Upcoming Conference – October 21-23, 2012

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The Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference

October 21-23, 2012
Seton Hill University’s National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education (NCCHE) will launch the celebration of its 25th anniversary with The Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference on the University’s hilltop campus in Greensburg, PA. The theme for the 2012 conference is “Holocaust Education: Challenges for the Future.”

Keynote Speaker

Rabbi Irving “Yitz” Greenberg, Ph.D.
Greenberg is a Modern Orthodox rabbi, Jewish-American scholar, author and leader in Holocaust education. In 1975, he founded the Zachor Holocaust Resource Center with Elie Wiesel. He was executive director of President Jimmy Carter’s Commission on the Holocaust, which led to the establishment of the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Later Greenberg served on the museum’s founding board and council. In 2000, President Bill Clinton appointed him to chair the council.

Feature Speakers

Yehuda Bauer, Ph.D.
Eva Fogelman, Ph.D.
Myrna Goldenberg, Ph.D.
Rev. John T. Pawlikowski, O.S.M., Ph.D.
Joanne Rudof
Carol RIttner, R.S.M., Ph.D.
John K. Roth, Ph.D.
Stephen Smith, Ph.D.
James Waller, Ph.D.
Carl Wilkens
Conference Brochure

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