First Wednesdays

A Humanities Lecture Series, October through May

Lessons Learned from the Holocaust for Today’s World

The UN High Commission for Refugees calculates that there are more people forced from their homes and on the move today than following the disruptions of WWII and the Holocaust. Holocaust scholar and Dartmouth professor Irene Kacandes offers seven lessons she has learned from studying the Holocaust and considers how we can apply them to today’s crises.

This video was recorded at the Kellogg-Hubbard Library in Montpelier, VT on January 3, 2018.