Film, panel shine
light on Holocaust survivors
The award-winning documentary, Last Journey Into Silence,
will make its Atlanta debut March 31 at 7 p.m. in the Carlos Museum
The film documents the encounters between three women and their
motherseach of whom is a Holocaust survivor and has lived
for decades in Israeli mental hospitalsand the difficulties
that accompany their relationships.
Writer/director Shosh Shlam and Galina Lirzansky, daughter of one
of the survivors, will speak and answer questions following the
screening. They also will take part in a panel discussion, Monday,
April 1 at 10 a.m. in 110 White Hall.
The film and the panel are sponsored by the Program in Comparative
Both events are free and open to the public. For more information,
contact Cathy Caruth at 404-727-2262 or email@example.com.
seeking advisory board members
The Emory Womens Center is seeking dedicated, creative and
energetic women to serve on its advisory board.
Faculty, staff and administrators are eligible to serve three-year
terms, and graduate and undergraduate students are eligible for
Nominations or any questions should be directed to advisory board
chair Marion Dearing (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Self-nominations are encouraged, and all nominations are due March
For more information, contact Rachel Mather at 404-727-2001.
In last weeks issue, Emory Report incorrectly reported
that Benoit Mandelbrot, one of the Universitys 2002 honorary
degree recipients, had received the Fields Medal, the most prestigious
award in mathematics. ER also incorrectly printed the title
of John Boli, professor of sociology. ER apologizes for the