CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS, ONLINE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP

CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS ONLINE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP Sources of Memory and the Holocaust:  Contemporary Research, Challenges and Approaches Organised by The British Association for Holocaust Studies [United Kingdom] and Research Centre for Memory Cultures [Jagiellonian University, Krakow] We would like to invite you to participate in an international, digital workshop on contemporary academic, artistic, and theoretical … Continue reading CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS, ONLINE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP

Sketching the Horrors of Auschwitz: The Artwork of Ella Liebermann-Shiber by Hannah Wilson

Hannah Wilson, MA is a graduate of the Weiss-Livnat International MA program in Holocaust Studies at the University of Haifa (Israel). In 2016, began her PhD research on the material memory of Sobibór at the Department of History, Nottingham Trent University (UK), funded by the AHRC Midlands4Cities Award. She is Blog Editor and Co-Social Media … Continue reading Sketching the Horrors of Auschwitz: The Artwork of Ella Liebermann-Shiber by Hannah Wilson

Has Memory of the Holocaust become a “Monster”?

by Bill Niven Bill Niven was Professor of Contemporary German History at Nottingham Trent University. Israeli author Yishai Sarid’s novel Mifletzet HaSikaron was first published in 2017.[i] This year, it appeared in Ruth Achlama’s excellent German translation under the title Monster.[ii] It is very much to be hoped that it soon appears in English translation, because it is perhaps the … Continue reading Has Memory of the Holocaust become a “Monster”?