A discussion with Dr. Michael Hayse, Associate Professor of History at Stockton University regarding memorials, memorialization, and museums.
Fler avsnitt från "We Need To Talk About Genocide"
Preserving the Holocaust
1:05:25A discussion with Dr. Michael Hayse, Associate Professor of History at Stockton University regarding memorials, memorialization, and museums.
26:23How do societies begin to repair after a mass atrocity? This episode looks at transitional justice mechanisms and how they can help a society rebuild.
Jews in Hiding During the Holocaust
34:15A discussion with Holocaust survivor, Leo Ullman who went into hiding with his family in order to survive
Survivor Stories - Eva Kor
53:08A discussion with Leah Simpson, Executive Director of the CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Terre Haute, Indiana about Holocaust survivor Eva Kor
Genocide Framework continued - Risk Factors and Indicators
18:57A continuation of a look at the existing genocide framework. In this episode, we will look at the risk factors and indicators for atrocity crimes.
Understanding the Genocide Framework
14:35The genocide framework as laid out by the United Nations
Legal Aspects of Genocide
54:51A discussion with Alex Demirdjian, trial lawyer for the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court
37:43A discussion with author and Distinguished Professor in Holocaust & Genocide Studies, Carol Rittner about the Holocaust
17:29All about Raphael Lemkin, the individual that defined genocide.
We need to talk about genocide
14:52In our first episode, we’ll discuss Kylie’s background in genocide as well as look at the legal definition.