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Call for Abstracts

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

On behalf of Magdalena Górska and Milica Trakilović, I would like to announce a call for abstracts for the edited volume on Social and Political Suffocations, in search of activists, artists, and academics who would like to contribute work related to breathing and suffocation:

Reminder! CFA: USHMM Virtual Faculty Seminar: Bioethics, Disease, and the Holocaust, Jan 3-7, 2022 (Deadline 31 October 2021)

The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum announces the call for applications for the 2022 Jack and Anita Hess Virtual Faculty Seminar on the topic of “Bioethics, Disease, and the Holocaust.” This year’s Seminar will draw on an interdisciplinary body of scholarship to make clear how the history of the Holocaust informs the fields of bioethics and public health, and vice-versa, addressing questions such as: What are the legacies of the Nazis’ uses and abus

CFA: USHMM Virtual Faculty Seminar: Bioethics, Disease, and the Holocaust, Jan 3-7, 2022 (Deadline 31 October 2021)

The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum announces the call for applications for the 2022 Jack and Anita Hess Virtual Faculty Seminar on the topic of “Bioethics, Disease, and the Holocaust.” This year’s Seminar will draw on an interdisciplinary body of scholarship to make clear how the history of the Holocaust informs the fields of bioethics and public health, and vice-versa, addressing questions such as: What are the legacies of the Nazis’ uses and abus