An Evening with Dorit Oliver-Wolff (BEM): Pop Star, Pin Up and Holocaust Survivor

The British Association for Holocaust Studies presents: An Evening with Dorit Oliver-Wolff (BEM): Pop Star, Pin Up and Holocaust Survivor In conversation with Hannah Wilson & Elizabeth Kendrick Thursday 17th December 2020, 5pm (GMT) In this very special online event, BAHS is proud to host the wonderful Dorit Oliver-Wolff, who was recently awarded the British … Continue reading An Evening with Dorit Oliver-Wolff (BEM): Pop Star, Pin Up and Holocaust Survivor

Online Roundtable: “After the War: Auschwitz to Ambleside”

The British Association for Holocaust Studies Presents: “After the War: Auschwitz to Ambleside”: A Roundtable with children’s Author Tom Palmer, Trevor Avery of the Lake District Holocaust Project and Helen McCord of the UCL Centre for Holocaust Education (Hosted by Hannah Wilson & Elizabeth Kendrick) Monday 30th November, 6pm - 7:30pm (GMT) In this dynamic … Continue reading Online Roundtable: “After the War: Auschwitz to Ambleside”

An Evening Lecture with Professor James. E. Young

The British Association for Holocaust Studies presents an evening lecture with Professor James E. Young - The Stages of Memory: Reflections on Memorialisation and Global Commemoration hosted by Hannah Wilson and Elizabeth Kendrick This lecture was presented on Monday 21st September 2020. A recording of this event can be found below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VEbNkt_DTs James E. Young is Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of … Continue reading An Evening Lecture with Professor James. E. Young

Sources of Memory and the Holocaust International Workshop: Contemporary Research, Challenges and Approaches

Last month, we held an extremely interesting international online workshop addressing the theme of 'Sources of Memory and the Holocaust: Contemporary Research, Challenges and Approaches', which covered a broad range of topics. For all those interested, we have uploaded the recordings of each panel to our YouTube page, below are the individual links to access … Continue reading Sources of Memory and the Holocaust International Workshop: Contemporary Research, Challenges and Approaches

BAHS Mentoring Scheme for PGR and ECR Members

BAHS is proud to announce the launch of its mentoring scheme for postgraduate research (PGR) and early career research (ECR) members. Details of the scheme are attached below, as are the code of practice, application form and supervisory support form. Successful PGR and ECR applicants will be paired with senior members of the Association who have made themselves … Continue reading BAHS Mentoring Scheme for PGR and ECR Members

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

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

CFP: British Association for Holocaust Studies Seventh Annual Conference, University of Northumbria, 22-24 July 2020, “The Holocaust after 75 years: History, Memory, Legacies” – Deadline Extended.

The deadline for abstracts has been extended to 14th February 2020. We look forward to receiving them! 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 broad theme of ‘The Holocaust after 75 … Continue reading CFP: British Association for Holocaust Studies Seventh Annual Conference, University of Northumbria, 22-24 July 2020, “The Holocaust after 75 years: History, Memory, Legacies” – Deadline Extended.

Interview with the 2019 winner of Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History article prize – Magdalena Waligórska

by Mallory Bubar On behalf of the BAHS, I would first and foremost like to congratulate Magdalena Waligórska on winning this year’s Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History article prize for her work “Remembering the Holocaust on the fault lines of East and West-European memorial cultures: the new memorial complex in Trastsianets, Belarus.” Her … Continue reading Interview with the 2019 winner of Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History article prize – Magdalena Waligórska

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‘