“Everybody — every human being — has the obligation to contribute somehow to this world”

—Edith Carter, Holocaust Survivor


 

 

 

Save the Date

June 18-22, 2018

In partnership with Xavier University, the Holocaust Studies for Educators summer institute provides teachers with knowledge and resources to effectively teach the Holocaust in the classroom. The course is designed specifically for middle, high school and community college teachers, but is open to everyone currently teaching in the classroom.

Participants will;

Become familiar with first-hand Holocaust accounts from survivors, refugees, and liberators from the Cincinnati and Ohio area.

Receive a copy of Doris Bergen’s War and Genocide: A Concise History of the Holocaust (Third Edition 2016), Echoes & Reflections, and other resources and activities for learning and teaching about the Holocaust, from a historical, ethical and theological perspective.

Draw knowledge from local, national, international scholars and experts in the fields of Holocaust, genocide, religious and diversity education. 

Earn 34 contact hours or an option of 2 hour graduate level credits. 3 credits available by request, subject to approval by Xavier.

The course is named in honor of Roma and Sam Kaltman, Holocaust survivors who relocated and lived in Cincinnati. The Kaltman’s were committed to education and telling their stories, so that future generations would “not forget.” In its 22 year, the Kaltman’s daughter Sandy, and her husband John Isidor continue their commitment to Holocaust remembrance and education in presenting this course.  Additional funding is provided by the Claims Conference.

For more information, please contact Jodi Elowitz, Director of Education at jelowitz@holocaustandhumanity.org or 513-487-3055.