Hale presents a new account of the ‘Brand Mission’ based on evidence in the national archives of Germany, Hungary, Britain and the U.S. Hale reveals that Eichmann’s offer formed one part of a monstrous deception designed to outwit the leaders of the last surviving Jewish community in Europe. The deception was more complex and – from the German point of view – more successful than any operation mounted by the secret services of the Allied governments.
Collaborative Tour & Discussion with Dr. Jacek J. Kolasinski, Program Director of Ratcliffe Arts Design Incubator. Dr. Oren Baruch Stier, Director Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Theories about the Jew’s body formed part of the racial discourse which resulted in the Holocaust. In this lecture Tudor Parfitt, Distinguished University Professor at FIU, will talk about the race theories in the USA, Great Britain and continental Europe from the time of the Enlightenment to the Third Reich which set Jews apart from the rest of mankind.
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October 2, 2019—February 15, 2020
Mira Lehr, a self-described eco-feminist artist, is a native Miamian whose career spans over five decades. Lehr’s nature-based imagery encompasses painting, design, sculpture and video installations. Mira Lehr: A Walk in the Garden is a site-specific installation that takes the viewer through a magical journey in a fantastical garden.
November 20, 2019– March 15, 2020
Zack Balber uses portrait photography to uncover the camouflaged identity (tattoos) of some of Judaism’s most unconventional Jews. Balber, Jewish himself, connected with the men he photographed while rediscovering his own heritage.
January 9, 2020 - March 1, 2020
Over one million Jewish men, women and children were murdered in Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest extermination camp during the Holocaust. The so-called Auschwitz Album is the only known visual documentation of the arrival of a transport of Jews to Auschwitz-Birkenau. The compelling photographs in this exhibition created by Yad Vashem in Jerusalem document the “processing” of Jews from the Carpatho-Ruthenia region up to but not including their mass murder.
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