"Feeling Familial Separation: Nazi Era Refugee Youth in the United States," Daniella Doron

Daniella Doron
January 15, 2020
All Day
Dulles Hall, Room 168

Daniella Doron is a Senior Lecturer in Holocaust and Genocide Studies in the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation in the School of Philosophical and Historical Studies. She received her Ph.D. in 2009 from the Departments of History and Hebrew and Judaic Studies at New York University, where she wrote a dissertation entitled, “In the Best Interest of the Child: Family, Youth, and Identity in Postwar France, 1944-1954.” Her first book, Jewish Youth and Identity in Postwar
France (Indiana University Press) was published in 2015.

This lecture if free and open to the public. It is presented by the Migration, Mobility and Immobility (MMI) Project, the Melton Center for Jewish Studies, and the Department of History.