Polish Responses to the Holocaust focuses on rethinking Polish-Jewish relations during the Holocaust. While the literature of the Holocaust tells us a great deal about the perpetrators and the victims, it fails to deal adequately with the role of the bystanders who made up the majority of the population in Poland as well as throughout Europe, or the rescuers who helped save tens of thousands of Jews.
Michael Dobkowski, Ph.D., served as a visiting professor at Nazareth College in the fall of 2011 where he taught Jewish Thought, the history and implications of the Holocaust, the American Jewish Experience, and the History of Anti-Semitism.
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- The Center for International Education
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