Events

See what’s coming up at the library, or you may be interested in past events.

Hybrid Book Talk: The Holocaust – An Unfinished History, by Dan Stone

The Wiener Holocaust Library The Wiener Holocaust Library, London

The Wiener Holocaust Library is delighted to host a hybrid book talk event to celebrate the publication of Prof Dan Stone’s newest book, The Holocaust – an Unfinished History. He will be led in conversation with Prof Matthew Feldman. In-person participants will have the opportunity to purchase the book for signature.

Virtual Book Talk: Between Community and Collaboration – Laurien Vastenhout

The Wiener Holocaust Library The Wiener Holocaust Library, London

The Wiener Holocaust Library is delighted to host a virtual book talk with Dr Laurien Vastenhout as part of our new academic book series to mark the publication of Between Community and Collaboration: ‘Jewish Councils’ in Western Europe under Nazi Occupation. Dr Vastenhout will be led in conversation by Dr Anna Hájková.

Book talk: Myanmar’s Rohingya Genocide: Identity, History and Hate Speech, Dr Ronan Lee

The Wiener Holocaust Library The Wiener Holocaust Library, London

The genocide against the Rohingya in Myanmar has drawn global attention, a case at the International Court of Justice and recently a US government genocide declaration. “Myanmar’s Rohingya Genocide: Identity, History and Hate Speech” is a unique study drawing on extensive fieldwork including interviews and testimony from the Rohingya in Myanmar, in their refugee camps and among the diaspora further afield to assess and outline the full scale of the disaster.

Virtual Panel: More than Parcels

The Wiener Holocaust Library The Wiener Holocaust Library, London

The Wiener Holocaust Library, in partnership with the Holocaust Research Institute at Royal Holloway, University of London, is delighted to host this panel of contributors to the recent publication, More than Parcels: Wartime Aid for Jews in Nazi-era Camps and Ghettos, who will reflect on the availability and significance of relief packages and other mail to prisoners in this important, under-researched aspect of Holocaust history.

Heritage Fund The Association of Jewish Refugees Federal Foreign Office
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