Public Lecture: Remapping Death and Survival Shifting Geographies and Definitions

Seventy years after the end of World War II the definition of Holocaust “survivor” remains contested and confused; our conventional narrative and iconography still does not include

Shoah Memorial Conference on “Building up a Regional Network of Educational Policy-Makers”

A conference on “Building up a Regional Network of Educational Policy-Makers” will be held at the Shoah Memorial in Paris on 6-7 November 2014.

Training "Cultures of remembering"

An international training dealing with the topic of European Jewish history of the 20th century and commemoration today in Germany, Poland, Ukraine and Israel. 

International Colloquium: Bystanders, Rescuers or perpetrators? The neutral countries and the Shoah

The primary aim of this colloquium is to foster a productive exchange between scholars, educators, multipliers and establish a basis for the development of international research and Holo

Internationale Multiplikator/innenfortbildung: Wege der Geschichtsvermittlung an historischen Orten

Wege der Geschichtsvermittlung an historischen Orten neu gedacht aus der Perspektive der „Neue Bildung / Education nouvelle“.

Memory in the Digital Age. Bergen-Belsen International Summer School 2014

Today, visual and digital media and technologies have gained in importance to such an extent that curators and educational staff at historical museums and exhibitions on Europe's Nazi pas

Third Edition Auschwitz Teachers Training

Escape2Poland in cooperation with the Auschwitz Museum are currently accepting applications teachers and other professionals for the Third Edition of Auschwitz Teachers Training, which is to take p

Simon Wiesenthal Conference 2014: The Holocaust on TV: from the beginnings to now

In the late 1970s, the US miniseries Holocaust shook TV audiences in the United States, in Western Europe and in Israel.

History, Memory and European Identity

The 10th annual conference of the History of European Integration Research Society (HEIRS) will take place at Maastricht University (NL) from 5-6 June 2014.

New Research on Roma and the Holocaust

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies invites applications for a workshop, New Research on Roma and the Holocaust, scheduled for September 15-18,

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