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
Claire Zalc reveals all the secrets and uses of naturalization files
Finding a place in the world: Thomas Chopard explains the role of the International Refugee Organization
Thomas Chopard guides us through the labyrinth of the International Tracing Service (ITS) archives
Alain Blum, Thomas Chopard & Emilia Koustova sign a contribution in the journal Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas
Anton Perdoncin publishes an article on the relationship between professional careers, economic recession and immigration, as part of an issue on “Professional Mobilities” in the latest edition of the journal Genèses.
Aidelman, Ajdelman, Edelman, Ejdelman, Morgenstern, Morgensztern, Morgiensztern… you dreamed of a soundex function in R to compare and match these East European names? A. Perdoncin & P. Mercklé did it!
Conducted by members of the project, a survey and a book on our health news, with the fine methods of quantitative analysis
From March 3 to May 5, the Lubartworld team is hosting a research workshop Investigating Migration and Persecution: History, Quantification, Ethnography
With some thirty insights, including that of Thomas Chopard, this book by specialists in Central and Eastern Europe shows how, from history to memory, antagonistic “national novels” are written.
January 31.Thomas Chopard participates in a discussion on the theme: Ukraine and Belarus: epicenter of the 1941 massacres