Dina Porat, professor emeritus of modern Jewish history at the Department of Jewish History at Tel Aviv University and the former chief historian of Yad Vashem, presents for the first time comprehensively the story of 50 young men and women who survived the Shoah as underground fighters in Eastern Europe and after the war surmised a scheme to kill six million Germans.
Dina Porat, emeritierte Professorin für moderne jüdische Geschichte am Institut für Jüdische Geschichte der Universität Tel Aviv und ehemalige Chefhistorikerin von Yad Vashem, stellt zum ersten Mal umfassend die Geschichte von 50 jungen Männern und Frauen vor, die die Shoah als Untergrundkämpfer in Osteuropa überlebten und nach dem Krieg einen Racheakt erdachten: Durch die Vergiftung von Trinkwasser sollten sechs Millionen Deutsche sterben und so der Tod von sechs Millionen Juden vergolten werden.
In episode 3 of this podcast, Dr. Rosemary Sage and Dr. Riccarda Matteucci discuss their book and talk about education in their day, what it has become for Gen Z, and lessons from pockets of the world where robots, online learning, and the science of human interest have been accounted for in education programs.
In a special episode that combines two of our ongoing themed series, Radhika Iyengar and Christina T. Kwauk urge readers to pay attention to climate change in education, not just as a peripheral topic, but as a core part of curriculum design and implementation.
In this podcast episode, Dr. Jameson Brewer talks in detail about the changing trends in home-schooling practices. Brewer makes us rethink formal education and discusses the reality of educating a child without the support of experts or an educational system.
In the fourth episode of our new themed series Survival by Degrees, Dr. Anna Luisa Lippold puts forth the suggestion that the responsibility for tackling climate change is a public notion, rather than an individual effort.