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EHRI Blog | More Watching, Less Searching: Repurposing Fortunoff Archive Metadata for Visual Searching

01/09/2020

The latest EHRI blogpost describes the process of building a Visual Search tool by the Fortunoff Video Archive For Holocaust Testimonies and the Yale Digital Humanities Lab (DHLab) in order to provide a simple overview of the Fortunoff Archive’s collection.

YV Call for Proposals

Call for Proposals | Using Holocaust Documents Online: The Changing Relationship Between Archivist and User

26/08/2020

23-24 November 2020 | Yad Vashem, Jerusalem

EHRI partner Yad Vashem would like to invite you to participate in a virtual international workshop on the Changing Relationship between the Archivist and the User, organized by Yad Vashem – the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, with the support and cooperation of EVZ – the Foundation "Remembrance, Responsibility and Future", on 23-24 November 2020.

IfZ fellowship call

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

19/08/2020

EHRI partner since 2010, the German 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.

European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards

Call for Entries | European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards 2021

06/08/2020

The European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards 2021 are open for submissions. Now is the chance for Europe’s most inspiring architects, craftsmen, cultural heritage experts, professionals, volunteers, public and private institutions, and local communities to be recognised for their achievements!

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Call for Articles | The Holocaust in Public Space: Articulations, Abuses, Interceptions

03/08/2020

Deadline for Proposals: 15 September 2020

EHRI partner, the Polish Center for Holocaust Research call for articles for volume 17 of the Holocaust. Studies and Materials annual (2021), devoted to various forms of the Holocaust’s presence in public space. This means not only the Holocaust history or ways of its commemoration, but also its ideologization and instrumentalization for political purposes, as well as broadly-defined representations of the Holocaust experience in art, film, and literature, the exhibition strategies in museums and commemorative practices in public space, and, last but not least, the Holocaust’s presence in the new media, chiefly on the Internet (both educational websites, websites of official research or museum institutions, social media, and initiatives undertaken by private individuals and social organizations).

Claims Conference University Grant

Call | Claims Conference University Partnership Program in Holocaust Studies

30/07/2020

Application deadline: November 9, 2020

The Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (The Claims Conference) provides grant funds to European universities for the purposes of teaching Holocaust courses for one year and is currently seeking universities that are interested in creating a partnership for the 2021-2022 academic year.

New Release of the Internet Warsaw Ghetto and 'Aryan Side' Database

29/07/2020

EHRI partner the Polish Center for Holocaust Research in Warsaw, has relaunched the thoroughly improved Internet Database of the Warsaw Ghetto and ‘Aryan’ Side, supplemented with a few dozen thousand new records and an interactive map and an atlas of the ghetto.

Wiener Library exhibition

The Wiener Holocaust Library’s New Exhibition - Jewish Resistance to the Holocaust

28/07/2020

On August 6, EHRI partner, The Wiener Holocaust Library will reopen its doors for a new exhibition, Jewish Resistance to the Holocaust. Entry is free, but due to COVID-19, opening hours are reduced to Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11am-3pm and only those who have pre-booked a viewing slot will gain access to the building.

Watch a preview of the exhibition in this short video.

digital humanities

Digital Humanities Fellowship at Smithsonian | United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

16/07/2020

The Smithsonian Institution Data Science Lab seeks a graduate student or postdoctoral Fellow to work with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to lead a project to improve the discoverability of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum digitized collections with the use of machine learning tools.

Appointment is initially for one year, with the possibility for renewal based on performance. Due to COVID-19 restrictions,applicants are not required to relocate to the Washington, DC area.

EHRI fellows worldwide

The New Conny Kristel Fellowship Programme: Building Communities of Knowledge

02/07/2020

In the autumn of 2020, EHRI will publish a new call for its Conny Kristel Fellowship Programme.

The Conny Kristel Fellowships (formerly EHRI Fellowships) provide scholarly and trans-national access to high-level research infrastructures within the EHRI consortium. In the past project phase, EHRI awarded fellowships at fifteen of its partner institutions to a total of 145 successful applicants, who came from all over the world.

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