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The Occupation at 50: Pasts, Presents, and Futures

Thursday 11 May from 9:30 until 17:30
Fulton B Lecture Theatre, Fulton Building, University of Sussex
Major scholars and practitioners: see conference programme for full list of speakers

A two day conference marking 50 years of Israel's occupation of the West Bank and Gaza.


The religionization of Israeli society

Tuesday 21 March from 18:00 until 20:00
Fulton A Lecture Theatre
SCSR Leverhulme Lecture
Yoav Peled and Horit Herman Peled

Jewish Israeli society is currently undergoing a process of religionization. We seek to explain the causes and significance of this process.


Adèle Duvillier‎'s Speech from Holocaust Memorial Day 2017

Friday 10 February from 0:00 until 0:00
Attenborough Centre - University of Sussex

Below is Adèle Duvillier‎'s speech from the Holocaust Memorial Day event which took place at the University of Sussex on the 8th of...


Holocaust Memorial Day 2017 at the University of Sussex

Friday 10 February from 0:00 until 0:00
Attenborough Centre - University of Sussex

On this page you will find a selection of photographs from the Holocaust Memorial Day event at the University of Sussex. The event took place at the...


Holocaust Memorial Day at the University of Sussex

Wednesday 8 February from 13:15 until 18:00
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, University of Sussex, Gardner Centre Road, East Sussex, BN1 9RA

This annual event, organised by the Centre for German-Jewish Studies, will take place on the afternoon of Wednesday 8th February. A PDF of the...


Arnold Daghani – Artist and Holocaust Survivor

Wednesday 25 January from 17:30 until 18:30
The Keep. Woollards Way, Brighton, BN1 9BP
Samira Teuteberg and Bill Smith

Artist Arnold Daghani (1909 -1985) came from the Bukovina, now in Romania, and was deported to a slave labour camp in 1942. Following his escape in...


Award Ceremony - The Yad Vashem International Book Prize for Holocaust Research

Tuesday 13 December from 14:30 until 17:00
Constantiner Hall, The International School for Holocaust Studies, Yad Vashem, Mount of Remembrance, Jerusalem

The Yad Vashem International Book Prize for Holocaust Research is dedicated to the memory of the Holocaust survivor Abraham Meir Schwarzbaum.


The Popular Press in Postwar Germany: The Bild Newspaper as a Historical Source

Thursday 8 December from 16:00 until 18:00
University of Sussex, Department of History, Arts A 108
Dr Paul Moore, University of Leicester

Dr Moore lectures in Modern European History and is Deputy Director of the Stanley Burton Centre for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Leicester.


The Diaries of Anne Frank and Anna Haag as Acts of Anti-Nazi Resistance

Tuesday 6 December from 19:45 until 21:45
New North London Synagogue, 80 East End Road, London, N3 2SY
Professor Edward Timms

The diary of Anne Frank is recognized as a classic. In this lecture it is contrasted with diaries written by German democratic feminist Anna Haag.


We and the 'Others': War, Post-war and the Question of Citizenship in the Twentieth Century

Friday 2 December from 13:00 until 17:00
Duitsland Instituut Amsterdam, UvA Bushuis, VOC-zaal, Bezoekadres, Ounde Hoogstraat 24, 1012 CE Amsterdam

The Second World War led to the death of millions of people and displacement on a gigantic scale through expulsion, deportation and forced migration.


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