CONFERENCE: Jewish Identity, the Holocaust, and Anti-Racist Struggles since 1945 (Senate House, University of London, 15-16 October 2018)

We are delighted to welcome attendees to our forthcoming conference. There is no registration fee, but please email Claire Wilkins (C.L.Wilkins@soton.ac.uk) by 11 October to register your attendance.

 

 

DAY ONE – Monday 15 October 2018

Conference: Jewish Identity, the Holocaust, and Anti-Racist Struggles since 1945 (Senate House, University of London, 15-16 October 2018)

We are delighted to welcome attendees to our forthcoming conference. There is no registration fee, but please contact Claire Wilkins (C.L.Wilkins@soton.ac.uk) by 11 October 2018 to register your attendance.

 

DAY ONE – Monday 15 October 2018

 

 

Jewish Identity, the Holocaust, and Anti-Racist Struggles since 1945 (Senate House, University of London, 15-16 October 2018)

We are delighted to welcome attendees to our forthcoming conference. There is no registration fee, but please email Claire Wilkins (C.L.Wilkins@soton.ac.uk) by 11 October to register your attendance.

 

 

DAY ONE – Monday 15 October 2018

NEW BOOK: Disliking Others: Loathing, Hostility, and Distrust in Premodern Ottoman Lands, ed. Hakan T. Karateke et al.

Academic Studies Press is pleased to announce the publication of Disliking Others: Loathing, Hostility, and Distrust in Premodern Ottoman Lands, edited by Hakan T. Karateke, H. Erdem Çıpa and Helga Anetshofer.

Series: Ottoman & Turkish Studies
September 2018 | 339 pp.; 16 illus.
9781618118806 | $109.00 | CL

A New Digital Teaching Tool Examines American Democracy during the Second World War

The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has introduced a new digital teaching tool for the college classroom: Experiencing History offers students and teachers an innovative platform for accessing original materials on a wide variety of themes of topics. As part of a broader effort to examine American responses to the Holocaust, we've recently created two source collections dealing with issues central to American democracy in the 1930s and 1940s.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - racism