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VWI Alumnae / VWI Alumni: The Former Fellows of the Institute


With the conclusion of each academic year, the number of VWI alumnae and alumni of the institute grows: The Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies (VWI) intends to establish a network of its fellows over the coming years and to remain in contact with them through invitations to lectures and conferences, perhaps even to smaller research stays, through the publication of the work. Thus, the VWI will remain informed of their career and be able to promote them.


From the academic year 2012/2013 onwards, fellows spent a semester or an academic year at VWI to work on a research topic. After having finished their term, we asked and ask them to remember the most inspiring book they read or studied during their stay from VWI’s library by an essay, a short notice, a blurb, or a video, which we then post under #InspiringBooksVWI on Facebook."


The academic careers and scholarly biographies of the former fellows are here only recounted up to the time of the research stay at the VWI and are not updated.

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