For the 18th Holocaust Memorial Lecture we are delighted to welcome Professor Otto Hutter to the University of Glasgow.
Recalling his escape from Hitler’s Vienna by Kindertransport, Professor Hutter explores the tales of his fellow classmates in the Jewish Grammar School he attended. Through networking and collecting their biographies, he has collected stories mostly of triumph over adversity, of fortitude, good fortune and achievement; but sadly also of calamity and perdition: altogether, a tableau of 20th Century history as experienced by a cohort of young refugees.
Date: Tuesday 23 January 2018
Venue: Sir Charles Wilson Lecture Theatre
Doors open: 5.30pm, Teas and Coffees will be served at this point
Lecture starts: 6.00pm
Lecture ends: 7.15pm
This event is free to attend, however you are required to register before attending. Guests are politely asked to arrive prior to the lecture starting time. There will be a five minute late comers policy for this event.
Please note that this lecture will be filmed.
This is a very popular event and tickets will sell out, so please book early to avoid disappointment.