Anti-Semitism in Poland After Auschwitz

Jan GrossJan Gross addresses the politics and memory of anti-Jewish violence in Poland after the Holocaust. Commenting on Polish-Jewish relations in the immediate postwar period, as well as on the ways in which Polish society has attempted to confront and master its own past, Gross considers questions of inter-ethnic conflict and genocide, institutions of social memory and national identity, and neighborly politics. 

Location: Third Floor, Levis Faculty Center

Date: October 9, 2007

This lecture is made possible by the generous Krouse Family Visiting Scholars Fund in Judaism and Western Culture and MillerComm.


Audio of lecture here.

WILL-AM580 FOCUS interview with Jan Gross