Join us on Holocaust Remembrance Day for a discussion about the legacy of trauma. Panelists will address the concept of intergenerational trauma in the wake of the Holocaust. Panelists include history scholars, a psychologist, and the daughter of a Holocaust survivor.
Robin Judd is a specialist in Jewish, transnational, and gender history, with particular interests in Holocaust studies, the history of antisemitism, the history of religion, the history of leadership, and the history of migration. Judd currently serves as the President of the Association for Jewish Studies, the largest international learned society and professional organization representing Jewish studies.
Dr. Pam Scott is the Director of Clinical Development for The Buckeye Ranch and teaches at The Ohio State University in their social work program. . Prior to entering the social work profession she worked in early childhood education, focusing on the impact of poverty on early childhood development.
Debbi Dach Sugarman is the daughter of Morris Dach, who was deported to Auschwitz in December of 1942 and the only survivor from his family. Debbi is the vice president of Restaurant Equippers Inc, which was started by her parents and she co-chairs the Holocaust education committee for Jewish Columbus.