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CONFERENCE: "Sites of Transit in Europe from WW2 to the Present. History, Spaces, Memories" (Carpi, Italy, October 3-6, 2018)

The conference "Sites of Transit in Europe from WW2 to the Present. History, Spaces, Memories" is organized by Fondazione Fossoli and will take place in Carpi (Italy) from October 3 to 6. Thirty scholars will discuss their research works on the topics of the conference. Keynote speakers will be Renée Poznanski (October 3) and Liliana Segre (October 4).  Renée Poznanski will discuss her book, written with Denis Peschanski and Bénoît Pouvreau "Drancy. Un camp en France" (Paris, Fayard, 2015). Liliana Segre is Senator for Life of the Italian Republic.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum - 2019 Jack and Anita Hess Faculty Seminar

DISABILITY, EUGENICS, AND GENOCIDE: NAZI GERMANY, ITS ANTECEDENTS AND LEGACY, co-taught by Drs. Karen Nakamura and Patricia Heberer Rice

JANUARY 7–11, 2019

Applications due Friday, November 2, 2018

 

SEMINAR: Introduction to the Study of the Italian Race Laws (1938)

Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò, 24 West 12th Street

October 22 at 6:30 PM: The Anti-Jewish Legislation of Fascist Italy 1938-1943 

October 24 at 6:30 PM: The Content of the Law.

October 26 at 2:00 PM: The Persecution of the Jews in Italy (1943-1945).

Michele Sarfatti (Center for Contemporary Jewish Documentation in Milan and member of the Italian delegation of IHRA). Introduced by Ruth Ben Ghiat (NYU) and David Forgac (NYU).

SEMINAR: Introduction to the Study of the Italian Race Laws (1938)

Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò, 24 West 12th Street. Information: www.primolevicenter.org

October 22 at 6:30 PM: The Anti-Jewish Legislation of Fascist Italy 1938-1943 

October 24 at 6:30 PM: The Content of the Law.

October 26 at 2:00 PM: The Persecution of the Jews in Italy (1943-1945).

Michele Sarfatti (Center for Contemporary Jewish Documentation in Milan and member of the Italian delegation of IHRA). Introduced by Ruth Ben Ghiat (NYU) and David Forgac (NYU).

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