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Lecture: Sebastian Huebel
September 8 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
“Fighter, Worker, and Family Man: German-Jewish Men and Their Gendered Experiences in Nazi Germany, 1933–1941”
Thursday, September 8, 2022
Zoom – Zoom Registration
When the Nazis came to power, they used various strategies to expel German Jews from social, cultural, and economic life. Fighter, Worker, and Family Man focuses on the gendered experiences and discrimination that German-Jewish men faced between 1933 and 1941.
Sebastian Huebel sheds light on how the Nazis sought to emasculate Jewish men through propaganda, the law, and violence, and how in turn German-Jewish men were able to defy emasculation and adapt – at least temporarily – to their marginalized status as men.
Sponsored by the Center for Jewish Studies, George L. Mosse Program in History, UW-Madison Department of History, and College of Charleston.