Preserving Jewish Memories and Heritage in the Urban Environment of Three Cities Hit by the Holocaust and Forced Migrations
The “1939” Club Lecture in Holocaust Studies by Bo Larsson, Economics, Lund University, Sweden. Discussant: Samuel Aroni, UCLA, Architecture and Urban Design. Cosponsored by the UCLA Center for Jewish Studies, UCLA Department of History, UCLA Department of Urban Planning, UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design, and UCLA Center for European and Eurasian Studies.
Wednesday, November 20, 20134:00 PM
UCLA Faculty Center
Before the Holocaust, Jews were the largest or second largest ethnic group in Lviv (Lemberg), Chernivtsi (Czernowitz, Černivci), and Chisinau (Kishinev), having a significant role in all fields of daily city life. These traditionally multi-ethnic cities, today belonging to Ukraine or Moldova, were included in the Soviet Union from Poland or Romania after World War II. The present city environment still strongly reflects the Jews and other vanished population groups. What about the future? This is a challenge for urban planning and preservation policy, which will be addressed in Bo Larsson's lecture.
Cost : Free and open to the public. RSVP directly to firstname.lastname@example.org or (310)267-5327.
Sponsor(s): Center for European and Eurasian Studies, Department of History, Urban Planning, Center for Jewish Studies, UCLA School of Arts and Architecture