Event Date: Monday 8 March 2010 at 19:00
Dr Paul Levine – Raoul Wallenberg in Budapest: Myth, History and Holocaust
Dr Paul Levine has been a Fellow of the Raoul Wallenberg Professorship at Rutgers University, and has lectured about Wallenberg and Holocaust history and pedagogy throughout Europe and the United States. He has advised Sweden’s government on issues related to the Holocaust, and was twice assistant academic advisor to the “Stockholm International Forum”. He is co-author of “Tell Ye Your Children, a Book about the Holocaust in Europe, 1933- 1945”, a highly praised pedagogic review of the Holocaust which has been distributed by governments or purchased in approximately 2 million copies in over a dozen countries since its initial publication.
Levine’s most recent publications include entries in Dictionnarie de la Shoah, (2009), and “On Lookers”, Oxford Handbook of Holocaust Studies (2010).He has written extensively on the moral aspects of Swedish neutrality during the Second World War. He is also, with Prof. David Cesarani, co-editor of Bystanders to the Holocaust; A Re-Evaluation. With David Gaunt, he is c-editor of, Collaboration & Resistance during the Holocaust; Belarus, Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania. Dr. Levine lives in Uppsala, Sweden with his three children.