March 25-26, 2007. "Collaboration, Indiffernence, Resistance: Responses to the Holocaust and Genocide." Millersville University's Holocaust Conference is pleased to announce its annual scholarly gathering which will examine social responses to the Holocaust and other modern genocide. Special emphasis will be on the spectrum of responses to genocidal Nazi policies in the areas controlled by the Third Reich and its Axis partners, as well as the role of perpetrators, bystanders, and rescuers in other modern genocides.
The organizers of the Conference invite proposals for individual ppapers or panels. Individual proposals should include the title of the paper, a 200 word abstract, as well as the author's name, e-mail, postal address, affiliation and curriculum vitae. Panel proposals should include the title of the panel, a chair, three presenters who will submit individual papers, and, if possible a discussant. Persons wishing to offer their services as chairs or discussants should indicate their affiliation and provide a curriculum vitae.
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