Bibliothek

Newsletter

PDF Abonieren

YouTube-Kanal

VWI goes to ... / VWI invites ...

 

Der Kolloquienzyklus der VWI-Fellows

 

Die VWI-Fellows präsentieren Zwischenresultate ihrer Forschungsvorhaben im Rahmen von Kolloquien, die – im kleinen Rahmen angekündigt – auch einer akademisch und inhaltlich interessierten Öffentlichkeit zugänglich sind. Die Vorträge werden durch eine im jeweiligen Thema ausgewiesene Fachperson in Form einer Respondenz oder eines Kommentars begleitet und von den anderen Fellows und dem Publikum diskutiert.

 

Das Veranstaltungsformat VWI goes to … war ursprünglich aus akutem Raummangel geboren worden, konnte doch das Institut an seinem früheren Standort, am Desider-Friedmann-Platz nicht einmal eine kleine Veranstaltung organisieren. Allein aus dem Kontakt zu anderen akademischen Einrichtungen in Wien, zum Teil auch in der weiteren Region, ergab sich in der Folge – auch dank der jeweils eingeladenen Kommentatorinnen und Kommentatoren – wiederum die einzigartige Möglichkeit, die Fellows und die Forschungen des VWI mit anderen Institutionen, methodischen Ansätzen, Forschungsfragen und Ideen zu vernetzen, das Institut in den regionalen Forschungsraum noch mehr zu integrieren. Aus diesem Grund wurde entschieden, das Format auch am neuen Standort beizubehalten. Gleichzeitig eröffnete sich aber am Rabensteig auch die Gelegenheit, zu diesen Kolloquien Institutionen auch an das VWI einzuladen. Aus diesem Grund trägt ab Herbst 2016 das VWI-Kolloquium entsprechend alternierend auch die Bezeichnung VWI invites... .

 

 

VWI invites/goes to...
Judith Vöcker: “In the Name of the German Nation”. The German Jurisdiction in Warsaw and Radom during the Nazi Occupation of the General Government (1939–1944)
   

Montag, 26. April 2021, 15:00 - 17:00

Online: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81124963173?pwd=bm1pTjNCc0FUZE9uRVZxd0JSU3pNdz09

 

VWI invites the Department of Legal and Constitutional History at the University of Vienna

BA 101 270 0298 14This research project focusses on the German jurisdiction in the General Government and how it treated and punished crimes committed by Jews, Poles, and ethnic Germans during the Nazi occupation of Poland. The presentation will address what the occupiers defined as a criminal offense and according to which legal basis these were prosecuted by the German legal entities. The focus lies on the German Court and the Special Court and their verdicts, since they sentenced not only Jewish but also Polish and ethnic German defendants for a plethora of so-called criminal offenses. From a micro-historical point of view, the presentation will examine the development of court verdicts throughout the occupational years in Warsaw and Radom. It thereby shows whether and why any changes within the juridical entities occurred – and whether and how these were connected to the occupation politics for the respective territories or the (un)successful course of the war. To this end, the occupation politics for the General Government will be discussed to reveal for which political and strategic purposes it was established. This is supported by a comparison of similar criminal offences committed by Jews, Poles, and ethnic Germans in order to reconstruct the way these German juridical entities treated criminal cases and offenders from all spheres of society – and lastly, to explore to what extent their verdicts were influenced foremost by their racial ideologies, occupational aims, and the course of the war.

Commented by Miloš Vec

Judith Vöcker is a Junior Fellow at the VWI and a doctoral candidate at the Stanley Burton Centre for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at the University of Leicester. Before starting her doctorate, Judith studied Slavic studies and German literature and linguistics in Cologne, Cracow, and Moscow, and Eastern European History in Frankfurt an der Oder and London. Her PhD is funded by the Midlands4Cities Doctoral Training Partnership and is supervised by Svenja Bethke and Klaus Richter.

Miloš Vec is Professor of European Legal and Constitutional History at the University of Vienna and was a Permanent Fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM, Vienna) from 2016 to 2020. He completed his Habilitation in Legal History, Philosophy of Law, Theory of Law, and Civil Law at Goethe University Frankfurt am Main. Until 2012, he worked and taught at the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History. He also taught at the Universities of Bonn, Hamburg, Constance, Lyon, Tübingen, and Vilnius. He was a Fellow at the Wissenschaftskolleg (Institute of Advanced Study) in Berlin in 2011/12; a Senior Global Hauser Fellow at New York University in 2017; and an associate member of the Research Centre “Normative Orders” at Frankfurt University. He also works as a freelance journalist, especially for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

Foto: Bundesarchiv, Bild 101 |-20-0298-14 | Foto: Amthor | Juni 1942

 Click here to download the invitation as PDF file.

In cooperation with:
UniWien Logo

Oktober 2021
Mo Di Mi Do Fr Sa So
27 28 29 30 1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 31


Das Wiener Wiesenthal Institut für Holocaust-Studien (VWI) wird gefördert von:

 

bmbwf 179

 

wienkultur 179

 

  BKA 179