Current and upcoming exhibitions
As part of the Library's Racism, Antisemitism, Colonialism and Genocide event series, this talk will consider the significance of racism and antisemitism in Imperial Russia and will examine the legacies of acts of ethnic mass violence during the Russian Civil War and in Nazi Germany.
Beyond Camps and Forced Labour Virtual Symposium: New initiatives and debates around Holocaust memorialisation
To mark the postponed seventh international multidisciplinary conference, Beyond Camps and Forced Labour, the conference organisers are pleased to announce a virtual symposium that will explore new international debates in Holocaust memorialisation.
This virtual exhibition lecture will explore the rise and decline of fascism in Sweden and the Netherlands, explain their appeal to ordinary fascists in spite of unfavourable conditions and the mediocrity of the objects of their devotion.
Virtual Book Launch: In the Shadow of the Holocaust: Poland, the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Search for Justice
The Library is delighted to partner with UCL's Institute of Jewish Studies and the Institute for Polish Jewish Studies to virtually launch Michael Fleming's new book, 'In the Shadow of the Holocaust'.
This hybrid academic conference will explore the Radical Right in the twenty-first century. Organised with the European Fascist Movements 1918-1941 project, the Centre for the Analysis of the Radical Right and HOPE not hate.