Current and upcoming exhibitions
Due to popular demand this exhibition, which draws upon the Library's unique archival collections to tell the often untold story of Jewish resistance, will be returning for a limited run in September 2021.
The Library's upcoming exhibition will contribute to the ongoing public conversation about the role of science in shaping our current attempts to come to terms with several eugenic legacies, from racism to decolonisation.
Virtual PhD and a Cup of Tea: ‘A Man who Did Everything Twice’: Jewish Refugee Industrialists in Britain’s Special Areas, 1936-1940
This virtual PhD talk will explore the Jewish refugee industrialists who settled in Britain's 'Special Areas' as part of the effort to revitalize the regions hit hardest by the Great Depression.
Join the Library to mark the launch of a new travelling exhibition, curated by Professor Marius Turda, which explores the history and legacies of eugenics.
A round table discussion about the relevance of eugenics in education and its impact on the welfare state occasioned by the exhibition '"We are not alone": Legacies of Eugenics'.
Virtual Book Talk: The Compromise of Return: Elizabeth Anthony in conversation with Jacqueline Vansant
In the first of a new academic book series, Elizabeth Anthony discusses her new book, 'The Compromise of Return' the first such social history to depict how survivors—individually and collectively—navigated post-war Vienna’s political and social setting.
As part of our new academic book series, the Library is delighted to host a talk with Dr Bastiaan Willems on his book, Violence in Defeat: The Wehrmacht on German Soil, 1944-45.