Collaboration With Death: Anti-Semitism Then and Now

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Speaker(s): 
Dr. Daniel Goldhagen

Is anti-Semitism a phenomenon limited to certain isolated individuals, or is it a more common prejudice than is usually understood? Was the ordinary German or Pole a “willing executioner,” an enthusiastic party to hatred, or a victim of Nazi coercion during the Shoah? Seventy-five years after the start of the Second World War, what is the attitude towards Jews in Europe today? Can and will history repeat itself? These and other essential facets of anti-Semitism will be explored by world-renowned Holocaust scholar Dr. Daniel Goldhagen, in conversation with Dr. Elliott Malamet.