Histories retold: a generation beyond

Holocaust remembrance is an important part of our Australian Jewish identity.

This panel discussion explores this concept through the retelling of histories.

How does each retelling provide an opportunity to learn about ourselves and our community?

Discover the stories of the panellists grappling with the representation of history.

Understand the contribution that each story has made to our knowledge of contemporary Australian Jewish identity.

Learn how each retelling has contributed to Holocaust remembrance.

Dr Margaret Taft (co-author o I af A Second Chance: The Making of Yiddish Melbourne)
Dr Anita Selzer (author of I am Sasha)
Dr Anita Frayman (content writer, Mina Fink Buchenwald Boys Website)

Moderator: Professor Andrew Markus (Pratt Foundation Research Professor of Jewish Civilisation at Monash University and co-author of A Second Chance: The Making of Yiddish Melbourne)

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