Local Historian Presents In-Depth Holocaust Research at Hodges University
University is pleased to welcome back lecturer and authority on 20th
century European history Elliott Katz, who will present his sixth annual
Holocaust lecture series beginning January 11, 2018.
more than 40 years studying European history from World War I to the end of
World War II, Katz will provide audiences with in-depth research conducted at
the National Archives in Bethesda, Maryland, The British National Archives and
the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Presidential Library. The lectures contain an
unusual experience featuring audiovisual content and archival photographs
rarely seen in public. Alongside Sy Stadtmauer, senior fellow of Holocaust
Research Studies, both are certified to conduct research on pre-Central
Intelligence Agency (CIA) files at the archives.
Elliott presents to the audience is factually correct information that we spend
much time gathering. Audiences can expect information from never before seen
documents,” said Stadtmauer.
year’s lecture series schedule is as follows:
- Thank You for the Bomb, Mr. Hitler (January 11)
- Perfume, Powder, Lotions and Beauty (January 25)
- The Auschwitz Volunteer and the Gasman (February 8)
- The Ships Nobody Wanted (February 22)
- Meet Your New Neighbor Mr. and Mrs. America, a Mass
Murderer (March 8)
- Righteous Among the Nations Redux: Maybe You Were Right,
Anne (March 22)
Elliott Katz Lecture Series is arguably one of the most attended series in
Southwest Florida. Each lecture within the series clearly, precisely and
accurately presents the unvarnished facts as they unfolded,” said Stadtmauer.
“The goal of this series is to educate and inform others about the history and
to not be afraid to speak out against intolerance.”
is required, and individual lectures are $12. To attend the complete lecture
series, the cost is $60 per person. To view a complete listing of lecture
topics, visit http://www.hodges.edu/cll/lecture_series.aspx.
To register, visit https://hu.formstack.com/forms/cll_lecture_series.
more information, contact April May at email@example.com or (239) 598-6153.
You may also contact the Center for Lifelong Learning at firstname.lastname@example.org or (239) 598-6143.
the Frances Pew Hayes Center for Lifelong Learning:
University's Frances Pew Hayes Center for Lifelong Learning was established in
1996 by the university and local leaders as the first lifelong learning program
in Collier County. The CLL provides quality year-round educational programs for
adults in the community.