The Second Annual Teacher Workshop on the Holocaust: Art as Perpetrator, Art as Resistance
The Department of History, The Jewish Studies Program, and The History Project at CSU Long Beach are pleased to announce The Second Annual Teacher Workshop on the Holocaust: Art as Perpetrator, Art as Resistance.
The workshop will take place August 8th-12th from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM each day in the Karl Anatol Center.
This one-week institute at CSU Long Beach features talks by noted Holocaust historians, presentations by teacher leaders, and many high-quality classroom resources focused on the history of the Holocaust. The institute will provide teachers with information about the historical context and the major events of the Holocaust, as well as more detailed examination of how art was used, both as a tool of perpetration and as a means of resistance. Participants who complete the workshop will receive a $100 honorarium and are eligible for continuing education credits (for which they will be reimbursed).
If you would like more information or to reserve your place, please contact The History Project’s Director, Dave Neumann at email@example.com.
This Teacher Workshop has been made possible through the generous support of Gerda Seifer (in honor of her parents Edyta and Henryk Krebs), Barbara and Ray Alpert, Eugene Schlessinger, the Anti-Defamation League, and the CSULB Jewish Studies Program.