Lorraine Beitler Collection of the Dreyfus Affair Distinguished Lecture Series

Lorraine Beitler Collection of the Dreyfus Affair Distinguished Lecture Series

 
This lecture series seeks to promote learning and debate concerning issues relating to the Dreyfus Affair in France (1894-1906) and its implications for modern society. The Distinguished Lecture series began in 2007. Scholar interviews are brief video interviews with experts in the fields of the Dreyfus Affair and modern human rights, illustrated by relevant images from the Beitler Collection.

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Papers from 2010

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Why The Dreyfus Affair Matters, Louis Begley

Papers from 2009

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Human Rights in the 21st Century, Karen J. Greenberg, Clemens Nathan, and Germaine Ingram

Papers from 2008

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Democracy Today: Lessons from Dreyfus and Zola, Jean-Max Guieu, Jeffrey Mehlman, and Germaine Ingram

Papers from 2007

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The Dreyfus Affair and Contemporary Anti-Semitism, Paula E. Hyman and Yael Perl Ruiz