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WEBINAR: Digital Holocaust Archives - An Online Discussion

Announcing our next free webinar, to be held on Thursday 1st October 3-5pm British Summer Time. This month's topic is Digital Holocaust Archives with speakers from NIOD/ EHRI, Arolsen Archives, Wiener Library, terraforming.org and the University of Cambridge. 

Register here: https://digitalholocaustmemory.wordpress.com/digital-holocaust-archives-online-discussion/


CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: Registration open for online International Conference on Genocide

We are happy to announce that the website of the 7th Global Conference on Genocide of INoGS, which will take place fully online over two Saturdays from 26 September and 3 October, is now open: https://commons.erau.edu/genocide-conference/

CALL FOR APPLICANTS: USHMM Faculty Seminar: LGBTQ+ Histories of the Holocaust

The 2021 Jack and Anita Hess Faculty Seminar focuses on the history of LGBTQ+ people during the Holocaust, as well as the continued relevance of this history to understanding the discrimination that queer and trans people face today. The seminar will explore how the Nazi state persecuted, incarcerated, and interned men in concentration camps for the supposed crime of consensual sex with other men under §175 of the criminal code, with at least 5,000 perishing at the hands of Nazi state agents.

VIRTUAL CONVERSATION: with Prof. Deborah Lipstadt 23.9.20


The Holocaust Studies Progam of  Western Galilee College, Akko, Israel is honored to host
Prof. Deborah Lipstadt, Emory University
for a virtual conversation on
Holocaust Denial: Antisemitism by an Other Name is still Antisemitism  
With Dr. Roni Mikel Arieli
The event will take place on Zoom
Wednesday, September 23 , 2020, 19:00-20:30 Israel Time,

2021 Fellowships at the Center for Holocaust Studies at the Leibniz Institute for Contemporary History

The Center for Holocaust Studies at the Leibniz Institute for Contemporary History will be offering grants for research stays at the Center in Munich during 2021.

The fellowships are designed to support and foster international Holocaust research. The program is aimed at established as well as younger researchers. As we are interested in a high degree of international cooperation, applications from Germany, Europe as well as from all over the world are welcome. A topic within the field of Holocaust Studies is required in order to be eligible for one of the fellowships.