4th Annual Postgraduate Conference, University of Exeter, 6th March 2020 – ‘The Holocaust, Memory and Society‘

The British Association for Holocaust Studies welcomes paper proposals for its annual postgraduate conference. This year’s theme is ‘The Holocaust, Memory and Society’ which we hope will enable postgraduate scholars working in Holocaust Studies from any discipline to make a submission. To submit a paper proposal, please send a 300-word abstract and 150-word biography to bahs.postgrad@gmail.com by 10th January 2020. Please note, … Continue reading 4th Annual Postgraduate Conference, University of Exeter, 6th March 2020 – ‘The Holocaust, Memory and Society‘

CFP: British Association for Holocaust Studies Seventh Annual Conference – ‘The Holocaust after 75 years: History, Memory, Legacies’

University of Northumbria, 22-24 July 2020. We welcome paper and panel proposals on the b􏰀oad 􏰁heme of 􏰂The Holoca􏰃􏰄􏰁 af􏰁e􏰀 􏰅􏰆 􏰇ea􏰀􏰄􏰈 Hi􏰄􏰁o􏰀􏰇􏰉 Memo􏰀􏰇􏰉 Legacie􏰄􏰊􏰋 We a􏰀e in􏰁e􏰀e􏰄􏰁ed in 􏰌a􏰌e􏰀􏰄 on all a􏰄􏰌ec􏰁􏰄 of Holoca􏰃􏰄􏰁 􏰄􏰁􏰃die􏰄 and f􏰀om all of i􏰁􏰄 di􏰄ci􏰌line􏰄􏰋 We a􏰀e particularly interested in papers that consider: - The history of the perpetration of … Continue reading CFP: British Association for Holocaust Studies Seventh Annual Conference – ‘The Holocaust after 75 years: History, Memory, Legacies’

David Cameron’s ‘For The Record’ and Public Holocaust Memory

David Tollerton David Tollerton is Senior Lecturer in Jewish Studies and Contemporary Religion at the University of Exeter. He currently holds a 12-month fellowship with the Leverhulme Trust and his next monograph, Holocaust Memory and Britain’s Religious-Secular Landscape: Politics, Sacrality, and Diversity,will be published with Routledge in 2020. On 27 January 2014 David Cameron gave … Continue reading David Cameron’s ‘For The Record’ and Public Holocaust Memory