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The Wiener Library: 2015 Lecture Series: The New Jewish Question? The Holocaust, Israel, Antisemitism


EHRI partner, The Wiener Library is delighted to announce that a new series of public talks and lectures will begin this month with a conversation between Professor Deborah Lipstadt and Anthon

People in EHRI: László Csősz

Member of EHRI Work Packages WP2 Trans-institutional Research Guides, WP 6 Development of Interdisciplinary Methodologies, and WP8 Publicity and Dissemination

Through the dual perspectives of Holocaust scholar and archivist, I consider the launch of EHRI a landmark event for Holocaust and genocide scholarship in Eastern Europe. Therefore it has been an honour to take a share in this massive undertaking. Back in 2009, when Project Director Conny Kristel approached us to join the EHRI consortium, I was serving as Head of Collections at the Holocaust Memorial Center (HMC). In the summer of 2014, I left HMC to take the position of Senior Archivist at the Hungarian National Archives, which became a cooperating partner and currently virtually hosts the small research team on Hungary.

One Week To Go To Apply For "At the Source"


The National Library of Israel together with the Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe is pleased to announce the launch of At the Source a new training and development programme at the National Library of Israel (NLI) for archive and library professionals working with Jewish documentary heritage across Europe.

All JDC Records from Post-World War II Period Digitized


The JDC (American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee) Archives has announced the completion of a major effort to catalogue, microfilm and digitize all of its post-Holocaust era collections, 1945-1954. The culmination of a six-year effort, this project is part of an ongoing plan to make historically significant documents available to scholars, genealogists and the general public. This material is searchable on the JDC Archives website. Online finding aids provide information on the contents of these collections and enable users to identify materials of interest to their research.

Archival traces of Jewish history and the Holocaust in the Czech Republic


Combined workshop EHRI, Yerusha and 'Frontier of Memory' project

30-31 March, 2015, Jewish Museum in Prague

The workshop aims to recapitulate and evaluate the state of archival documentation of Jewish history and of the Holocaust in the Czech Republic and to discuss the cooperation and synergies with the ongoing international projects.

EHRI Community Hub moves to the EHRI Portal


The aim of the EHRI Community Hub is to offer the archival and research communities interested in the Holocaust the opportunity to virtually collaborate with each other, and to get more tightly involved in the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI).

At the moment the EHRI Community Hub is transferred from the EHRI website to the EHRI Portal and Virtual Research Environment, that will be launched in March 2015. Therefore it is temporarily impossible to login or register.