Migration and Holocaust
Transnational Trajectories of Lubartów Jews Throughout the World (1920s-1950s)
From Lubartów to the World
This project proposes to write the collective biography of the Jewish inhabitants of Lubartow in Poland from the 1920s to the 1950s, whether they emigrated or stayed behind, whether they were exterminated or survived the Holocaust.
News & Events
January 31.Thomas Chopard participates in a discussion on the theme: Ukraine and Belarus: epicenter of the 1941 massacres
January 13th. Surviving the War and the Shoah in the Soviet Union: Polish Jews from Lubartów to the East and back, 1939-1946 (GDRus)
Persecutions, identities, languages, kinship: all aspects of the Romani worlds are studied in this seminar.
Judging, photographing, living afterwards, investigating: the Holocaust is at the center of all debates and research in this seminar. The 2020-2021 Program is online!
The Western Galilee College hosts Prof. Omer Bartov for a discussion with Jan Burzlaff on “Genocide from Below: Rewriting the Holocaust as First-Person Local History”. The event takes place on ZOOM, on Wednesday, December 9, 2020, 6.30PM French Time.
From 16 November 2020 Tymek Skowronski is a contract worker in the Lubartworld project; with his skills in Polish and Russian, he actively contributes to new data input and translations.
How and why look for traces of the gender of individuals in an historical source? The seminar “Statistical Proofs and Demonstrations…” investigates the Lubartworld case. Go Zoom!
The Central Committee of Jews in Poland and the registration cards of survivors in Poland after the Holocaust
The Central Committee of the Jews of Poland (Centralny Komitet Żydów w Polsce, CKŻP) embodied from 1944 onwards the main organization for the assistance and representation of Polish Jews.
Claire Zalc presents her book Denaturalized at the Harvard Book Store, Friday October 23.
You can join this event by Zoom!
Claire Zalc’s book originally published by Le Seuil in 2016 is now translated and available in English at Harvard University Press.