Veranstaltungen

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

19th Workshop on History and Memory of National Socialist Concentration Camps: „Stigmatisation – Marginalisation – Persecution“

The Workshop on History and Memory of National Socialist Concentration Camps is taking place annually since 1994.

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

Conference/CfP: National Socialism and Regional Identity in Eastern Europe. Ideology, Expansion of Power, Persistence

This international and interdisciplinary conference aims to examine the strategies of National Socialist non-military exertion of influence and expansion of power in Eastern Europe.

Conference “Digital Testimonies on War and Trauma”

To mark the completion of the video-life stories project Croatian Memories (CroMe) created in cooperation with the Croatian NGO 

Conference: Why does the racial and genetic discourse on the Jewish people re-emerge in the 21st Century?

In the early 21st century, we witness a re-emergence of discourses on Jews as a race in both the social sciences and in the fields of medicine and genetics.

CFP: One Hundred Years After 1914

International Conference on the Occasion of the First Centennial of the Beginning of the First World War.

Learning Memory Culture. Concepts and Methods for Historical Learning in Memorials and Museums

How can we approach historical remembrance? This question lies at the heart of the three‐year, EU‐funded project TeacMem, which involves partners from Denmark, Germany and Norway.

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