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  • Art & the Holocaust: Understanding Aesthetic Experience as Empowerment 

    Matthews, Heather (2013-02-27)
    Professor Heather Mathews will look at what role the experience of art plays in our understanding of the Holocaust. In this session, we examine artworks as tools of empowerment, from the point of view of both the victim ...
  • The Nazi Theft of Art 

    Matthews, Heather (2012-04-30)
    Our conference opens with a focus on this dramatic case with Tacoma connections. Maria Altmann was the niece of Adele Bloch-Bauer, who was famously painted by Gustav Klimt in 1907. Five Klimt paintings owned by the Altmann ...
  • Welcome & Introductions 

    Ericksen, Robert P. (2012-04-30)
    Welcome and introductions by Professor Robert P. Ericksen, Kurt Mayer Chair in Holocaust Studies and Steve Starkovich, Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies at Pacific Lutheran University.
  • Water and the Development of Human Civilization: Some Perspective 

    Tvedt, Terje (2012-04-30)
    Speaker (Keynote II): Professor Terje Tvedt is a professor at the Center for Development Studies at the University of Bergen and a Professor II at the Centre for Development and Environment at the University of Oslo. His ...
  • The Global Water Crisis and the Coming Battle For the Right to Water 

    Barlow, Maude (2012-04-24)
    The Inaugural PLU Norwegian-American Annual Lecture. Keynote Address by Maude Barlow, national chairperson of the Council of Canadians, and chair of the Washington-based Food and Water Watch. The world is running out ...