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Aktuelle Veranstaltungen und Calls

11. November 2019 08:00 - 12. Januar 2020 23:59
FellowshipsCall for Fellowships 2020/21
Fellowships 2020/2021 at the Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies (VWI) The Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies (VWI) invites applications for its fellowships for the academic year 2020/2021. The VWI is an academic institution dedicated to the re...Weiterlesen...
11. November 2019 08:00 - 13. Dezember 2019 23:59
CfP - Simon Wiesenthal ConferenceCall for Papers, Simon Wiesenthal Conference 2020: Ethnicising Europe. Hate and Violence in Post-Versailles Europe
Keynote Address: Tara Zahra (The University of Chicago) The collapse of the Central, Eastern and South Eastern European empires and the ensuing peace treaties following the First World War produced more than just new borders and new nation states. It also marked a new world order bas...Weiterlesen...
13. November 2019 15:00
VWI invites/goes to...Paula Oppermann: Violence as Communication? Latvian Fascists’ Attacks on Jews in the 1930s
VWI invites the Institute of Culture Studies and Theatre History (IKT) In the last decades, scholarly research on Second World War and the Holocaust has turned towards Eastern Europe. However, it often tends to neglect the political developments in this region preceding the German oc...Weiterlesen...
21. November 2019 18:30
Simon Wiesenthal LectureNanci Adler: The Future of the Stalinist Past
What are the prospects for reconciliation when the state denies, ignores, or co-opts a history of repression? Thirty years after the end of a dictatorship that claimed millions of victims, aside from symbolic reparations, the post-Soviet government(s) have implemented little of the in...Weiterlesen...

Beiträge des VWI zur Holocaustforschung


Band 7Band 7Peter Black/Béla Rásky/Marianne Windsperger (ed.) 


Collaboration in Eastern Europe during the Second World War and the Holocaust   


Wien/Hamburg 2019

Band 6Band 6Raul Cârstocea/Éva Kovács (Hg.) 


Modern Antisemitisms in the Peripheries   

Europe and its Colonies 1880-1945 


Wien 2019

Band 5Band 5Zuzanna Dziuban (Ed.) 


Mapping the ‚Forensic Turn‘  

Engagements with Materialities of Mass Death in Holocaust Studies and Beyond 


Wien 2017

Band 4Band 4Johanna Gehmacher/Klara Löffler (Hg.) 


Storylines and Blackboxes  

Autobiografie und Zeugenschaft in der Nachgeschichte von Nationalsozialismus und
Zweitem Weltkrieg 


Wien 2017


Band 3Band 3Regina Fritz/Grzegorz Rossoliński-Liebe/Jana Starek (Hg.) 


Alma Mater Antisemitica  

Akademisches Milieu, Juden und Antisemitismus an den
Universitäten Europas zwischen 1918 und 1939 

Alma Mater Antisemitica 

Academic Milieu, Jews and Antisemitism at European
Universities between 1918 and 1939 


Wien 2016

Band 2Band 2Regina Fritz/Éva Kovács/Béla Rásky (Hg.) 


Als der Holocaust noch keinen Namen hatte.
Zur frühen Aufarbeitung des NS-Mordes an Jüdinnen und Juden

Before the Holocaust Had Its Name.
Early Confrontations of the Nazi Mass Murder of the Jews


Wien 2016

Band 1Band 1Béla Rásky/Verena Pawlowsky (Hg.)


Partituren der Erinnerung. 
Der Holocaust in der Musik

Scores of Commemoration. 
The Holocaust in Music


Wien 2015


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