Not in My Family: German Memory and Responsibility after the Holocaust
Roger Frie is professor and clinical psychologist at Simon Fraser University and affiliate professor of psychiatry at University of British Columbia. In 2018 – 19, he is serving as an associate member of the Columbia University Seminar on Cultural Memory.
Frie is a registered psychologist and interdisciplinary scholar in the fields of psychoanalysis, philosophy and history. He lectures and writes widely on historical trauma, cultural memory and human interaction and is a practicing psychotherapist. He is also editor of History Flows Through Us: Germany, the Holocaust and the Importance of Empathy (Routledge).
- Asperger’s Nazi Science: A Conversation with Herwig Czech and Edith Sheffer, October 4, 2018
- Anatomy of a Genocide: The Life and Death of a Town Called Buczacz: Coexistence and Violence in an Eastern European Town, October 23, 2018
- Corpses of the Holocaust: A New Approach to the Destruction and its Aftermath, November 15, 2018
- Holocaust Testimony and Maya Testimony in Post-Genocide Guatemala, November 29, 2018
- The Third Reich in the United States: Uncovering Hitler’s American Supporters, February 14, 2019
- Uprooting, Criminality and Machination: Jews and Nazis in Martin Heidegger’s Black Notebooks, March 12, 2019
- Holocaust Center of San Francisco (a division of Jewish Family and Children’s Services)
- Psychology Department