When the Extraordinary Became Ordinary: Jewish Life in Nazi Germany
How did ordinary Jews understand and endure Nazism? The lecture will chronicle the everyday tyranny Jews in Germany experienced and how they reacted. Using
a wealth of primary sources, particularly memoirs, diaries, and letters, Prof. Marion Kaplan discusses how the victims, especially women and families, tried to cope with Nazism and how it felt as the noose tightened around Jewish life.
Marion Kaplan is the Skirball Professor of Modern Jewish History at New York University.
Created by ualbanycjs
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany, NY 12222
Hot Tickets More »
|10/8||7:00p||Born This Way: A Musical Revue|
|10/9||7:00p||Born This Way: A Musical Revue|
|10/10||7:00p||Born This Way: A Musical Revue|
|10/11||2:00p||Born This Way: A Musical Revue|
|10/11||7:00p||Born This Way: A Musical Revue|
|10/12||2:00p||Born This Way: A Musical Revue|
|10/15||7:30p||Much Ado About Nothing|
|10/17||7:30p||An Evening with Margaret Chalker|
|10/19||3:00p||University-Community Symphony Orchestra and Symphonic Band|