Hélène Berr: A Stolen Life is a powerful exploration of the Holocaust as told through the journal entries of a 20-year-old Jewish woman living under the Vichy regime. On loan from the Mémorial de la Shoah, the Holocaust Museum in Paris, the exhibition includes entries from Berr’s journal as well as artifacts from her own life and from France under the Vichy regime. This is an evocative and essential exploration of a history that still reverberates today. In addition to the exhibition, the Claremont Colleges will also host lectures from preeminent Harvard Holocaust literature and film scholar Susan Rubin Suleiman and Director of the Shoah Memorial Jacques Fredj.
Presented in partnership with the Clark Humanities Museum, the Scripps departments of French, Religious Studies, and Public Events, the Pomona departments of Romance Languages and History, Hillel, the Jewish Federation of San Gabriel and Pomona Valley, and the European Union Center of California.
Sponsor: Scripps College