The summer school Cultural Trauma: Holocaust and Genocides in the East (Lesvos, Greece, 20-25 August), explores three cases of genocides/cultural traumas, each one of them strongly related to the religion of the persecuted ethnic groups: the Yazidi of northern Iraq, the Jewish community of Thessaloniki, and the Pontic Greek community of Asia Minor. To this effect the summer school is bringing together key members of the three persecuted communities to present their cases and to reflect on the ways their respected communities have dealt with the traumatic experience.
Studia Politica. Romanian Political Science Review publishes high quality, peer reviewed articles in all major areas of political science including political theory, comparative politics, political sociology, public policy, international relations and global studies. Founded in 2001 and focusing particularly on Central Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, it welcomes contributions on a wide range of geographical areas and topics that aim to advance the field through both theoretical and empirical innovative studies.
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A Modern History of Politics and Violence is a book series that scrutinises the variegated hi
AICE would like to invite scholars to contribute articles related to all aspects of Jewish/Israeli history to the Jewish Virtual Library (www.JewishVirtualLibrary.org). The JVL is one of the most comprehensive and popular online resources to learn about Jewish history, politics and culture with approximately 25,000 entries that reach 500,000 users from more than 200 countries each month.
INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP: GLOBALIZING FRENCH JEWISH POLITICS
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The Jewish population of Austria in 1938 totaled some 192,000, which represented almost four percent of the population. The majority lived in the capital city of Vienna and comprised about nine percent of its residents. After Germany annexed Austria in March 1938, finding safety abroad was no easy task, and the United States was no exception.