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Uploaded on Feb 26, 2008
In this University of Hawaii program, Yehuda Bauer, a highly regarded Holocaust scholar and historian at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, speaks on "The New Anti-Semitism." He points out the flaws in the title itself, and discusses how anti-Semitism has changed but also remained the same. Dr. Bauer, widely recognized for his work in Holocaust studies and the prevention of genocide, received the highest civilian award in Israel — the Israel Prize. He currently serves as academic adviser to the International Task Force for Holocaust Education, Rembrance and Research, among other positions.