Tuesday, April 9

black and white photograph taken from inside a small rowboat on a harbor, under a cloudy sky

Judy Glickman Lauder; Harbor, Gilleleje, Denmark

Dancing Through Deis Movement Workshop

Noon-1 p.m., Fellows Garden

Take a break from an otherwise hectic April and connect with Brandeis campus and community through contemporary-dance inspired movement with Irina Znamirowski '24 (Brandeis Ballet Club, Hooked on Tap, Adagio Dance Company). Open to all ages, no dance experience required!

Photography and Social Justice: Judy Glickman Lauder

4 p.m., Rapaporte Treasure Hall, Goldfarb Library

Philanthropist, humanitarian, and photographer Judy Glickman Lauder has been photographing Holocaust sites throughout Europe since the late 1980s, and her work is held in prestigious institutions around the world. In this talk moderated by Lisa Fishbayn Joffe, director of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, Glickman Lauder will discuss what photography teaches us about social justice and resilience. Sponsored by the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute and Institutional Advancement. 

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objects including a menorah, pocket watch, and documents

Photo Credit: Karen Frostig

Day of Remembrance: Part One

7-8:30 p.m., Shernan Function Hall, Hassenfeld Conference Center

This two-day series of events is an opportunity to reclaim the memory of people who died in the Jungfernhof concentration camp in Riga, Latvia, as well as the history of unmarked graves in the Waltham area. Directed by Karen Frostig, Women’s Studies Research Center scholar and professor of art, Lesley University. Cosponsored by the Center for German and European Studies, Women’s Studies Research Center, Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, Center for Community Partnerships and Civic Transformation (COMPACT), Department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies (NEJS), and Brandeis MakerLab. 

Day one begins with poetry and dramatic readings, a documentary video about the 1941 deportation to Riga, and facilitated conversations about memory. 

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