Teachers Study Day

The Jewish-Christian Studies Graduate Program at Seton Hall University has been devoted to eliminating prejudice through understanding since 1975 and has designed its annual Teachers Study Day to assist educators in the development of expertise in the area of Holocaust and Genocide Education. This professional development study day and program is an accredited service provider in the State of New Jersey and offers five professional development credit hours for educators.

Click on the links below to access details about upcoming and past events.

March 13, 2019 Teachers Study Day:
Police in the Nazi Period and Now

March 5, 2018 Teachers Study Day:
Jews and Resistance in France during World War II

Video Podcasts
Opening lecture by Dr. Brenna Moore
Testimony of Holocaust survivor Mr. Michel Jeifa
–  Q&A session and workshop led by Mr. Michel Jeifa

Materials and Handouts
Bibliography by Dr. Brenna Moore
Report by Dr. Celia Deutsch, N.D.S.
Sisters of Our Lady of Sion: Righteous among the nations by Celine Hirsch Poynard
 J.M. Oesterreicher in France by Rev. Dr. Lawrence E. Frizzell
Spiritual Resistance by Père Joseph N. Perrin

March 8, 2017 Teachers Study Day:
Refugees: World War II and Now

March 31, 2016 Teachers Study Day:
Propaganda: Film and Print during and after the Nazi Period

April 14, 2015 Teachers Study Day:
Greeks and Jews during World War II

March 13, 2014 Teachers Study Day:
Poles and Jews during World War II