Keeping the Memory Alive: The History of Vanderbilt University's Holocaust Lecture Series
Editorial Board of the Vanderbilt Historical Review
For years, the Vanderbilt University Holocaust Lecture Series has brought in guest speakers and academic scholars to give presentations on the history of the Holocaust. Begun in 1967 under the direction of Beverly Asbury, the program has grown in scope and popularity on campus over the years. The History at Vanderbilt section of this journal seeks to elaborate on the role that history has played at our university, and how it has continually shaped our understanding of the past.