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Workshop: The Holocaust in the Borderlands: Interethnic Relations and the Dynamics of Violence in Occupied Eastern Europe

The Holocaust, though initiated by the Third Reich, was by nature a transnational phenomenon: the majority of its victims came from outside Nazi Germany, and its bloodiest sites of genoci

Ninth International Conference on Holocaust Education. Through Our Own Lens: Reflecting on the Holocaust from Generation to Generation

This conference will bring together Holocaust survivors, scholars, educators and artists from three generations.

Collaboration in Eastern Europe during World War II and the Holocaust

Postwar Europe’s grand narratives of the war years focused on the courageous and undeniable resistance movements—the Resistenza, the Résistance, or the Odboj—and the l

Call for Articles: Dapim. Studies on the Holocaust

We are pleased to announce that Dapim - Studies on the Shoah, the journal of the University of Haifa and the Ghetto Fighters House Museum in Israel is now published by Routledge, as part

Meet Auschwitz Survivor. Workshop Training for Educators

Escape to Poland have pleasure to invite you to the second edition of the event organised by Escape2Poland Company and Auschwitz Museum between 22nd and 25th November 

Auschwitz Workshop Training Course for Educators

Between 22nd - 25th November Escape2Poland Company and Auschwitz Museum is organising History Teacher Training on Holocaust and WWII.

Public History of the Holocaust

The digital age presents challenges as well as opportunities for historians and historical collection holders. History thrives through the Internet but is also unsettled by it.

Conference: Ethnic Minorities and Holocaust Memory. A Global Perspective

Holocaust memory undoubtedly constitutes a central component of historical consciousness and political culture in unified Germany, Israel, and the United States.

Sine Ira et Studio? Personal Engagement, Historical Distance and the Study of the Holocaust

In recent decades Holocaust historiography has produced enormous amounts of factual knowledge; however, prevalent disciplinary norms underscore a historicist vision, influencing the choic

Holocaust Conference (CfP)

Coinciding with the meeting of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) [formerly the Task Force for International Cooperation on Holocaust Education, Remembrance, and Rese

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