Latest Past Events

The McLester Colloquium: The Object that Remain

Building from her book, The Objects That Remain, Laura Levitt will consider the ways in which the material remains of violent crimes inform our experience of, and thinking about, trauma […]

The Afterlives of Trauma: Art and Memory


In this lecture opening the Center’s virtual art exhibition—Experience, Integration, Expression: The Work of Norman Klenicki—Dr. Levitt will discuss art as affording an opportunity to consider the lingering effects of […]

Jewish-Christian-Feminist Dialogue on the Politics of Memory:

A Transatlantic Conversation (in English) In their scholarly work the three speakers address the presence of the Shoah in New Testament exegesis (Tania Oldenhage), theology (Katharina von Kellenbach), and American […]