Alvin H. Rosenfeld: The Anne Frank We Remember

8/31/2004; 57 minutes

Noted Holocaust scholar, author and lecturer, Alvin H. Rosenfeld, Director of the Institute of Jewish Culture and the Arts, and Professor of English at Indiana University, explores the changing images of the Holocaust's most famous victim over time, and attempts to explain why one particular version of Anne Frank has been favored over others. Sponsored by the Herman P. and Sophia Taubman Foundation at the University of California, Santa Barbara. (#8872)

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