H-Holocaust exists so scholars of the Holocaust / Shoah can communicate with each other using this innovative and exciting new technology.

INVITATION: Virtual screening of two rare historic archival films produced by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

A Tale of Two Worlds (1941) is a promotional film outlining JDCs response to the Nazi advance in Europe, showing aid to refugees around the world. Spanning the globe through eye-witness accounts, the film addresses the situation of Jews across Europe including Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia, France, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Poland, Lithuania, and Portugal, as well as in Palestine, Shanghai, and Latin America, while highlighting JDC's work in partnership with other agencies.

CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS (Reminder): Narrating Violence: Making Race, Making a Difference

University of Turku (Finland) and The George and Irina Schaeffer Center for the Study of Genocide, Human Rights, and Conflict Prevention at The American University of Paris (France)

15–17 March 2021 in Turku
29–31 March 2021 in Paris

Tenure-track position in Holocaust Studies, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Tenure-Track Position: The Holocaust and its Aftermath with teaching and research experience in topics pertaining to the 20th Century Jewish World

The Faculty of Jewish Studies and the Israel and Golda Koschitzky Department of Jewish History and Contemporary Jewry at Bar-Ilan University invites applications for a tenure track position in the field of the Holocaust and its Aftermath with an additional field of specialization pertaining to the 20th century Jewish world.

Employment Opportunity - Penn State University

The Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights Education Initiative at The Penn State University seeks candidates for a full-time Education Program Specialist with a desired February 1, 2021 start date. The program specialist is a key member of this innovative, multidisciplinary effort to provide K-12 educators in Pennsylvania and other locations with the instructional material, support, and professional development (PD) they need to effectively teach difficult topics such as the Holocaust, bigotry, and trauma.