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Professor Richard Freund, director of the University's Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies, recently gave three conference lectures on archaeological projects sponsored by the Greenberg Center.
On Feb. 26, Freund participated with scholars of the Holocaust from Poland, England and California in a conference on "Archaeology and the Holocaust" at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City. Freund spoke on "The Sobibor Extermination Camp Documentation Project at the University of Hartford."
On March 1, Freund gave a lecture at the University of South Florida for the Geography Department entitled: "Searching for Atlantis in Southern Spain" at an evening devoted to the study of Atlantis research at the University.
On March 18, Freund gave a lecture at the Society of Biblical Literature and the American Schools of Oriental Studies Conference in St. Louis entitled: "The 'New' New Archaeology: Rabbinic and New Testament Archaeology in Light of 25 Years of Excavations at Bethsaida, Israel."
In addition, Freund's National Geographic work on "Finding Atlantis" was featured in the Spring 2012 edition of Science & Vie Junior, a French language science magazine for high school students. See the article.