The Holocaust Lecture Series continues through the semester with the film and lecture event "Remembering Anne Frank." One of the most famous of any holocaust victim, Frank's story will be remembered and a discussion led by Hilary Eddy Stipelman, program manager of the Anne Frank Center USA on Tuesday, April 17 at 4-5:40 p.m. in Warren Auditorium,
The Anne Frank: A History for Today lecture and video presentation introduces Anne Frank's story, family experiences and Anne's response to war and what was happening around her. Frank's diary, as both a primary resources and literary work will be a major point of discussion with question and answer to follow.
In the presentation, the story of Anne Frank and her family isjuxtaposed against world events before, during and after the rise to power of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party.
Stipelman will be leading the presentation and is the programs and exhibitions manager of the Anne Frank Center USA. She develops curricula and on-site programming based on the Center's exhibitions, as well as managing the educational programming components for the Center's traveling exhibits. Stipelman also leads professional development workshops for K-12 educators throughout the US and Canada as part of the AFC traveling exhibitions program.
Anne Frank: A History for Today was developed by the Anne Frank House and is sponsored in North America by the Anne Frank Center USA.