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03. June 2023 08:00 - 15. June 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...
03. June 2023 08:00 - 30. June 2023 23:59
FellowshipsUkraine Emergency Call
In 2023, in light of the ongoing war in Ukraine, the City of Vienna again provides rapid and uncomplicated assistance to those Ukrainian researchers and historians who now find themselves war refugees. The VWI is pleased to announce that it will take part and contribute to this impor...Weiterlesen...
03. June 2023 16:00 - 15. July 2023 23:59
Call for ApplicationsEHRI Seminar | What’s new in Austrian Holocaust Studies? Digital Tools & Methods
Date: 16-18 January 2024Location: Vienna, Austria,Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies (VWI) This seminar is organised in the framework of The European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI) EHRI-AT In the last decade, Austrian Holocaust research and education has go...Weiterlesen...
05. June 2023 18:30
InterventionRound Table: Holocaust Distortion. Contested Memory in Europe
The Holocaust serves as the political, cultural and moral anchor for addressing forms of exclusionary nationalism, antisemitism, racism, and genocide after 1945. Yet, the meaning of the Holocaust in the collective memory of many nation states is changing and has become subject to cont...Weiterlesen...
06. June 2023 13:00
InterventionInternationaler Tag der Archive
Anlässlich des Internationalen Tags der Archive öffnet das VWI am 6. Juni seine Tore und lädt Interessierte in seine Räumlichkeiten am Rabensteig 3 ein.Verschiedene Präsentationen und Führungen bieten Einblicke in das Archiv. 13:00-13:45:Sandra B. WeissBildquellen in der Holocaustfor...Weiterlesen...
19. June 2023 18:00
BuchpräsentationAri Joskowicz: Rain of Ash Roma, Jews, and the Holocaust
Jews and Roma died side by side in the Holocaust, yet the world did not recognize their destruction equally. In the years and decades following the war, the Jewish experience of genocide increasingly occupied the attention of legal experts, scholars, educators, curators, and politicia...Weiterlesen...
21. June 2023 18:30
VWI Visual"Ver Vet Blaybn?",Directors: Emily Felder, Christa P. Whitney, USA, 2021, 56 minutes. OV with English subtitles
Attempting to better understand her grandfather Avrom Sutzkever, Israeli actress Hadas Kalderon travels to Lithuania, using her grandfather’s diary to trace his early life in Vilna and his survival of the Holocaust. Sutzkever (1913–2010) was an acclaimed Yiddish poet — described by Th...Weiterlesen...
22. June 2023 18:30
Simon Wiesenthal LectureThomas Chopard: Images and Voices from the 1941 Lviv Pogrom
Of the around one hundred pogroms of the summer of 1941, the Lviv pogrom is probably the most pictured. This talk intends to use the various photographs of this moment as an entry point to analyse anti-Jewish violence in Western Ukraine on the early days of the German invasion of the ...Weiterlesen...
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