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Films with: Stoddard, Fran

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Interview covers Hilberg's childhood, influences upon his work with documents while working on his academic progress, how he came to Vermont, his experiences in Vermont and while teaching at UVM, philosophical discussion on the capabilities of human beings and his passon to research into how the Holocaust was accomplished. Raul Hilberg, professor emeritus of political science at the University of Vermont, distinguished genocide historian and author of the seminal work "The Destruction of the European Jews." Born in Vienna in 1926, Hilberg emigrated to the United States in 1939 and joined the U.S. Army in 1944. Hilberg was awarded the Geschwister Scholl Prize for the German edition of his 2001 book, Sources of Holocaust Research. He passed away in August 2007.
DVD 4956
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Interview covers Manchel's early childhood, how films influenced him, how one high school teacher influenced the maverick Manchel academically, how Manchel became a pioneer in the field of media, his focus on films, his beliefs that films shape us and can shape how we view the world, his revitalizing UVM's media department by introducing computers, mention on his many influential works on film studies and of some of his former students who went on to become Oscar winners.
DVD 5100