In this episode, Barbara Warnock, Senior Curator and Head of Education at The Wiener Holocaust Library, and Elise Bath, the Library’s International Tracing Service (ITS) Archive Team Manager, discuss the marginalization and persecution of Roma and Sinti people before and during the Nazi period.
4-year funded PhD Studentship in Early Modern History
Endowed by their Creator: Human Rights and Religion in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Online Workshop, Durham University 23 September 2022
Chilean Film in the GDR and its Afterlife
September 7th 2022 In cooperation with Mr. René Roca, Director of the Research Institute for Direct Democracy and the Gymnasium at the Münsterplatz, together with Former Swiss Ambassador to the United States of America, Mr. Martin Dahinden, this year’s annual outing will take place on Wednesday, September 7 th, 2022 in Basel.
Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Manchester
The Ideologies in National Socialism project aims to create a repository for English-language scholarship on the ideas that defined the Nazi period and our understanding of it.
To mark 2022’s Refugee Week, The Wiener Holocaust Library’s launch of its new Refugee Map and to explore the opportunities and challenges of digital humanities projects to record, analyse, and commemorate the experience of forced migration, we are pleased to host an interdisciplinary, one-day virtual symposium that will examine themes related to the challenges of transnational digital curation and the sustainability of digital humanities resources in a new digital age for
The Goldstein-Goren Diaspora Research Center is pleased to invite you to an online webinar marking the publication of the book:
Israel’s Moment: International Support for and Opposition to Establishing the Jewish State, 1945-1949
By Prof. Jeffrey Herf
Call for Papers: Resistance and Subjectivities in the Digital Public Space
International 2-day conference
KU Leuven (hybrid), 8 - 9 September 2022