Alan L. Berger

professor, Holocaust studies, Florida Atlantic

Alan L. Berger occupies the Raddock Family Eminent Scholar Chair for Holocaust Studies, the first Holocaust chair established in the state of Florida, and is Professor of Judaic Studies at Florida Atlantic University where he also directs the Center for the Study of Values and Violence after Auschwitz.

Berger founded and directed the Holocaust and Judaic Studies B.A. Program at FAU (1998-2005). Prior to this, he was a professor in the Department of Religion at Syracuse University where he founded and directed the Jewish Studies Program. While at Syracuse, Berger served as Acting Chair of the Religion Department and Interim Chair of the Fine Arts Department. He also was the Visiting Gumenick Professor of Judaica at the College of William and Mary. Berger chaired the Annual Scholars Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches in 1989 and in 1990, and was guest chair of the Lessons and Legacies of the Holocaust Conference in 1998. He was series editor of Religion, Theology, and the Holocaust, Syracuse University Press.

Alan L. Berger occupies the Raddock Family Eminent Scholar Chair for Holocaust Studies, the first Holocaust chair established in the state of Florida, and is Professor of Judaic Studies at Florida Atlantic University where he also directs the Center for the Study of Values and Violence after Auschwitz.

Berger founded and directed the Holocaust and Judaic Studies B.A. Program at FAU (1998-2005). Prior to this, he was a professor in the Department of Religion at Syracuse University where he founded and directed the Jewish Studies Program. While at Syracuse, Berger served as Acting Chair of the Religion Department and Interim Chair of the Fine Arts Department. He also was the Visiting Gumenick Professor of Judaica at the College of William and Mary. Berger chaired the Annual Scholars Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches in 1989 and in 1990, and was guest chair of the Lessons and Legacies of the Holocaust Conference in 1998. He was series editor of Religion, Theology, and the Holocaust, Syracuse University Press.

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Lectures

11.06.2003 (55:45)

Lessons from the Holocaust