CALL FOR ARTICLES: 2016 Prize Competition $1000 - Dapim – Studies on the Holocaust

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Dapim – Studies on the Holocaust

2016 Article Prize Competition

Dapim - Studies on the Holocaust, is a peer-reviewed bilingual (English and Hebrew) 

academic journal devoted to interdisciplinary study of the Holocaust, its origins and aftermath.

The editors invite the submission of original articles in all areas of Holocaust Studies, including:

• Nazi policies against the Jews and other racial and genocidal programs

• Jewish responses to Nazism (in and outside of Europe)

• Racism

• Nazi propaganda

• Ghettos and camps

• European collaboration

• War crimes trials

• Survivor testimony

• Commemoration and Museology

• World War II and its aftermath

• Holocaust literature, drama, film, art, etc.

All approaches and methodologies are welcome.

The prize of $ 1000 (U.S. dollars) will be awarded to the best article as selected by a panel of judges. All submissions will be considered for publication through our peer-review editorial process. The competition is open to graduate students as well as established scholars.

We welcome submissions of 7,000-10,000 words (including footnotes) written in English and formatted according to the Chicago Manual of Style.

Manuscripts should be sent to the editorial office at dapim_h@univ.haifa.ac.il

To be considered for the prize all submissions should be received by the end of December 2016.

Editors: Kobi Kabalek, Wendy Lower, Gavriel Rosenfeld

Deputy Editor: Michal Aharony

Editorial board: Arieh Kochavi (Chair), Ilya Altman, Alon Confino, 

Hasia Diner, Yoav Gelber, Amos Goldberg, Susanne Heim, Joanna Michlic, 

Dieter Pohl, Renee Poznanski, Alvin Rosenfeld, Hanna Yablonka

For more information about Dapim and to view previous issues of the journal click here:

http://explore.tandfonline.com/page/ah/dapim-studies-on-the-holocaust-article-prize

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Michal Aharony, PhD
Deputy editor, Dapim journal: Studies on the Holocaust
The Strochlitz Institute of Holocaust Studies
University of Haifa
michalaharony@gmail.com