The 15th Annual Lecture in Jewish/Christian Engagement, co-sponsored by the Center for Catholic Studies and the Bennett Center for Judaic Studies, will stream live on Zoom on March 16th at 7:30pm. Join Ann Millin, PhD, for a lecture on how Jewish and Christian women of color are leading the charge against the discrimination, marginalization, and exclusion that has marked their histories. Register here for free to get the access link for this lecture.
Dr. Millin, the 2018-19 Ida E. King Distinguished Visiting Professor of Holocaust Studies at Richard Stockton University in New Jersey, was formerly the historian for the Educational Initiatives Division of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Levine Family Institute for Holocaust Education.
Dr. Millin holds a BA in speech and theatre from Macalester College, an MA in religious studies from Vanderbilt University, and a PhD in Jewish history from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. She has worked as a research fellow at the University of Göttingen and as an Inter-University Fellow at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her scholarly research focuses on the history of Jewish social welfare work in Germany and Austria. She is also the translator of Götz Aly’s The Brief Life of Marion Samuel, 1931-1943 (Henry Holt/Metropolitan, 2008).