Learn about the Jews who escaped to India and Iran after 1933. On the margins of the Holocaust and anxious about their families’ fates, they were homeless and stateless, but also oddly privileged as adventurous Europeans in "exotic" societies. Our speaker, Atina Grossmann, is Professor of History at the Cooper Union in New York City.
Thank you to our Community Partners: India League of America - Michigan
and the Jewish Historical Society of Michigan.