Jewish Childhood in Krakow
Wednesday, February 2, 4:30 PM
Virtually through Zoom
Historian, Dr. Joanna Silwa, discusses her new book, Jewish Childhood in Kraków. The book illuminates Holocaust history from the perspective of Jewish children’s experiences. A focus on children, the symbol of hope and future for the Jews, and a threat to the Nazi racial community, reveals what this age group witnessed and how the Holocaust affected young Jews.
Dr. Joanna Sliwa, Historian and Archivist, Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany; Veteran MTI instructor and faculty advisor; Author of Jewish Childhood in Kraków (Rutgers University Press, 2021).
Listen to the author’s brief introduction to the book - 2021 AJS Honors Its Authors - Joanna Sliwa
Colleen Tambuscio, Founder and President, New Jersey Council of Holocaust Educators; Award-winning teacher and pedagogical consultant to the MTI for nearly twenty years.
Register by January 26.