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Since 3 May 2021, the archive and library have been reopened to visitors with strict hygiene measures. Appointments are necessary. The museum is also open to the public again (max. three persons at the same time).

Publications

 

The scholarly publications of the Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies (VWI) currently encompass two book series and an e-journal. While the VWI Conference Proceedings publish presentations from individual meetings, conferences, and workshops of the VWI following a scholarly and editorial supervision and/or a peer-review process, the VWI Monographs are dedicated to specific themes and questions from among the research areas of the institute. S: I.M.O.N. - Shoah: Intervention. Methods. Documentation. is the bi-annual e-journal of the VWI.

 

The news bulletin VWI im Fokus, published both electronically and in printed form, reports annually on the most important activities of the institute, while the downloadable activity report summarises the work of the VWI over each calendar year.

VWI-Monographies

 

Volume 5Wassili Grossman

 

Die Hölle von Treblinka

 

Wien 2020

 

Reviews

Tabels of content

Volume 4Georg Wieser [Otto Leichter]

 

Ein Staat stirbt
Österreich 1934-38

 

Wien 2018

 

Reviews

Abstract

Volume 3Franz J. Gangelmayer, Gottfried Pirhofer, Siegfried Mattl

 

Wien in der nationalsozialistischen Ordnung des Raums
Lücken in der Wien-Erzählung

 

Wien 2018

 

Tabels of content

Volume 2Georges Didi-Huberman

 

Aus dem Dunkel heraus
Brief an László Nemes

 

Wien 2017 

 

Abstract

Volume 1Eleonore Lappin-Eppel, Katharina und Johann Soukup (Hg.)

 

„ ... zu lesen, wenn alles vorüber ist“
Rita Maria Rockenbauer, Briefe 1938 –1942

 

Wien 2014 

 

Tabels of content

VWI-Conference Proceedings

 

Vol. 8Judith Keilbach/Béla Rásky/Jana Starek (ed.) 

 

Völkermord zur Primetime   

Der Holocaust im Fernsehen 

 

Wien 2019

Reviews

Table of contents

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

 

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

 

Wien/Hamburg 2019

Table of contents

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

 

Modern Antisemitisms in the Peripheries   

Europe and its Colonies 1880-1945 

 

Wien 2019

Reviews

Table of contents

Vol. 5Zuzanna Dziuban (Ed.) 

 

Mapping the ‚Forensic Turn‘  

Engagements with Materialities of Mass Death in Holocaust Studies and Beyond 

 

Wien 2017

Reviews

Table of contents

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

 

Storylines and Blackboxes  

Autobiografie und Zeugenschaft in der Nachgeschichte von Nationalsozialismus und
Zweitem Weltkrieg 

 

Wien 2017

Reviews

Table of contents

Vol. 3Regina Fritz/Grzegorz Rossoliński-Liebe/Jana Starek (ed.) 

 

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

Reviews

Table of contents

Vol. 2Regina Fritz/Éva Kovács/Béla Rásky (ed.) 

 

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

Reviews

Table of contents

Vol. 1Béla Rásky/Verena Pawlowsky (ed.)

 

Partituren der Erinnerung. 
Der Holocaust in der Musik

Scores of Commemoration. 
The Holocaust in Music

 

Wien 2015

Reviews

Table of contents

  

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