Transforming Moments with Elisha Wiesel and Dr. Eva Fogelman
Elisha Wiesel, former Goldman Sachs CIO and son of the late Nobel Prize winner Elie Wiesel, is interviewed by renowned 2G psychologist Dr. Eva Fogelman, author of the Pulitzer-prize nominated book "Conscience and Courage: Rescuers of Jews During the Holocaust." Wiesel and Fogelman explore his experience being raised by one of the most important voices in Holocaust memory. This inaugural episode of "Transforming Moments," which highlights the experiences of children of Holocaust survivors (2Gs), was co-presented with Descendants of Holocaust Survivors (2GNY) and the Museum of Jewish Heritage.
March 21, 2017- Interview with Michael Stoler
Dr. Fogelman took part in an interview with Michael Stoler of CUNY TV. You can watch the full interview at the links provided.
June 21, 2016: Ping Pong Social
June 26-29, 2016: 5th Global Conference on Genocide at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Dr. Eva Fogelman will be serving as chair for a panel discussion about Post-Genocide Jourenys of Survivors on June 27th. Panelists include Yael Siman, Sara Maher, Abigail Miller, and Julia Kamarenga.
At 5PM on June 27th, she'll be joining a panel discussion on Children as Victims along with Verena Buser and Tushar Kanti Saha.
March 31, 2016: Stephanie Satie's Silent Witnesses
On March 31st at 7:30, there will be a benefit performance followed by a reception and panel discussion. Dr. Eva Fogelman, Stephanie Satie, and Dr. Rochelle Saidel will be speaking.
April 28, 2013: Memory, History, and Kitsch
On April 8, 2013, following a performance of 'Andy and the Shadows,' Dr. Eva Fogelman will be participating in a post-show conversation in collaboration with The Forward, at 5:30 pm. She will be joined by Dan Friedman, managing editor of The Forward and Alisa Solomon, writer and director of the Arts & Culture concentration in the M.A. program at the Columbia University Journalism School.
The event will be held at the Aaron & Cecile Goldman Theater at 1529 16th Street, Washington, DC 20036. For more details and tickets: http://washingtondcjcc.org/center-for-arts/theater-j/on-stage/12-13-season/tj-beyond-the-stage.html
May 26, 2013: "From Mourning to Meaning"
Dr. Eva Fogelman will be the keynote speaker at a conference at Tamach, the Zurich-based counseling center for Holocaust survivors, on May 26, 2013. The event will be held at the Zentrum Karl der Grosse, on Kirchegasse 14 in Zurich, Switzerland from 11am until 12.30pm, and will be free to the community.
Following this will be a workshop for affected individuals, directed by Eva Fogelman. It will be held in the same location from 1.30pm until 5pm, for 75CHF.
Dr. Fogelman spoke at the Museum of Jewish Heritage on the psychology of altruistic behavior in extreme situations.
Dr. Fogelman spoke at a seminar and event for the new book Sexual Violence against Jewish Women During the Holocaust with Sonja Hedgepeth, Rochelle Saidel, and Nava Semel.
Location: CUNY Graduate Center, Fifth Avenue at 34th Street, Room 9206-9207
Dr. Fogelman spoke at the International Conference for Professionals Working with Holocaust Survivors. She will be speaking on the "Paradigm of Aging Holocaust Survivor Families in the Twenty-First Century: Implications for Clinical Intervention."
Location: UJA Federation, 130 E 59th Street, New York City
Eva Fogelman was the keynote speaker for the inaugural conference celebrating the Judith Kestenberg Holocaust Child Survivor Archive at Hebrew University.
Dr. Fogelman participated in the book launch of Sexual Violence Against Jewish Women During the Holocaust along with editors Rochelle Saidel and Sonja Hedgepeth. She contributed a chapter entitled "Sexual Abuse of Women During and After the Holocaust: A Psychological Perspective."
Location: Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion. 1 West Fourth Street, New York, NY.
Dr. Fogelman participated in a panel discussion on sexual violence during the Holocaust organized by the Remember the Women Institute for the Association for Jewish Studies 42nd Annual Conference.
Location: Room St. George A, Westin Copley Place, Boston
Time: 8:30-10:30 AM
Dr. Fogelman will host a discussion following the screening of the film "Saviors in the Night."
Time/date: November 9, 7:30 PM
Location: JCC in Manhattan, 334 Amsterdam Avenue at 76th Street
Dr. Fogelman will be a guest on "The Global Voice" with Susan Piontek. The segment will be aired live at 8 PM and is archived on blogtalkradio.com/susanpiontek.
Time/date: November 3, 8 PM.
Dr. Fogelman will lead a plenary session on Katherine Kressman Taylor's "Address Unknown" as part of the World Federation of Jewish Holocaust Child Survivors 2010 Conference.
Location: Doubletree Chicago North Shore Hotel, Skokie, IL
Time/date: November 7
Dr. Fogelman will chair the closing panel of the World Federation of Jewish Holocaust Child Survivors entitled: "A Look at the Future: From Lives to Legacies."
Location: Doubletree Chicago North Shore Hotel, Skokie, IL
Time/date: November 8, 10-12 PM
Dr. Fogelman will lead an intergenerational workshop for three generations of families who escaped to England in the 1930s from Germany, Austria, and Czechoslovakia.
Time/date: October 16, 10:45-12:15 PM
Location: Kindertransport Gathering, Arlington, Virginia
Dr. Fogelman will be a keynote speaker at the Dokshitzy Diaspora Reunion. She will speak on "The Psychology of Remembering Your Dokshitzy Roots."
Time/date: August 21, 1:00 PM
Location: Radisson Hotel--Providence Airport, Warwick, Rhode Island.
Dr. Fogelman will lead a discussion following the screening of her award-winning documentary film Breaking the Silence: The Generation After the Holocaust.
Time/date: July 20, 4:00-6:00 PM
Location: Drisha Institute for Jewish Education, 37 West 65th Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10023.
Dr. Fogelman will be a panelist on a discussion following a documentary on rescuers of Jews in Italy during the German occupation.
Time/date: June 16, 6:00 PM
Location: Italian Institute of Culture, 68 Park Avenue, Manhattan.
Dr. Fogelman will be speaking at Brooklyn Technological High School on the psychological perspective of Maus by Art Spiegelman.
Time/date: June 3, 11:00 AM
Location: Brooklyn Technological High School
Dr. Fogelman will be speaking on Ezrat Nashim: Early Activists in the Jewish Feminist Movement.
Time/date: May 9, 3:00 PM
Location: Jewish Community Center, 76th Street and Amsterdam, Manhattan.
Eva Fogelman shares personal reminiscences of Professor Stanley Milgram.
Time/date: March 24, 2010 7 PM
Location: Fordham Law School, 140 West 60th Street, Room 204.
Eva Fogelman gives a lecture on clinical issues in working with second generation Holocaust survivors.
Time/date: March 24, 2010 10-11:50 AM
Location: Columbia University School of Social Work, 1255 Amsterdam, Clinical Practice with Historically Traumatized Populations
Eva Fogelman will be addressing the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute's conference Rising from the Ashes: Jewish Families and Children During and After the War as keynote speaker. Her address was entitled "Holocaust Child Survivors, 65 Years After Liberation: From Mourning to Creativity."
Time/date: April 11, 2010 7 PM
Location: Rapaporte Treasure Hall, Goldfarb Library, Brandeis University. Introduction by President Jehudah Reinharz.