SSU Holocaust series now available online

Presentations by speakers in this spring’s Holocaust Lecture Series from Sonoma State University are now available online.

Visitors to the Web site can view the presentations live or tap into the archives. Taping began in February and includes guest presentations by Dr. Michael Thaler on “Myths of Race and the Influence of Racism on Genocide,” Robert Melson on “Paradigms of Genocide: The Holocaust and Armenian Genocide as Precedents” and William J. Lowenberg, who shares his memories as a Holocaust survivor.

The free public lectures are offered from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays through May 18 in Warren Auditorium on the Rohnert Park campus.

The Holocaust Lecture Series is sponsored by the Alliance for the Study of the Holocaust at Sonoma State University, the Paul V. Benko Holocaust Education Endowment and the Sonoma State University Center for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide. Credit is available to community participants.

For information, call (707) 664-4076.