USC Dornsife’s M.A. in Global Security Studies program combines coursework in international relations, spatial sciences and environmental studies, and draws on resources of USC Shoah Foundation.
Betty Grebenschikoff and Ana María Wahrenberg hadn’t seen each other since their families fled Berlin as the Nazis gained power. More than 80 years later, astute work by a foundation archivist brought them back together. [4¾ min read]
From virtual memorials and digital keepsakes to Zoom ceremonies and online gravestone archives, technology allows us to reimagine and innovate ways to remember and celebrate the dearly departed. [5¾ min read]
How USC Dornsife beat the odds to transform online learning into a vibrant virtual experience with almost unlimited educational potential.
Portraits of Holocaust survivors appear alongside interactive testimonies in ‘Facing Survival | David Kassan,’ a USC Fisher Museum of Art and USC Shoah Foundation collaboration open through Dec. 7. [3 min read]
Wolf Gruner, founding director of the Center for Advanced Genocide Research at USC Shoah Foundation — The Institute for Visual History and Education, began his quest to build a Holocaust library as soon as he arrived at USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences a decade ago. [5¼ min read]
USC Shoah Foundation honors the couple for a commitment to humanitarian efforts.
Through a “Casden Conversation,” Stephen D. Smith of USC Shoah Foundation – the Institute for Visual History and Education and Steven Luckert of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum discuss the power of propaganda in Nazi Germany.
The filmmaker and founder of USC Shoah Foundation is awarded the nation’s highest civilian honor.