Die juristische Aufarbeitung der NS-Verbrechen durch Fritz Bauer und die Zentrale Stelle

04. Juli 2018 / 18.00 h / Audimax - Neue Aula / Geschwister-Scholl-Platz / 72074 Tübingen

Vorträge und Diskussion

Vortrags- und Diskussionsveranstaltung mit der Historikerin und Fritz Bauer Biografin Dr. Irmtrud Wojak und dem Leitenden Oberstaatsanwalt Jens Rommel, Leiter der Zentralen Stelle der Landesjustizverwaltungen zur Aufklärung der NS-Verbrechen in Ludwigsburg.

Veranstalter: Aktion Sühnezeichen Freidensdienste e.V. in Tübingen, Arbeitskreis kritischer Jurist*innen in Kooperation mit dem Begabtenförderungswerk der Studienstiftung.


Meet the Author: Fritz Bauer 1903-1968

26. April 2018 / Thursday, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm, Illinois Holocaust Museum

The man who found Eichmann and put Auschwitz on trial

PD Dr. Irmtrud Wojak, German historian and managing director of the non-profit BUXUS FOUNDATION GmbH in Munich, discusses Survivor Fritz Bauer’s key role leading to the capture of Adolf Eichmann and his involvement in the Auschwitz trials of 1963. This program provides insight into the German culture of remembrance. Lecturer Anette Isaacs will moderate.

A book signing follows.

Free for Members. Free with Museum admission.

Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, 9603 Woods Drive, Skokie, IL 60077 (USA)

Reservations required.


Creating a Living Archive of Shared Humanity

23. April 2018 / Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University

Fritz Bauer Library / Database of Remembrance and Human Rights

April 23/ 24, 2018, Exploratory seminar organized by Ben Miller (RIAS ’15) in cooperation with PD Dr. Imtrud Wojak (RIAS ’15) and V.V. Ganeshananthan (RIAS ’15)

The FB Library / Database of Remembrance and Human Rights has a central mission to research, document and share humanity’s extraordinary stories of resistance in order to preserve human dignity and to create a more just and humane world. The project is named in honor of German jurist and campaigner for human rights Dr. Fritz Bauer. This unique portal, like the most effective museums, is not constructed to keep knowledge stored, but rather dedicated to pushing stories of resistance out into the world, to change it for the better by altering the way citizens conceive of the choices they have when responding to oppression.

We convene a group to discuss project structure and related concerns, including the question of how a curriculum might generate moral and intellectual courage.

Invited participants - no registration