This panel will feature three presentations: Jeffrey Burds, Associate Professor of History, Northeastern University, will speak about his research on “Communist Collaborators and the German Occupation in the Soviet Union, 1941-1943,” Joshua Rubenstein, Davis Center Associate and independent scholar, will talk about the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee, and Maxim Shrayer, Professor of Russian, English and Jewish Studies, Boston College, will discuss “Jewish Poet-Soldiers Bearing Witness to the Shoah.” Presented in concert with Lives of the Great Patriotic War, an exhibition presented by the Harvard Library and the Blavatnik Archive Foundation.
Event Location: Harvard University, CGIS
1737 Cambridge Street, Belfer Case Study Room, Cambridge, MA, 02138
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