Founded by the film director Steven Spielberg in 1994, the Visual History Archive is a collection of testimonies recorded in order to preserve the words, faces, gestures and histories of genocide survivors. Holocaust survivors’ testimonies, recorded around the world in 28 languages, represent the bulk of the collection (51 333 to this day).
H-Holocaust exists so scholars of the Holocaust / Shoah can communicate with each other using this innovative and exciting new technology.
Remembering Primo Levi: Thirty Years After
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The founder of the Holocaust Educational Foundation, Mr. Zev Weiss invites applications for the first winter seminar/study trip to Israel to run from December 10-22, 2017. All professors, and graduate students pursuing PhDs in Holocaust-related studies are invited to apply.
Three fully funded PhD studentships are available through “The Future of Holocaust Memory”, a new research network within the White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities (WRoCAH) at the universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York. The studentships are funded by the UK's Arts and Humanities Research Council.
The topics of the three PhD studentships are as follows:
(1) “The Emergence of Holocaust Memory in francophone North Africa and the Middle East” (the student will be based at Leeds and supervised by Max Silverman and Daniel Lee)