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Measuring Survivor Hope During the Holocaust: Tom Holub

Mar. 08, 2019
Category: Recognition

Thomas Holub (Ph.D, 1995) is a Professor at Edgewood College in Madison and recently completed a semester-long residency sabbatical at the U.S Holocaust Museum and Memorial in Washington, DC. Dr. Holub interviewed survivors studying the relationship between “a sense of hope” and survival. Thomas is now presenting his ethnographic findings in speaking engagements. It is anticipated that his work will be published in manuscript form in 2020.

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