Remapping Death and Survival from the Margins:
Flight, Displacement, and International Aid for Jewish Refugees in the Soviet Union and Iran during World War II
Atina Grossmann, a specialist in modern German, European, Jewish history and gender studies, has written and edited several path-breaking books, including Reforming Sex: The German Movement for Birth Control and Abortion Reform, 1920-1950 (1995), After the Nazi Racial State: Difference and Democracy in Germany and Europe (2009), and Jews, Germans, and Allies: Close Encounters in Occupied Germany (2007), which won the George L. Mosse Prize of the American Historical Association and the Fraenkel Prize of the Wiener Library. Professor Grossmann has held numerous prestigious national and international fellowships, and in 2011-12 was the Diane and Howard Wohl Fellow at the American Academy.
17 October 2013, Thursday, 4 pm - 6 pm
USC, Doheny memorial Library, Room 241 Academy for Polymathic Study
Kindly RSVP: Lori Rogers (Hist), Tel: 213.740.8999, Fax: 213.740.6999, firstname.lastname@example.org