This two-day, in-person symposium organised by The Wiener Holocaust Library and the University of Cambridge, taking place at the Library on the 10th-11th May 2023, will bring together early career researchers with senior academics to discuss new directions in the study of the Roma genocide.
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Founded in 1933, the Library is Britain’s largest and most important collection of material relating to the Holocaust and genocide. We are pleased to announce that our public archive tours […]
Des Maguire is a Glasgow-born Scot who was educated at universities in both Scotland and England. He has an M.Sc. in Genealogy, Heraldry and Palaeography from the University of Strathclyde. […]
This is an in-person event taking place at Leeds Central Library on Thursday 24 and Friday 25 November. The Wiener Holocaust Library is home to the UK’s International Tracing Service […]
This in-person event is taking place at Holocaust Centre North in Huddersfield on 23 November 2022. The Wiener Holocaust Library is home to the UK’s International Tracing Service digital archive, […]
Gillian Lazarus is a blogger and activist against antisemitism. She is a mother and grandmother, and has studied Philosophy and Jewish Studies. In this blog she details her experience protesting […]
With the slogan, ‘the private is political’, second-wave feminists in the late 1960s drew attention to the inescapable influence of political structures on personal experiences – especially those of women.
The Wiener Holocaust Library and Waging Peace This Refugee Week, The Wiener Holocaust Library remembers its refugee origins and insists that all refugees must be treated with dignity and respect. […]
The Library’s Assistant Curator reflects on the projects and archival work accomplished through Arts Council England funding between 2020 and 2022.
The Library’s Photo Archivist explores a recently catalogued and digitised Family Papers collection, supported by Arts Council England funding.