USHMM EDITOR SEARCH: Holocaust and Genocide Studies Journal

The United States Holocaust Museum is seeking an editor or editorial team for our highly respected journal Holocaust and Genocide Studies. We welcome applications from scholars across the Humanities and Social Sciences with expertise in Holocaust and genocide studies. The application process will be launched later this month.  In the meantime, please contact Laura Foster (lfoster@ushmm.org) if you are interested in learning more about the editorship.

International Virtual Lecture Series: Talking Memory with Guest Speakers Stephen D. Smith and Mary Pat Higgins

The Ghetto Fighters' House, in partnership with the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum and the USC Shoah Foundation, would like to invite you to the upcoming lecture in the International Virtual Lecture Series "Talking Memory":

CfP The Lefts and Nationalisms - ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, Prague, 25-28 May 2021

At a time of resurgent minority nationalism in some European regions, many of them clearly leaning towards the left, and when radical right and populist parties are successfully attracting working-class support on the basis of welfare chauvinist proposals that pit natives against immigrants and globalisation in defence of the ‘national welfare state’, the study of the (often-troubled) relationship between the Left and the national issue acquires renewed relevance for both academic and practical purposes. 

Kentucky and the Thoroughbred Industries: Prospects and Challenges as Gambling Popularity Declines

Lambert, Thomas (2020). "Kentucky and the Thoroughbred Industries: Prospects and Challenges as Gambling Popularity Declines."  Open access research paper published in MPRA (a repository hosted by the Munich University Library, Germany) https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/id/eprint/105077

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