Dr. Eugen Schoenfeld – GSU Emeritus Professor and Chair of the GSU Sociology Department – will be speaking February 22, 11:30am-1:00pm, in the Student Center Speakers Auditorium. His talk, entitled “Why We Should Remember…Reflecting on My Holocaust Experiences,” is followed by a reception in the Student Center Sinclair Suite.
His books, available at the University Library, explore his Holocaust experience:
- Schoenfeld, E. (2005). My reconstructed life. Kennesaw, GA: Kennesaw State University Press.
- Schoenfeld, E. (2011). Faith and conflict: Reflections on Christian faiths’ impact on the rise of the Holocaust. [S.l.]: Eugen Schoenfeld.
Also check out his related research, employing a sociology of religion analytical perspective:
- Schoenfeld, E. (1992). Militant and submissive religions: Class, religion and ideology. British Journal Of Sociology, 43(1), 111-140.
- Schoenfeld, E., & Mestrovic, S. G. (1991). With justice and mercy: Instrumental-masculine and expressive-feminine elements in religion. Journal For The Scientific Study Of Religion, 30(4), 363.
- Schoenfeld, E. (1989). Justice: An illusive concept in Christianity. Review Of Religious Research, 30(3), 236.
- Schoenfeld, E. (1987). Images of God and man: An exploratory study. Review Of Religious Research, 28(3), 224-235.
- Schoenfeld, E. (1985). Religion and loyalty to the political elite: The case of the Presidency. Review Of Religious Research, 27(2), 178-188.
- Schoenfeld, E. (1978). Image of man: The effect of religion on trust. Review Of Religious Research, 20(1), 61-67.
- Schoenfeld, E. (1968). Jewish identity and voting patterns among small-town Jews. Sociological Quarterly, 9(2), 170-185.