Racial Discrimination & Institutionalized Violence in Nazi Germany and the Jim Crow South
USA Student Center
350 Campus Dr.
Tuesday, October 10, 2017 from 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Light refreshments will be served
Please join us for a Panel Discussion put together in partnership with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. In this panel discussion students, scholars, and the campus community will explore the involvement of governments and ordinary citizens in systems of targeted oppression and racial violence in Nazi Germany and the Jim Crow South within their specific historical contexts.
DR. DAVID MEOLA
Bert & Fanny Meisler Assistant Professor of History and Jewish Studies, University of South Alabama
"Within the 'Christian State': Jewish German Lives under Siege"
DR. KERN JACKSON
Director of African American Studies and Assistant Professor of English, University of South Alabama
"Without Sanctuary: Lynchings in Alabama History"
DR. JAKE NEWSOME
Campus Outreach Program Officer, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
"Race and Violence in the Nazi Campaign against Homosexuality"
DR. PHIL CARR
Chief Calvin McGhee Professor of Native American Studies and Director of the Archaeology Museum, University of South Alabama
"Denial of Equal Education to Native Americans"
This program is co-organized by the Department of History, Gender Studies Program, African American Studies Program, and the Native American Studies Program at the University of South Alabama. Generous support is provided by the Anne and Harry Chinitz Campus Outreach Lecture Fund of the USHMM's Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies.
For more information contact:
Dr. David Meola (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Jake Newsome (email@example.com)