The Ackerman Center is published its first Annual Newsletter highlighting our programs and the accomplishments of our students. The full Annual Newsletter can be viewed here.
The dates for the 50th Annual Scholars’ Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches have been announced, March 7-10, 2020. More information can be found here.
Dr. Melvin Macklin, the first recipient of the Holocaust Certificate, has received a grant for his current project, Jewish Children Survivors of the Holocaust: Devastation, Re-humanization, and Recovery. Read more about this project here. You can also read the UT Dallas News Center article about him here.
Dr. Mary Catherine Mueller, lecturer in English at Southern Methodist University, is a recipient of the ISGAP Scholars-in-Residence Fellowship at the University of Oxford. More information about this program can be found here.
The UT Dallas McDermott Library has created a subject guide that is available online to assist students and other users in conducting research using the resources available through the library.
The guide is available online.
Scholars are invited to contribute articles related to all aspects of Jewish/Israeli history to the Jewish Virtual Library. Submissions will also be considered for the online Israel Studies Anthology, a free online textbook with sections on History, Society & Culture, Democracy, Wars and the Peace Process, and International Relations.
Click here for more information.
The Ackerman Center hosted an event on Sunday, April 17, 2016 at UT Dallas to honor Professor Zsuzsanna Ozsváth and benefit the newly established Istvan and Zsuzsanna Ozsváth Research Fund to support graduate student research in Holocaust Studies. Please visit our Facebook page to see photographs from the Evening.
More information about the event, including how to donate to the Ozsváth Research Fund, can be found on the event’s webpage.