Andrew Marantz is a journalist who writes about technology, social media, and the alt-right for The New Yorker. He is the author of Antisocial: Online Extremists, Techno-Utopians, and the Hijacking of the American Conversation. His work has also appeared in Harper’s, New York Magazine, Mother Jones, and the New York Times.
Erin Sylvester is the Acting Managing Editor and former Head of Research for The Walrus. Her work has been published in The Walrus, The Ryerson Review of Journalism, Torontoist, and the Calgary Herald.
Dr. Robert Williams is Deputy Director for International Affairs at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, on the steering committee of the Global Task Force on Holocaust Distortion, and served for four years as chair of the Committee on Antisemitism and Holocaust Denial at the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.
The Neuberger is excited to once again host select films in honour of Holocaust Education Week. These specially curated programs will feature guest speakers and exclusive talkbacks.
Canadian Society for Yad Vashem, the Government of Ontario and the Neuberger present a special HEW partner program featuring CSYV's Annual Tribute to Holocaust Survivors. Learn more.
Join us for an in-depth conversation with leading experts about the global rise in Holocaust distortion and denialism, and how it is being confronted. Learn more.
Join the Neuberger, the Azrieli Foundation’s Holocaust Survivor Memoirs Program and the Max and Tessie Zelikovitz Centre for Jewish Studies at Carleton University for the launch of Holocaust survivor, Morris Schnitzer's, z"l, memoir. Learn more.
Hear historian Jan Grabowski discusses the politics and legalities of Holocaust memory in Poland, and his struggle against the legal enshrinement of distortion and denialism in this HEW 2021 exclusive film talkback. Learn more.
Join journalist Mark Jacobson and the Neuberger we discuss the histories and memories of two of the Holocaust’s most infamous myths associated with soap and lampshades. Learn more about the program and how you can register.
The Soap Myth is an original play that wrestles with the conflict between survivor memory and historical proof, as well as with the scourge of antisemitism masquerading as Holocaust denial. After the play reading, join playwright Jeff Cohen for a stimulating discussion. Learn more.
After coauthoring an autobiography of her Holocaust survivor husband, Maya Lee encouraged her mother to document her own story. Maya subsequently conducted wide-ranging research to fill out her mother’s story. The Nazis Knew My Name is the result. Learn more about the book in this HEW 2021 featured program.
Learn more about exclusive opportunities for children of Holocaust survivors during Holocaust Education Week 2021.
Wendy Lower’s latest book, The Ravine: A Family, a Photograph, a Holocaust Massacre Revealed, takes the reader through the discovery process of a single massacre in the small town of Miropol, Ukraine. Learn more about the book at this HEW virtual program.
Historian Dr. Paul Hanebrink and journalist Mike Rothschild explore the history and modern legacies of conspiratorial antisemitism. Learn more & register for this exciting program.
Video games profoundly shape the way we remember the Second World War, and consequently, the Holocaust. Join us for the launch of our video game engagement program as we explore ways of mediating between popular games and Holocaust memory. Learn more.
How does genocide denialism haunt historical discourse in Canada, and how has it been influenced by Holocaust memory? Join the Neuberger for a discussion about the legacies of Residential Schools and genocide at home in this exclusive film talkback. Learn more.
How do memes and online culture spread hate? The Neuberger’s Online Hate Research & Education Project unpacks how antisemitism and other bigotries are disseminated in a post-truth age. Learn more.