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Jewish-Muslim Relations in Bosnia: Holocaust, Bosnian Genocide, and the Present


Jewish History Museum
564 S. Stone Ave.
85701 Tucson , AZ


Tue, 10/24/2017 - 4:00pm


Dr. Elijas Tauber, Head of Holocaust Researching Department at the Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, University of Sarajevo

Dr. Elijas Tauber, an accomplished scholar of Bosnian Jewry, will discuss the deep historical roots of Muslim-Jewish cooperation in Bosnia. These histories include cooperation against Nazi brutality during the Holocaust, allyship and refuge during the Bosnian genocide and continuing legacies of historical solidarity.



Sponsored by the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Arizona Center for Judaic Studies, Weintraub Israel Center/Jewish Federation, Holocaust History Center, History Department, Institute for the Study of Religion and Culture, Department of Religious Studies, Department of Russian and Slavic Languages