Rev. Hubert G. Locke

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Emeritus Scholar at the University of Washington
Ida E. King Distinguished Scholar during Fall 1992 and Fall 2001

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ev. Hubert G. Locke is a Professor and former Dean at the Graduate School of Public Affairs, and Director of the Program in Society and Justice at the University of Washington. A co-founder of the Annual Scholars Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches, he is one of the top dozen scholars in the field with a reputation stretching from Israel and Europe to North America. He is also the author of six books and numerous articles on the Church Struggle and the Holocaust, as well as other subjects.

Education:
1955: A.B. from Wayne State University
1959: D.B. from University of Chicago [Chicago Theological Seminary]
1961: A.M. University of Michigan

Areas of Expertise:
Religious Studies, Human Rights, Holocaust Studies, African America Studies, Civil Rights, Jewish Studies, Church History

Publications Include:

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