The Dreyfus Affair: Race, Religion and the Molding of National Identity Conference seeks to examine the international implications of the 1894 Alfred Dreyfus trial in France and its aftermath.
The conference will feature plenary talks by Michael Burns, Paula Hyman, and David Brenner. Scholars in history, religion, philosophy and literature will present new work on the Dreyfus Affair and its larger impact on European and world history. Also featured at the conference will be a film, The Life of Emile Zola, and a poster exhibit of visual materials from the Dreyfus Affair.
Registration information and a schedule are available at the conference website:
Dr. Rochelle L. Millen
P. O. Box 720
Springfield, OH 45501
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