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Anna Ullrich

People in EHRI: Anna Ullrich - Research Assistant at the Center for Holocaust Studies at IfZ Munich and Involved in EHRI's Training and Education

23/04/2018

By the time I reached High School my interest in the history of National Socialism and particularly the history of the Holocaust had already been sparked, thanks to engaged teachers, study trips to memorial sites and meeting survivors. There was no doubt that this would also become a focal point of my study once I became a student in history, political and media science at the University of Trier in 2006. My master thesis focused on the Zionist newspaper "Jüdische Rundschau" and its news coverage during the first years of National Socialism. Shortly afterwards, in 2012, I was admitted to the Leibniz Graduate School "Disappointment during the 20th century. Loss of utopia, denial, renegotiation", hosted by the Institute for Contemporary History (IfZ) and the Ludwig-Maximilians University, both located in Munich.

Resonance

EHRI and MediaLAB: Resonance Project

23/04/2018

In 2017, the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI) embarked on a special mission: To find out how to reach out to a broader audience than our current one.

Although EHRI is in principle open to everyone, it is probably true that most of our resources and activities are more geared towards a professional crowd of researchers, archivists, information and cultural heritage specialists and digital humanists. This goes for the EHRI Portal that gives access to Holocaust-related sources, but perhaps even more for the EHRI workshops, seminars and fellowships. The EHRI Document Blog is one way of trying to connect to a wider audience.

However the Holocaust and its lessons is a subject that touches society as a whole. EHRI therefore would like to translate some of what it has to offer to communities outside of academia. Of course in an indirect way, EHRI already reaches more people than just its core users. After all, the professionals who use our infrastructure often disseminate their research findings widely, by writing books or blog posts, through films or exhibitions.

EHRI workshop

Apply for an EHRI/Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe Workshop: Jewish Heritage Records and Digital Humanities

17/04/2018

4-5 September 2018 I Location: King’s College London

Building on successful past collaborations, the Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe (RFHE) and the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI) are pleased to announce their joint 2018 Digital Humanities Interdisciplinary Methods Workshop on Jewish Heritage Records and Digital Humanities. The workshop, which will take place on 4-5 September 2018 at King’s College London in the Department of Digital Humanities, aims to expose early career scholars and heritage professionals to a range of digital techniques that might be applied both within the field of academic Jewish Studies and within memory institutions managing Jewish heritage records. The workshop will introduce participants to digital tools and methods that may help them to structure, present and gain insights from their data.

Kindertransport

New EHRI Blog: Cooperation of Rescue Organisations in Vienna: An Eyewitness Report

17/04/2018

In the latest EHRI-Document Blog post, Micha Knoester, MA Student Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Uppsala University, analyses an eyewitness report about the Kindertransport that left from Vienna in 1938. The report is from The Wiener Library archives.

ITS Document

Call for Proposals EHRI Workshop at ITS: Person-Related Records beyond the Personal Documents

10/04/2018

Person-Related Records beyond the Personal Documents as Primary Sources with Potential for Holocaust Research

Call for proposals for an International Workshop within the Framework of the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI), supported by the European Commission

November, 19-21 2018 (subject to reaction on CfP) 

Location: International Tracing Service, Bad Arolsen, Germany

 

Yad Vashem

Call for Applications for an EHRI Seminar at Yad Vashem: Holocaust Testimonies in the Digital Age

27/03/2018

From the Living Room to the World-Wide Web: Documenting, Uploading and Utilizing Holocaust Testimonies in the Digital Age

Call for Applications I 11-15 November 2018 I Location: Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, Israel

We would like to invite those working in archives and those working with Holocaust Testimonies (survivor, rescuer, bystander as well as perpetrator testimonies) to submit their applications for the international EHRI seminar: From the Living Room to the World-Wide Web: Documenting, Uploading and Utilizing Holocaust Testimonies in the Digital Age to be held at Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, 11-15 November 2018.

Budapest

Call for Applications for an EHRI Seminar in Budapest: Researching and Remembering the Holocaust in Central Europe

22/03/2018

3-7 September 2018. Location: Central European University, Budapest

Deadline for Applications: 15 May 2018

We invite applications for the international EHRI-Seminar Researching and Remembering the Holocaust in Central Europe – New Sources, Methods and Approaches, held in Budapest, Hungary, from 3rd until 7th September 2018.

EHRI Workshop Borderlands

EHRI Workshop in Bucharest on Borderlands: "Borders Are Imaginary."

13/03/2018

The Elie Wiesel Institute for the Study of Holocaust in Romania (INSHR-EW) recently organized the "Borderlands: Archives, Research and Education" workshop (programme) in the framework of European Holocaust Research Infrastructure project.

Letter by: Nyura (Anna) Rabinovich

Apply Now for the Interactive EHRI Online Course in Holocaust Studies

05/03/2018

Deadline for applications: 31 May 2018

The EHRI (European Holocaust Research Infrastructure) Project offers places in an interactive Online Course on “The Holocaust through the Perspective of Primary Sources” designed by EHRI-Partner Yad Vashem. Two rounds of the course are scheduled to take place in the coming months. With original documents and interviews with leading historians, it offers a comprehensive insight into various primary sources essential for Holocaust research.

The Wiener Library

Job Opening at the Wiener Library: Reader Services Librarian

22/02/2018

EHRI partner The Wiener Library, based in London, is seeking a proactive Reader Services Librarian to join the Collections Team. For someone with an interest in User Experience (UX) this is an exciting opportunity to positively change the way the reading room operations support access to Britain’s foremost collection regarding the Holocaust, its causes and consequences.

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