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Nili Keren

Dr. Nili Keren is a Holocaust and Genocide Distinguished Visiting Professor at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, where she taught for three years. Keren was born in Israel and graduated from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. She was a member of Yad Vashem board of directors and a professor at the Kibbutzim College of Education in Tel-Aviv, Israel, for many years. She has written books and many articles on Holocaust education in Israel and abroad and is the academic advisor of many educational programs in Germany. Keren’s focus now is on the future of Holocaust memory in the fourth and fifth generation in Israel and abroad.

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Ruth Bondy

Ruth Bondy was an author, a journalist, and a gifted translator. Born in Prague to a large Zionist family, the majority of whose members perished in the Holocaust, Bondy survived Theresienstadt and Auschwitz-Birkenau and arrived in Israel in late 1948. She soon became a journalist, and eventually began to write biographies and translate from Czech to Hebrew.

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