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  kaethe becker - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
Kaethe Becker was a female guard at several concentration camps during the last months of World War II.
Kaethe was born as Kaethe Becker in Saarbruecken or Herrensohr, Germany on May 25, 1923.
In December 1944, Kaethe guarded a transport of women prisoners to the Zwodau subcamp of Flossenburg in Czechoslovakia.
www.onpedia.com /encyclopedia/kaethe-becker   (120 words)

 Becker (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Becker, Britta (born 1973), German field hockey player
Becker, Kaethe, German concentration camp guard during World War II Becker, Konrad, hypermedia researcher and interdisciplinary content developer
Becker, Ralph Elihu (1907-1994), U.S. ambassador to Honduras
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Becker   (396 words)

 AFTA Newsletter - Issue #85
I met Kaethe at a Bread and Roses meeting in 1969 where, as we like to say, we saw each other across a crowded room and began a conversation that has lasted for 33 years.
Kaethe's ability to use her life experience to clarify, educate and inspire others is unrivaled.
Peggy Penn wrote to me that Kaethe's biggest move was one she had been preparing for her whole life: a move from the local to the global, taking her ideas about trauma, witnessing and radical listening and moving them from a two-person conversation to ideas about reducing global violence.
www.afta.org /newsletter/85/becker.html   (1515 words)

 IOWA WOMEN'S ARCHIVES - Ruth Becker Papers
Ruth Henrietta Salzmann Becker, a nurse and community activist, was born in Berlin, Germany, in 1922 to Hans and Kaethe Salzmann.
After her marriage, Ruth Becker worked part time in the College of Nursing at the University of Iowa in Iowa City.
Kaethe Salzmann was a physical therapist and amateur athlete.
sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu /iwa/findingaids/html/BeckerRuth.htm   (822 words)

 witnessing staff
She has taught this model to hundreds of professionals and used the model in consultation with individuals, couples, families and organizations, as well as with traumatized populations in Kosovo and South Africa.
Becker is a founding member of the Public Conversations Project (PCP), which is dedicated to transforming polarizing conversations into dialogue.
At PCP she is one of the trainers for the Power of Dialogue workshop.
www.witnessingproject.org /staff.html   (775 words)

 P.O.V. - Discovering Dominga . For Educators | PBS
A young Iowa mother discovers she is a survivor of one of the most horrific episodes in Guatemala's 36-year civil war.
It describes Denese Becker's early life and her first trip to Guatemala since her adoption by an Iowa family.
Since she was eleven years old, Denese Becker has coped with a painful past by trying to ignore her history.
www.pbs.org /pov/pov2003/discoveringdominga/for.html   (3201 words)

 Piece of the Berlin Wall erected in the Center of the Federation of Families
Käthe Becker shared how since the Catholics' Day in Cologne, in 1956, she got in contact with families from Eastern Germany — limited travel from East to West was still possible, then.
Since 1980, Käthe Becker went to the GDR three to four times a year, joining the retreats of the families.
She shared some adventure stories of border controls, of notes hidden under the dress, of registration forms, and meticulously complete lists of each single item that was imported.
www.kath.de /schoenstatt/news2002/05mai/2t0539_en_familienbund.htm   (1166 words)

 AFTA Newsletter - Issue #86
More than forty AFTA members gathered at the Forum for Human Rights to participate in the presentation of the Kosovar Family Professional Educational Collaborative (KFPEC), an international collaborative project developed by fourteen AFTA members and Kosovar mental health professionals.
After Ellen Pulleyblank-Coffey, services co-director of the project, introduced presenters, Corky Becker made an initial presentation regarding the essence of the collaborative.
She described the beautiful way in which friendship, high sensibility, sensitivity, and a strong commitment to be of help to people in need all serve as primary values of the Collaborative.
www.afta.org /newsletter/86/aganir.html   (785 words)

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Chris Angle is the author of The Nature of Aesthetics, Defining Ethics Good and Evil, Truth and the Nature of a Decision, and The Philosophical Equations of Economics.
Colleen Becker is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Art History and Archaeology.
Her dissertation is entitled "Acts of Representation: The Inception and Early Development of Kaethe Kollwitz's Career." Colleen is the former archivist of the Whitney Museum of American Art and has also been employed by the Art Institute of Chicago and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
www.beautifulnovember.com /beauty/list.html?ArdSI=f633853   (3221 words)

 Sebald Symposium Participants and Abstracts
Author of The Androgyne in Early German Romanticism and the coedited volumes The Enlightenment and its Legacy and The Imperialist Imagination: German Colonialism and Its Legacy, she is also a past editor of The Women in German Yearbook.
With a research and teaching focus on Romanticism and 20thCentury literature and culture, she has published on writers such as Friedrich Schlegel, Novalis, Caroline Schlegel Schelling, Achim von Arnim, Annette von Droste Hülshoff, Paula Modersohn Becker, Käthe Kollwitz, Christa Wolf, and Christoph Hein, as well as on a variety of professional issues.
In this paper I intend to draw on several of the many links Sebald establishes throughout his imaginative literature to writers of the past--some more deliberate than others--especially as they relate to his preoccupation with causality and the vagaries of chance.
www.davidson.edu /academic/german/denham/sebaldparticipants.htm   (7692 words)

 FIC Projects
Current projects include the Witnessing Project, the Psychodrama Interest Group, the Center for Women's Empowerment, and the Theater for Social Healing.
In the USA: Carol Becker, Ph.D. In South Africa: Dirk Kotzé, D.D. and Elmarie Kotzé, D.Litt et Phil
The Witnessing Project addresses a major public health problem: witnessing violence and violation.
www.familyinstitutecamb.org /programs/projects.php   (823 words)

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WEEK 11: Discuss "The difficulty of saying'I'" in Christa Wolf's novel The Quest for Christa T.
WEEK 13: Discuss the two endings of Jurek Becker's novel Jakob the Liar.
WEEK 13: Discuss the role of the radio in Jurek Becker's novel Jakob the Liar.
www.hfac.uh.edu /mcl/faculty/glass/GERM3350Essaytopics.html   (763 words)

 Meeting Couples for Christ - Schoenstatt
The Saturday before, a small delegation of Schoenstatt members had participated in the Beneficiary Concert for the launching of "ANCOP Germany", the Movement's Social Partnership Foundation, in Bad Homburg near Frankfurt.
Father Günther Boll, Spiritual Assistant of the Institute of Schoenstatt Families, Father Dr. Lothar Penners, Movement Director of Germany, Bernhard and Elisabeth Neiser (Institute), Käthe Becker, and the Kraus family (Federation), Christel and Dietmar Heger (League), and Sr.
Kornelia (Press Office) welcomed the delegation of Couples for Christ coming from Frankfurt at the Original Shrine.
www.schoenstatt.de /news2003/05mai/3t0504en_geistliche_bewegungen.htm   (1053 words)

 Wechsler-Jentzsch Kaethe MD - Washington, DC 20037-2327 - Directory
Wechsler-Jentzsch Kaethe MD - Washington, DC 20037-2327 - Directory
Wechsler-Jentzsch Kaethe MD 901 23rd St NW Washington, DC 20037-2327
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 Rutgers University Press
SUBJECT LIST: A - E (New Books Added Daily)
Editors: Gabriel P. Weisberg and Jane R. Becker
Gabriel P. Weisberg is professor of art history at the University of Minnesota and author of numerous essays and books on French art of this period. He is guest curator for this exhibit. Jane R. Becker is the former assistant curator of the Dahesh Museum.
rutgerspress.rutgers.edu /acatalog/__Overcoming_All_Obstacles_101.html   (180 words)

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