The Center for Jewish History Seminar on Archival and Historical Research (May 23-26, 2016) is a four-day program for first- and second-year doctoral students, MA students, and rising college seniors to learn the skills of conducting archival research at one of the premier research libraries in the United States. The seminar’s focus is on learning a variety of tools for accessing information and incorporating archival and library research into specific projects.
H-Antisemitism encourages scholarly discussion of the history of antisemitism and makes available diverse bibliographical, research and teaching aids.
Application deadline: March 31, 2016
The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum invites applications for a Dissertation and Thesis Development Workshop that is focused on the Holocaust in the Soviet Union. This workshop will be held from July 18-29, 2016 at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.
As editor of H-Antisemitism I personally welcome you to the H-Antisemitism Academic Discussion List.
Feel free to participate in the discussions. Be advised, members must have a completed profile, including the biography, to participate in any H-Antisemitism discussion.
For those of you who are in PhD programs, you can also request help with your studies, and ask questions of the membership. H-Antisemitism membership includes some of the leading scholars in the field, and Members are more than happy to help you and answer questions within the List format.
This is a very interesting, horrible and interesting, phenomenon. I'd like to hear more from members of the list about it. I've thought about it but in an inchoate way - as when I read once that antisemitic literature had become popular in Japan which has no history of antisemitism and no Jews unless they're Americans sojourning there for a while.