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27. January 2023 08:00 - 31. January 2023 23:00
CfP - WorkshopsThe 1952 German-Jewish Settlement and Beyond. New Perspectives on Reparations During and After the Cold War
On 10 September 1952, the Federal Republic of Germany, the State of Israel, and the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany signed a historic agreement in Luxembourg, according to which Germany was to pay Israel the costs for “the heavy burden of resettling so great a num...Weiterlesen...
27. January 2023 08:00 - 14. February 2023 23:59
ChancenCall for Applications, CEU Summer course: Holocaust Testimonies and their Afterlives
This two-week, intensive summer course will investigate the genealogy of the era of the witness, focusing on the emergence of Holocaust testimony as the model for eyewitness documentation of 20th and 21st-century atrocities, and its impact on efforts to record and represent subsequent...Weiterlesen...
08. March 2023 15:00
VWI invites/goes to...Emil Kjerte: The Personnel of the Jasenovac Concentration and Death Camp Complex. Biographical Profiles and Pathways to the Camp Complex
VWI invites University of Rijeka Compared to the extensive historiography on German Holocaust perpetrators that has emerged since the 1990s, the literature on non-German perpetrators is less extensive. This presentation focuses on the Croatian men and women stationed in the Jasenovac...Weiterlesen...
22. March 2023 16:00
VWI invites/goes to...Gergely Kunt: Images Of Others. A Comparative Analysis of Anti-Romani and Anti-Semitic Narratives in Private and Public Discourse in Hungary from World War I to World War II
VWI goes to Romano Centro – Verein für Roma The lecture will examine the intensity of anti-Jewish and anti-Romani sentiment between the two world wars at the micro level through the analysis of diaries and at the macro level through a quantitative analysis of newspapers. The research...Weiterlesen...
28. March 2023 18:30
Simon Wiesenthal LectureKateřina Čapková: "You Ask why I was in a Labor Camp": Czechoslovak Jews and Roma Demand Recognition of Their Wartime Suffering
Although World War II affected the lives of all inhabitants of the Bohemian lands (today‘s Czech Republic) and Slovakia, only two communities – Jews and Roma – experienced genocide during the war, with entire families perishing and most of their members being sent to concentration or ...Weiterlesen...
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