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26 March in Berlin: Presentation of the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure


The Presentation of the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure takes place at the Leibniz Hall of the Berlin-Brandenburger Academy of Sciences and Humanities. The Leibniz Hall is reached from the historical portal on Markgrafenstraße at Gendarmenmarkt.

On 26 March 2015, the project European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI), will present its results at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, located at the Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin. One of the highlights of the day will be the presentation of the EHRI online portal, that will give access to dispersed Holocaust sources. From then on the portal will be accessible to users around the world.

Workshop on Research at German Memorial Sites and Documentation Centers

October 26-30, 2015 - Washington, DC, USA

Applications due no later than April 13, 2015

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies and the Center for Holocaust Studies at the Institute for Contemporary History in Munich (Zentrum für Holocaust-Studien am Institut für Zeitgeschichte München) are pleased to invite applications for a Workshop on Research at German Memorial Sites and Documentation Centers on the History of National Socialism and the Holocaust. The workshop will take place on October 26–30, 2015 at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC. 

EHRI Fellow Justyna Majewska: Jewish social transformation in the Warsaw ghetto as revealed in personal narratives

Justyna Majewska is an EHRI fellow and a PhD researcher with the Graduate School for Social Research at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland. Her research subject is "The change of the social structure in Nazi ghettos with the example of the Warsaw Ghetto".

EHRI at the Annual Conference of the Association for Digital Humanities in the German-speaking world


The Annual Conference of the Association for Digital Humanities in the German-speaking world (Digital Humanities im deutschsprachigen Raum) took place February 23-28, 2015 in Graz (Austria). 

The theme of the second annual conference was "From Data to Knowledge: Ditigal Humanities as Intermediary between Information and Interpretation" ("Von Daten zu Erkenntnissen: Digitale Geisteswissenschaften als Mittler zwischen Information und Interpretation").

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 Anthony Julius on the subject of 'Contemporary Antisemitism in Europe' on Thursday 26 February 2015 at 6.30pm.

Discussion events will continue to be held over the coming months, bringing together thinkers and professionals to discuss issues of great contemporary concern.

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.