From Generation to Generation – Panel Discussion with Roland Tec, November 5, UConn Stamford


Join Dr. Joel Blatt and Dr. Fred Roden in conversation with filmmaker Roland Tec, son of Professor Emerita Nechama Tec, as he discusses her Holocaust memoir, Dry Tears, recounts his work on the film adaptation of her resistance classic Defiance, and reflects on legacies in families of survivors. Read more about her [book].

The event will take place November 5, 5.30-6.30 pm, at the UConn Stamford Campus, A1 Main Auditorium.


About the Speaker

Filmmaker and producer Roland Tec is an Assistant Professor in the MFA Program in Playwriting at Hollins University and is a Dramatists Guild Institute faculty member. His film producer credits include Mira Nair's Monsoon Wedding and Edward Zwick's Defiance. He wrote, directed, and produced feature films All the Rage and We Pedal Uphill. Professor Tec has taught at Harvard and Brandeis and was a fellow at the Byrdcliffe Artists Colony and at the MacDowell Colony.

This program is part of the UConn Judaic Studies Scholarship and the Arts Series. Attendance counts toward honors credit.

If you require an accommodation to participate, please contact Stamford coordinator for Judaic Studies Prof. Frederick Roden:, or 203-251-8559.