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Colloque "Le déni de l’Holocauste" / "Holocauste Denial" Conference

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Session IV "The Roots of Denial"
Ruth Bettina Birn (The Hague, Netherlands), Valérie Igounet (IEP, Paris) et Samuel Moyn (Dept. of History, Columbia Univ.)

15 novembre 2008

Programm of this session (chair: Avner Ben-Amos, School of Education, Tel-Aviv University):
– lecture by Ruth Bettina Birn,
– lecture by Valérie Igounet,
– lecture by Samuel Moyn,
– overall discussion on The Roots of Denial.

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Ruth Bettina Birn Ruth Bettina Birn (The Hague, Netherlands)
Ruth Bettina Birn worked in the investigation and prosecution of war crimes; from 1991–2005 in the capacity of Chief Historian of the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Section of the Canadian Department of Justice. She is the author of many studies of the Nazi SS and police, the German occupation of Eastern Europe, and transitional justice.

Valérie Igounet Valérie Igounet (IEP, Paris)
Valérie Igounet has a doctorate in history from the Institut d’études politiques, Paris. She is a specialist in "négationnisme", and the author of L’Histoire du négationnisme en France (Seuil, 2000).

Samuel Moyn Samuel Moyn (Dept. of History, Columbia Univ.)
Samuel Moyn, professor of history at Columbia University, works primarily on modern European intellectual history, with special interests in France and Germany, political and legal thought, historical and critical theory, and sometimes Jewish studies. He has published two books: Origins of the Other: Emmanuel Levinas Between Revelation and Ethics (2005), which was given the Morris D. Forkosch Prize for the best first book of the year in intellectual history, and A Holocaust Controversy: The Treblinka Affair in Postwar France (2005), which was given the Sybil Halpern Milton Memorial Prize for the best book over two years on Nazi Germany and the Holocaust in the broadest context. Currently, he is writing a book about human rights.

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