Edward Goldberg talks about his latest book,
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Miriam Brysk, a current Ann Arbor resident and the only child allowed into the partisans in the Lipiczanska forest during WWII, will speak on The Lives of the Partisans in the Lipiczanska Forest. Several of her paintings of Holocaust art will be on display.
In December 1942, Russian partisans rescued Miriam’s family from the ghetto and brought them to the Lipiczanska forest. In early 1943, a partisan hospital was established in a remote part of the forest, staffed by Jewish doctors and nurses, with Miram’s father as chief of staff. They were liberated in the summer of 1944.
This conversation between Hisham Matar, Anton Shammas and Khaled Mattawa is about Hisham Matar's latest novel about a lost father, Anatomy of a Disappearance. Matar's ow
How has the invention of the Internet changed the face of the international economy in our increasingly globalized world? Kathleen DeBoer, Deputy Head of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Washington Center makes a special visit to Ann Arbor as part of the OECD at Michigan Ambassador Program. Dr.
Author's Forum, the University of Michigan Press, and the Special Collections Library present The Game Changed: Essays and Other Prose; A Conversation with Lawrence Joseph and Lau
Brian Porter-Szucs, Associate Professor of History, University of Michigan, speaks on Poles and Jews During WWII: Beyond Martyrology.
This program is sponsored by the University of Michigan Library and the Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia.
With 1,232 career wins, Carol Hutchins is the all-time winningest coach in any sport at Michigan and is currently fifth among NCAA coaches from all divisions. She recently completed her 27th season as head softball coach at the University of Michigan, where she has molded the Wolverines into one of the elite programs in college softball.