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White Rose Exhibit @ the WSU Libraries: Calendar of Events

White Rose Film Series

All showings @ 7 pm in CUE 203

February 11th: Schindler's List (1993)

Introduced by Katherine Patterson, Department of History

February 18th: Sophie Scholl: Die Letzten Tage (2005)

Introduced by Dr. Rachel Halverson, Associate Professor of German, Marianna Merritt and Donald E. Matteson Distinguished Professor and Associate Chair, WSU Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures

71st Anniversary of the Distribution of the 6th leaflet by Hans and Sophie Scholl in the Atrium of the University of Munich

February 25th: Valkyrie (2008)

Introduced by Dr. Torsten Homberger,  Department of History

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Opening Reception with David Clay Large

David Clay Large, a specialist in German history and the author of several books about the Third Reich, including Munich 1972: Tragedy, Terror, and Triumph at the Olympic Games, opened the White Rose Exhibit on February 3rd at 4 pm in the Terrell Library Atrium.

Story from the Daily Evergreen on the opening reception.

David Clay Large at the White Rose Exhibit Opening. Photo by Nella Letizia.David Clay Large

March 7th: Closing Panel/Brownbag Lunch

Friday, March 7th, 12 noon. Honors College Lounge

Closing Event Panel: - "Resisting Hate: The Legacy of the White Rose."

Panelists:

C. Richard King, WSU Department of Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies
Ted Nitz, Director of International Studies and Associate Professor of History, Gonzaga University
Rachel Halverson, Associate Professor of German, Marianna Merritt and Donald E. Matteson Distinguished Professor and Associate Chair, WSU Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures
Raymond Sun, Associate Professor of History and Chair, WSU Department of History

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