Representing Nazi Law: Historians, Lawyers and Interdisciplinary Discourse

By Dr Simon Lavis Dr Simon Lavis is Lecturer in Law at The Open University, and has published articles and book chapters on the historical and legal nature and representation of Nazi law. Academic discussion of law in relation to Nazi Germany is dominated by the Nuremberg trials, and particularly the International Military Tribunal (IMT). … Continue reading Representing Nazi Law: Historians, Lawyers and Interdisciplinary Discourse

When Past is Present – Descendants of Survivors of Nazi Persecution

By Adina Dymczyk and Thorsten Fehlberg Thorsten Fehlberg is a political scientist and social geographer. He works for the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial. He worked for the non-governmental organisation Bundesverband Information & Beratung für NS-Verfolgte e.V. (https://www.nsberatung.de/index.php/de/) as project manager mainly for projects concerning the topic “Descendants of Nazi victims” from 2013 until 2019.  Adina … Continue reading When Past is Present – Descendants of Survivors of Nazi Persecution

One of the first deniers? Conspiracy and early Holocaust denial in the post-war writings of Arnold Leese

By Dr Steven Woodbridge Dr. Steven Woodbridge is Senior Lecturer in History at Kingston University, Surrey, and has published articles and book chapters on both the interwar and contemporary extreme right. In April, 2017, the American Historian of Jewish History and Holocaust Studies, Deborah Lipstadt, in a powerful address delivered at the Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford, recalled … Continue reading One of the first deniers? Conspiracy and early Holocaust denial in the post-war writings of Arnold Leese

Registration for the 4th Annual BAHS Post Graduate Conference Open!

Registration is now open for the British Association for Holocaust Studies annual Postgraduate Conference, ‘The Holocaust, Memory and Society’. The conference is free to attend and we will provide lunch and refreshments. To register please click here! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Isabelle Mutton and Issy Sawkins at bahs.postgrad@gmail.com