative Perspective

6 p.m. | Noble Library, room 105
ASU Tempe campus | 1100 South McAllister Avenue, Tempe
free and open to all

presentations

  • Genocide and Empire: Rwanda in Comparative Perspective
    Jason Bruner, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

    School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies
  • Examining Female Perpetrators and Gender in a Comparative Perspective
    Kimberly Allar, Assistant Clinical Professor of History
    School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies
  • How to Compare Different Genocide Without Creating Hierarchies of Suffering?
    Volker Benkert, Assistant Professor of History
    School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies
  • Teaching Genocide Comparatively
    Lauren Harris, Associate Professor of History Education
    School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies

April 16 - CANCELED
The 75th Anniversary of the End of World War II in Comparative Perspective

4:30 p.m. | Noble Library, room 105
ASU Tempe campus | 1100 South McAllister Avenue, Tempe
free and open to all

presentations

  • Clashes of Memory: the Universalization of Auschwitz
    Kimberly Allar, Assistant Clinical Professor of History
  • School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies
  • Memories of Empire and War in the British Commonwealth
    Toby Harper, Assistant Professor of History
  • School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies
  • Mastering the Past. German Memory of WWII and the Holocaust
    Volker Benkert, Assistant Professor of History
    School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies