January 11th, 2018, American University of Paris, 6 rue du colonel Combes, Paris
9h00: Arrival and registration
9h30-9h40: Opening, Brian Schiff, Constance Pâris de Bollardière (American University of Paris)
9h40-10h00: Isabelle Backouche (EHESS), Sarah Gensburger (CNRS), Eric Le Bourhis (FMS) :
"From an ongoing research on the Paris case to the international conference"
10h00-10h30: Keynote : Shannon Fogg (Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla)
Panel 1. Seizure of "Jewish Homes": Between Individual Agency and Public Policies
Chair and discussant: Claire Andrieu (Sciences Po Paris)
10h50: Teresa Walch (University of California, San Diego)
"Exterminating “Judeo-Bolshevism” from the cityscape: Berlin’s Bülowplatz and the Scheunenviertel"
11h20: Kostis Kornetis (Carlos III University, Madrid)
"Looting as a social praxis: Aspects of the spoliation and ruination of Jewish houses in 1943 Salonica"
11h50: Nadège Ragaru (Sciences Po Paris)
"The Liquidation of Jewish Properties as Legitimacy Building Strategy. A Case Study of Bitola under Bulgarian Occupation (1943)"
12h20-13h00: panel discussion
Panel 2. Home as a Scale of Observation of Jewish/Gentiles Social Relations
Chair and discussant (to confirm)
14h30: István Pál Ádám (CEFRES, Prague)
"Budapest concierges as everyday profiteers of the Hungarian Holocaust"
15h00: Nathalie Moine (CNRS, Paris)
"The Maids. Servants and masters facing the hunting for Jews: Paris, Lyon, Grenoble (1939-1945)"
15h30: Annette Finley-Croswhite (Old Dominion University Norfolk)
"Spatial Experience of the Shoah on the Rue Sainte-Isaure, Paris"
16h00: Geraldien von Frijtag Drabbe Künzel (University of Utrecht), Valeria Galimi (University of Milan)
"Microcosms of the Holocaust: Jewish-Gentile relations in the in the Modern Metropoles of Nazi Occupied Europe"
16h00-16h40: panel discussion
January 12th, 2018, Mémorial de la Shoah, auditorium, 17 rue Geoffroy l’Asnier, Paris
Panel 3. Returning Home, Refunding Societies in the Aftermath of the War?
Chair and discussant: Laura Hobson-Faure (Paris 3 University)
9h30: Monika Stępień (University of Warsaw)
"Neighbours of the Polish Jews in the aftermath of the Holocaust as depicted in Jewish personal accounts"
10h00: Victoria Khiterer (Millersville University)
"Unwelcome Return Home: Jews, anti-Semitism and the Housing Problem in Post-war Kiev"
10h30: Hilary Handin (University of New York)
" "France for the French”: Anti-Semitic Housing Protests in Paris, 1944-1945"
11h00: Philip Carabott (King’s College London)
"In search of old and new homes: The case of Salonican survivors of the Shoah"
11h30: panel discussion
12H10: Concluding remarks by Karen Adler (University of Nottingham)