Authors@UF : A Conversation with Norman J. W. Goda
Professor Norman J. W. Goda discussed his book Hitler’s Shadow – Nazi War Criminals, US Intelligence, and the Cold War. The book investigates how and why numerous Nazi war criminals, including high officials of the Gestapo, escaped prosecution at the end of the Second World War. Professor Goda shared his perspective as a writer, historian and researcher.
Goda is the Braman Professor of Holocaust Studies, Department of History, University of Florida.
Event DetailsDate: February 22, 2012
Smathers Library, Room 1A
Sponsored by the Smathers Libraries Campus Conversations
Library Program Planning Group:
Rebecca Jefferson, Library Liaison: Jewish Studies Center, Hillel Student Group
Isabel Silver, Program Coordinator: Honors, Govt Docs, Latin American Studies Center, Graduate Students, catering
Barbara Hood, Publicity Coordinator
Patrick Reakes, Branch Chair: Humanities Center, English Dept
Shelley Arlen, Library Liaison: History and Anthropology
Alena Aissing, Library Liaison: European Studies Center, International Center, German and Slavic Studies, Groups
David Schweider, Library Liaison: Political Science, Graham Center