Stories by Rob Kuznia:
USC Shoah Foundation redoubles efforts to collect testimonies of Holocaust survivors
Hundreds of Holocaust survivors have contacted USC Shoah Foundation to express a desire to tell their stories. The Last Chance initiative will give them the opportunity.
USC’s Holocaust, genocide studies collection goes from nonexistent to one of best in U.S.
Wolf Gruner, founding director of USC Shoah Foundation’s Center for Advanced Genocide Research, began his quest to build a Holocaust library as soon as he arrived at USC a decade ago.
USC Shoah Foundation plays major role at commemoration of UN genocide laws
Director Stephen Smith’s presentation includes testimonies from Pinchas Gutter, the only member of his family to survive the Majdanek concentration camp, and Eva Schloss, the last living relative of Anne Frank.
100 Auschwitz survivors convene in historic gathering
Co-sponsored by USC Shoah Foundation, the event in Poland is part of a week commemorating the liberation of the death camp.
World War II scholar to discuss Nazi occupation in Ukraine
Greenberg fellow Jared McBride will cover the history of the Holocaust in Volhynia.
Auschwitz documentary gets advance screening at USC
The CNN program, which coincides with the 70th anniversary of the Auschwitz liberation, features four Holocaust survivors.
Tracing the trajectories of Schindler’s List
Genocide survivors are among keynote panelists at USC Shoah Foundation conference.
French university gets access to USC Shoah Foundation archive
Ecole Normale Superieure of Lyon can draw upon thousands of testimonies on France and its citizens, including artists and activists.
Greenbergs endow new fellowship for genocide research
The gift will support scholarship of a Ph.D. student examining Eastern Europe.