Join MHM Co-President Sue Hampel as she applies gender as a lens for looking at the Holocaust in this stimulating lecture.
Different Voices: Women and the Holocaust will consider the ‘”female voice” to shed light on Jewish women’s experiences during the Holocaust by discussing three case studies:
- The reaction and responses of Jewish women living in Nazi Germany
- The coping strategies women employed in the ghettos and concentration camps
- The heroism of female resistors
By examining diaries, documents and testimonies, Sue will assess the “double jeopardy” that Jewish women faced on a daily basis during the Holocaust.
Photo of Jewish women prisoners in front of the barracks. Courtesy of Yad Vashem.
Date: July 25, 2023
Start Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Event Type: Lecture
Cost: $20 commitment fee | $10 concession
Venue: Melbourne Holocaust Museum, Elsternwick - address provided on registration
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