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Cycle of VWI Fellows’ Colloquia


The VWI fellows present their intermediary research results in the context of colloquia which are announced to a small audience and are open to a public audience with an academic and topical interest. The lectures are complemented by a response or commentary by an expert in the given field and are discussed with the other fellows.


Due to the previous lack of an appropriate space, the colloquia were held at other Viennese research and cultural institutions with a topical or regional connection to the given subject. From this circumstance was born the “VWI goes to …” format.


With the move to a new institute building at Rabensteig 3, the spatial circumstances have changed, so that the VWI is now happily able to invite other research and cultural institutions. Therefore, the VWI is now conducting its colloquia both externally and within its own building, in the framework of continued co-operation with other institutions.


The new cycle of fellows’ colloquia “VWI invites/goes to …” is not only able to reach a broader circle of interested persons, but moreover integrates the VWI further into the Viennese scholarly establishment, perhaps even crossing borders into the greater regional research landscape.



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Täter-Biographien – Kontroversen und aktuelle Forschungen

Wednesday, 25. January 2017, 13:30 - 17:40

Lern- und Gedenkort Schloss Hartheim, Seminarraum 2 (2. OG), Schlossstrasse 1, A-4072 Alkoven


VWI goes to Lern- und Gedenkort Schloss Hartheim

Ein Kolloquium des Wiener Wiesenthal Instituts für Holocaust-Studien (VWI) in Kooperation mit dem Lern- und Gedenkort Schloss Hartheim



Begrüßung durch:

Béla Rásky (Geschäftsführer des Wiener Wiesenthal Instituts für Holocaust-Studien) und
Brigitte Kepplinger (Obfrau des Vereins Schloss Hartheim)


Brigitte Kepplinger (Lern- und Gedenkort Schloss Hartheim): Neue Aspekte der Täterforschung


Bertrand Perz (Universität Wien): „The Austrian Connection“: Odilo Globocnik und sein Personal in Lublin


Marek Bem (Fundacja Polskie Dziedzictwo): „Hilfswillige“ in Sobibor – Kollaboration und Verbrechen


Moderation: Irene Zauner-Leitner (Lern- und Gedenkort Schloss Hartheim)






Leo Gürtler (Wiener Wiesenthal Institut): Franz Stangl: Eine biographische Studie


Simone Loistl (Lern- und Gedenkort Schloss Hartheim): Biografische Forschungen zu Dr. Rudolf Lonauer – ein Zwischenbericht


Peter Eigelsberger (Lern- und Gedenkort Schloss Hartheim): „Immer, wenn ein Transport eingeteilt worden ist, sind alle gelaufen gekommen …“ Der Prozess gegen die TäterInnen von Hartheim vor dem Volksgericht Linz


Moderation: Éva Kovács (Wiener Wiesenthal Institut)


Hier finden Sie die Einladung als PDF.


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