November 5, 2018
What is at stake, and what is at risk, in the building of new worlds? Five College faculty will deliver short presentations and lead a community conversation on the nightmarish visions of social transformation and oppressive aspects of liberatory movements around the world.
Free and open to the public.
The Institute for Holocaust, Genocide and Memories Studies is located at 758 N Pleasant St on the UMass Amherst campus.
Free parking is available in many staff parking lots after 5:00 pm. More information: bus schedule, campus map with the IHGMS and nearby parking indicated.
Young people of all ages are welcome at this event and all Feinberg Series events. There will be coloring books and crayons available for children. Stipends are available to support transportation for bringing groups of young adults to the event. Contact email@example.com for details.
If you need directions or additional assistance to plan your visit, or to request specific accommodations, please contact the History Department's communications assistant, Adeline Broussan, at firstname.lastname@example.org.