The Ackerman Center launched its first official bi-weekly newsletter, The Ackerman Chronicle, last semester.
All issues can be viewed by clicking here.
The dates and theme for the 49th Annual Scholars’ Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches have been announced. More information can be found here.
The News Center article about this important conference can be read here.
Dr. Zsuzsanna Ozsváth has been selected by the University to receive the 2018 Inclusive Excellence and Intercultural Teaching Award. This Award was presented to her by the Office of Diversity and Community Engagement during their 9th Annual Diversity Awards Ceremony. More information can be found online.
Professors David Patterson and Nils Roemer were presented with the prestigious Eternal Flame Award at the 48th Annual Scholars’ Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches. More information can be found here.
Graduating this semester from the Holocaust Studies Program:
Mary Catherine Mueller (PhD), Rebecca Thompson (PhD), Sarah Hashmi (MA), and Trisha Murphy (MA).
To read about some of our students’ accomplishments this past academic year, please click 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.
Call for Papers:
Holocaust. Studii şi cercetări (Holocaust. Study and Research) is an annual peer-reviewed scientific journal dedicated to the publication of academic and scientific research papers on subjects like Holocaust, antisemitism, xenophobia, discrimination etc. The journal is now seeking papers for its upcoming issue in 2018. Our particular interest is on archival and testimonies research papers, case studies and book reviews that address these issues primarily in the Romanian context, but also the European one. More information can be found online.
Submission deadline is July 31, 2018.
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.