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New Books in Genocide, Holocaust, and Memory Studies
Announcements and Discussion
CFP for an edited volume:
"The Ethics of Action: Conflict Transformation, Peace, and Human Rights"
The School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason
Kroc School of Peace Studies, University of San Diego School of
Sociology and Social Policy, University of Nottingham
Subject: 2019 JDC Archives Fellowship Program
Academic Studies Press is pleased to announce the publication of two new books, available Open Access and in hardcover and paperback: Gendered Violence: Jewish Women in the Pogroms of 1917 to 1921 by Irina Astashkevich, and Macht Arbeit Frei?: German Economic Policy and Forced Labor of Jews in the General Government, 1939-1943 by Witold W.
Thank you so much for the information.
I did not know that. I am going to contact them today.
Both Chicago, Illinois and Milwaukee, Wisconsin have seen an influx of Rohingya. If you haven't yet contacted the Rohingya American Society (located in Milwaukee) or the Zakat Foundation (which is assisting with resettlement in Chicago) both organizations may be able to assist your research.
Best of luck!
The Aftermath of the Second World War: A Global Jewish Perspective
I am looking for oral history archives (other than Shoah) that have contents related to Rohingya.
Do you all know any NGO that is working towards the integration of refugees, especially Rohingya?