Southwest Florida Historian to Present Holocaust Lecture Series
A lecturer and authority on 20th century European history with
Florida Holocaust Museum in Naples, Florida, Elliott Katz will present his
fifth annual Holocaust six-subject lecture series at Hodges University beginning
January 26, 2017.
Known for his in-depth knowledge of the Holocaust
and World War II, Katz has spent more than 40 years self-studying European
history from World War I to the end of World War II. Meticulously researching
each topic, his lectures are wide ranging. This year, he starts with an in-depth and unique
lecture about the controversial 1936 Berlin Olympics and ends his series with
his final lecture presenting the compelling stories of several individuals who
have been honored as Righteous Among the Nations.
Black, 11 time Pulitzer Prize nominee and New York Times best-selling author, says,
“The intense mining of the historical documentation woven to the zeal of an
established litigator (Katz), the Holocaust lectures by Elliott Katz, delivers
with prosecutorial precision and revelation.”
“The Elliott Katz Lecture Series is arguably the
most informative, continuous series offered worldwide to educate the public on
the consequences of remaining silent in the face of oppression and prejudice.
Each lecture within the series clearly, precisely and accurately presents the
unvarnished facts as they unfolded,” said Sy Stadtmauer, a senior fellow of Holocaust
research studies. “The goal of this series is to stimulate dialogue among us
all so that we can stand in the way from this dark period of history, 1933
through 1945, to prevent it from ever happening again.”
Barbara Hawkes, director of community outreach at
Hodges University, coordinated with Stadtmauer to bring Katz to Hodges, saying,
“Elliott’s commitment to educating others on the Holocaust is inspiring, and it
heightens the level of knowledge and expertise in this area. We are truly
honored to have him engage us.”
Registration is required, and individual lectures
are $10. To attend the complete lecture series, the cost is $50 per person. A
portion of the proceeds will benefit the Southwest Florida Holocaust Museum. 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.
For more information, contact April May at email@example.com
or (239) 598-6153.
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