See / hear some unique recordings with Paul A. Levine:
A podcast about the Swedish effort to save Jews in Budapest Hungary during world war II: How many did Raul Wallenberg save during World War II?
Raoul Wallenberg cam to Budapest in July 1944 most Hungarian Jews were already killed in Auschwitz. But he stepped up the effort to help and save Jews in the capital of Budapest. From October 1944 he was out in the streets of Budapest to help people. But how many did he save. Historian Paul Levine has the answer.
A pioneering University Course in Genocide Studies at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic.
The course was designed by Paul A. Levine and organized by the Protestant Theological Faculty of the Charles University in Prague in autumn term 2015/2016.
This unique course was designed for both undergraduate students and MA candidates from a variety of disciplines, including but not limited to history, political science, religious studies, theology, cultural anthropology, sociology, philosophy or law.
Paul A. Levine was the key instructor of the course.