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Educator Workshop: Teaching the Holocaust in Context: Teaching Atrocities with Testimonies, Art, and Artifacts

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Please note that this event has already occurred.
Part II of an educator workshop series

In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and in keeping with the recommendations of Governor Baker, Salem State is canceling this event and all on-campus activities through the end of the Spring 2020 semester. Read more about Salem State’s response to the outbreak.

This second of two educational workshops is centered on how to teach using testimonies, art and material culture. This workshop will also include a visit to the Center for Holocaust and Genocide's exhibit "Evidence and Artifact: Documenting the Holocaust Through Images."

Participants will also listen to and discuss Seng Ty’s firsthand account of his survival of the Cambodian Genocide. Artist and teacher Renee Billingslea will discuss her art, its potential use in classrooms and the role of artists in drawing attention to, and reflecting on mass atrocities.

Register and reserve your spot for this event.

Educators can earn five PDPs for attending this event. This workshop is part II of this semester's lecture series.  Learn more about Part I: Coexistence and Rejection: Jews and Other Minorities in Modern Society.

When 3:00pm
Location
Marsh Hall, Central Campus
71B Loring Avenue, Salem, MA 01970
Petrowski Room
Contact
Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies

For access and accommodation information, visit our page on access or email access@salemstate.edu.

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