HOLOCAUST: RELIGIOUS PERSPECTIVES
Wednesdays 5:30-8:00pm - January 18 - May 10, 2017
Dr. Kate Temoney, specialist in genocide studies, Department of Religion at Montclair State
This course examines the preconditions, perpetration, and prosecutions of the systematic extermination of Jews by the Nazi regime in Germany, 1933-1945. The class will explore intimate portraits of both Holocaust survivors and the perpetrators of violence during this unprecedented period of human destruction. Students will examine historical scholarship on the religious, psychological, and legal aspects of these mass killings.
There are still available seats in the course and the Department would be happy to provide permits for visiting students to take it. See flyer below for further information.
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