Applications for the Manovill Seminar are now Open! Are you a high school student ready to delve into the complexities of history and its impact on our world today?
Designed for students in grades 9 – 12, the Manovill Seminar offers a unique opportunity to explore the connections between racism and antisemitism while increasing your understanding of the patterns of genocide. Over the course of three months, participants will focus on the history of the Holocaust and Cambodian Genocide through engaging discussions, survivor testimonies, and hands-on exploration of items in the Tauber Archives.
Here's what you can expect from the Manovill Seminar:
Dive deep into discussions on the historical and contemporary implications of racism and antisemitism.
Hear firsthand accounts from survivors, gaining valuable insights into their experiences.
Explore primary sources and artifacts in the Tauber Archives, bringing history to life.
Collaborate with fellow students on a student-driven project that applies seminar themes to real-world scenarios.
Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to expand your knowledge, challenge your perspectives, and make a difference in your community. Space is limited, so secure your spot in the Manovill Seminar today!