Mary Elmes Documentary on Newstalk
Documentary producer Bairbre Flood tells the extraordinary true story of Irish relief worker, Mary Elmes, who smuggled dozens of children to safety during WW2.
Dr Zoë Waxman, Annual Holocaust Memorial Lecture, 06 February 2018
Lecture Title: Women in the Holocaust: Lost Stories of the Shoah Lecturer Name: Dr Zoë Waxman Location: Burke Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Date of Lecture: Tuesday, 06 February 2018
Clodagh Finn Annual November Lecture: The Incredible Untold Story of Mary Elmes
Lecture Title: The Incredible Untold Story of Mary Elmes Lecturer Name: Clodagh Finn Location: Davis Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Date of Lecture: Wednesday, 15 November 2017
Professor Raphael Gross: Annual Holocaust Memorial Lecture 2017
Lecture Title: The History of a Document: Anne Frank and her Diary Lecturer Name: Professor Raphael Gross, Leipzig University Location: Edmund Burke Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Date of Lecture: Tuesday, 07 February 2017
Professor Phillippe Sands Kristallnacht Public Lecture 2016 “East West Street: A Personal Take on the Origins of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity”
Lecture Title: East West Street: A Personal Take on the Origins of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity Lecturer Name: Professor Phillippe Sands, University College London Location: Robert Emmet Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Date of Lecture: Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Professor Anthony McElligott ‘Kristallnacht’: Pogrom or Path to Genocide
Lecture given by Professor Anthony McElligott in Trinity Collect Dublin, Ireland, on the 5th November 2015
Professor David Cesarani: Britain and the Jews of Europe 1939 – 1945
Friendly aliens, enemy aliens, or just aliens? Britain and the Jews of Europe 1939-1945 – Lecture by Professor David Cesarani
Professor Robert Gerwarth: 9 November 1938 and the Reversal of Nazi Jewish Policies: A Perpetrator’s Perspective
Lecture given by Prof. Robert Gerwarth at Robert Emmet Theatre, Trinity College, Dublin Ireland on 10 November 2014.
Professor Robert Jan van Pelt: Auschwitz, the East and the Nazi imagination
A recording of the Robert Jan van Pelt public lecture, “Auschwitz, the East and the Nazi imagination” which took place on Wednesday, 21 August 2013 in Trinity College Dublin.
Professor Jay Winter: Primo Levi as Moral Witness of the Holocaust
Holocaust Memorial Lecture – Jay Winter This lecture took place on 05 February 2013 Primo Levi as Moral Witness of the Holocaust by Jay Winter, Charles Stille Professor of History at Yale University This lecture was organised by Holocaust Education Trust ireland in association with the Herzog Centre and the Department of History, Trinity […]