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10. März 2023 08:00 - 15. Juni 2023 23:00
CfP - TagungQuantifying the Holocaust.Classifying, Counting, Modeling: The Contribution to Holocaust History
International ConferenceParis, 15–16 May 2024 Submission We invite submission of abstracts for individual papers. Individual submissions will be grouped into appropriate thematic panels by the conference organisers. We welcome researchers at all levels of their PhD or post-doctoral...Weiterlesen...
30. März 2023 09:00
WorkshopDocumenting Refugees from Eastern Europe
The 20th century was a period of evacuation, escape, expulsion, wandering and planned resettlement of the population, all due to wars, economic crises, and political changes, such as the collapse of empires. It was also the period when the legal foundations establishing international ...Weiterlesen...
26. April 2023 15:00
VWI invites/goes to...Anastasia Felcher: Debates on the Holocaust in Jewish Samizdat. Political Agenda, Self-Identification and Memory Work
VWI invites the Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena The lecture is an attempt to understand the interplay between uncensored media, Jewish nationalism and Holocaust remembrance under the restrictive conditions of Soviet state policy, memory politics and the cult of victory during World War II. ...Weiterlesen...
17. Mai 2023 15:00
VWI invites/goes to...Raz Segal: Holocaust Bystanders – A History of the Modern State
VWI invites the OR-ZSE (Budapest) The presentation offers a new interpretation of Holocaust bystanders in the multi-ethnic and multi-religious borderlands under wartime Hungarian and Bulgarian occupations that targeted several groups in attempts to realise ethno-national visions of “...Weiterlesen...
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