ROTH INSTITUTE, TAU - "The Jews of Europe and the Second World War", a Workshop with Prof. Omer Bartov


We would like to invite you to a workshop with Prof. Omer Bartov:

"The Jews of Europe and the Second World War"

The workshop will be held on Sunday, May 25th, 2014,

between 10:00 and 18:30.

at the Gilman Building, Hall 496, Tel-Aviv University.


for more information please see:

TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY ROTH INSTITUTE: Invitation to submit applications


The Lester and Sally Entin Faculty of Humanities

The Roth Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism and Racism

Invite MA and PhD students and postdoctoral scholars at TAU to submit applications to:

The Roth Institute Research Group on Antisemitism and Racism 2014-2015

The group will serve as a forum for research students (MA, PhD), post-doctoral scholars and faculty at Tel Aviv University whose research addresses various spects of racism and antisemitism in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

Materials of Culture & Holocaust

We are preparing research on trending concepts for curating Holocaust materials. Specifically interested in artifacts: acquisition, curation, special exhibitions, athenticity and morality.

Collecting some data and would like to hear back from institutional members  working in museums and academic centers. Of special interest would be mission statements which are reflective of how the Holocaust is treated in your institution, what are the concepts of memory and concerns with authenticity.

Please respond by email, or here.

Gabriel Mayer

Last Call for Applications! Summer Seminar on Nationalism, Religion and Violence (Deadline: May 25, 2014!)

The 2nd Summer Seminar on Nationalism, Religion and Violence (NRVSS 2014) will be organized between June 23 and July 4, 2014 at the Charles University in Prague by Charles University in Prague and International Hellenic University in Thessaloniki, supported by the London School of Economics – LSEE and PRIO. The language of communication will be English.

The Ethics of Witnessing by Rachel Brenner

Northwestern University Press and its Series "Cultural Expressions of World War II" announces the publication of The Ethics of Witnessing by Rachel Brenner.

The Ethics of Witnessing investigates the reactions of five
important Polish diarists-writers—Jarosław Iwaszkiewicz,
Maria Dąbrowska, Aurelia Wyleżyńska, Zofia Nałkowska,
and Stanisław Rembek—during the period when the Nazis
persecuted and murdered Warsaw’s Jewish population.
The responses to the Holocaust of these prominent prewar


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