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Reopening on 8 February

 

From 8 February 2021, the VWI's archive and library are accessible again. Registration via telephone or e-mail is required since the reading room allows only one person at the same time.

The museum can be accessed by a maximum of two people at the same time. In all cases a FFP2-mask is mandatory and also the minimum distance of two metres has to be guaranteed.

The institute can be reached by telephone from Monday to Friday 10:00-16:00: +43-1-890-15-14

Latest Events and Calls

07. March 2021 08:00 - 15. March 2021 23:59
FellowshipsConny Kristel Fellowship Programme 2021
By facilitating international access to an unprecedented range of key archives and collections related to the Holocaust as well as archival and digital humanities expertise, the EHRI Conny Kristel Fellowships support and stimulate Holocaust research conducted by researchers, archivist...Weiterlesen...
07. March 2021 12:00 - 15. March 2021 23:59
ChancenDigital Heritage Management Specialist
(English version below) Das Wiener Wiesenthal Institut für Holocaust-Studien (VWI) schreibt zum ehest möglichen Zeitpunkt eine Stelle als “Digital Heritage Management Specialist” aus   Arbeitsbeschreibung Das Wiener Wiesenthal Institut für Holocaust-Studien (VWI) schreibt ei...Weiterlesen...
24. March 2021 15:00
VWI invites/goes to...Anna Menyhért: Trauma in the Digital Age. The Representation, Transmission, and Processing of Trauma on Social Media
VWI goes to the Academy of Fine Arts Since the 2000s, social media networks have introduced major changes in the way people are regularly exposed to content related to the traumatic experiences of others (wars, catastrophes, individual disasters, violence, and rape). Social media pro...Weiterlesen...
25. March 2021 12:00
VWI invites/goes to...Maayan Armelin: Leadership Styles And Social Relations in the SS-Einsatzgruppen
VWI goes to the University of Vienna Mass executions across the Nazi-occupied Soviet Union marked the first stage of systematic annihilation during the Holocaust. The SS-Einsatzgruppen, mobile paramilitary units, murdered over a million and a half civilians, shooting them on the marg...Weiterlesen...

Michala Lônčíková

Ernst Mach Grant Recipients (02/2019–07/2019)

 

Antisemitic Propaganda during the Second World War. The Case of the Slovak State and the Independent State of Croatia

 

LoncikovaMichala Lônčíková’s dissertation focuses on antisemitic propaganda in two former Nazi satellites, the Slovak State and the Independent State of Croatia.

 

The two selected countries provide an ideal comparative model for analysing the representation of Jews as an enemy of national regime. During the interwar period, both Slovaks and Croats struggled for autonomy within a multinational state and later created a national state under the umbrella of Nazi Germany. Both political regimes eliminated their potential political and ideological opposition, took control over the mass media, and established a totalitarian political system. Finally, their ruling regimes rested upon similar ideological pillars: Christianity and nationalism. This project contextualises the relationship of antisemitism to political power in the Slovak and Croat Nazi satellite states through an analysis of textual and visual media campaigns, taking into account the diverse perceptions of Jewish communities among the majority societies.

 

Michala Lônčíková, holds MA degree in History from the Comenius University in Bratislava and since 2012 she has been a PhD. Candidate at the Department of General History at the Faculty of Arts there. She participated in the international comparative project on Post-WWII Antisemitic Pogroms in East and East Central Europe: Collective Violence and Popular Culture, funded by the Gerda Henkel Stiftung. Currently she is a historian at the Holocaust Documentation Center in Bratislava and as such she is also a contributor to the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI) project.

 

Michala Lônčíková will be working at the institute as a recipient of the Ernst Mach-Grant of the Aktion Österreich-Slowakei.

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