October 4, 2007

Digital Video in a Genocidal Age: The Holocaust in 52,000 Acts

Professor Douglas Greenberg will describe the work of the USC Shoah Foundation and the technologies it has developed for searching the 52,000 testimonies of Holocaust survivors it has collected. In addition to describing the content of this digital library and demonstrating the unique software created for searching it, Professor Greenberg will also indicate its scholarly value not only in Holocaust studies but in other fields of research and education.

Professor Greenberg is professor of history and executive director of the USC Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education at the University of Southern California.

Date: Thursday, October 4, 4pm
Location: 203 Butler Library
Phone: (212) 854-9058

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