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Holocaust Memorial Budapest

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


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. The Seminar is organized by EHRI partners the Center for Holocaust-Studies at the Institute for Contemporary History (Munich) in cooperation with the Polish Center for Holocaust Research (Warsaw) and the Department of Gender Studies of Central European University (Budapest).

EHRI Workshop Borderlands

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


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


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


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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EHRI Job Opportunity for a Research Associate with EHRI Partner King's College London


The Department of Digital Humanities of King's College London is seeking a Research Associate to contribute to the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI), a major EU-funded research infrastructure project. 

The successful candidate for this position will be a researcher with experience in digital approaches to historical research and/or archives. She/he will have excellent written and oral communication skills, and be able to write high quality project deliverables and reports.

EHRI in Italy

2017: A Successful Year for EHRI in Italy


In 2015, the Foundation Jewish Contemporary Documentation Center CDEC in Milan joined the EHRI project and became involved in no less than five key areas: Dissemination and Communication (Work Package 2), Expanding and Keeping (WP3), Coordination with other Research Infrastructures (WP6), Data Identification and Integration (WP9), and Users and Standards (WP11).

Samual Bak Museum

New Branch for the Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum: Samuel Bak Museum Opens in Vilnius


In November 2017, the Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum - EHRI’s partner in Lithuania - opened a new branch devoted to the internationally renowned painter Samuel Bak, born in Vilnius in 1933. It is the first museum in the world devoted solely to the art of this famous Litvak artist.

EHRI Decision Tree for Collection Holding Institutions

EHRI for Collection Holding Institutions: New Webpage Explains How to Integrate Your Data in the EHRI Portal


EHRI just launched a new webpage “EHRI for Collection Holding Institutions” on its project website to facilitate and group all the new methodologies and tools that EHRI has developed in order to integrate descriptions of Holocaust-related sources into the EHRI portal. If you work for an institution that holds Holocaust-related archival materials, in Europe or beyond, you can now become part of the EHRI Portal.

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Your Opinion Matters: Please Fill Out Our Survey on the Impact of Digital Approaches on Research and Archiving


The European Holocaust Research Infrastructure invites you to participate in a web survey aimed at institutions that hold Holocaust-related archival collections. The survey aims to investigate the impact that digital approaches have on research and archiving. In particular, we want to understand the effects that EHRI has on collection holding institutions and archival work practices.

EHRI Document Blog

New EHRI Document Blog: Engaging the Crowd with Holocaust Oral Testimonies


The latest contribution to the EHRI Document Blog was written by Rebecca Dillmeier from USHMM. The post reports on an ongoing crowdsourcing project that addresses the search and discoverability challenges of large oral history collections. The post gives an insight into the experiences and challenges of using crowdsourcing for oral history transcripts to increase access to this rich resource.