Gratz College invites you to the online, biennial Arnold and Esther Tuzman Memorial Holocaust Teach-In featuring Art Spiegelman, the Pulitzer Prize-winning artist, illustrator, and author of Maus.
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Since Israeli independence, Israel has fought multiple wars with the Arab states and has been subjected to ongoing attacks from both Palestinians and terrorists. The “peace process” has been successful with Egypt and Jordan, while other aspects of the situation remain unsettled.
In 1982 the forty-year-old junior senator from Delaware gave Gratz College’s Sol Feinstone Memorial Lecture on “Freedom.” Clearly, Gratz made a great choice that year.
Gratz is currently developing a partnership with Philadelphia’s Chapel of the Four Chaplains, to help train military chaplains in our recently created master’s degree program in Interfaith Leadership.
It is with great sadness that we share the news of the passing of Anneliese Nossbaum. Anneliese had deep ties to Gratz.
Gratz College partners with the Max and Tessie Zelkovitz Centre for Jewish Studies providing faculty and students with professional and research opportunities. Gratz students enjoy access to resources, events, and conferences held through the Zelkovitz Centre.
Dr. Davis writes the "Prague Blog" to share his experiences teaching and living in the capital of the Czech Republic.
A Film and Panel Discussion In Celebration of Black History Month.
The Holocaust is an important reference point for thinking about human rights, cosmopolitan memory, and transitional conditions of state violence. It is the most comprehensively recorded genocide in modern human history allowing educators to research and engage this complex and emotionally charged subject in different societies.