Our collective activities take many forms, including monthly internal seminars (team-only), as well as events and interventions presenting our work in progress to a diverse audience (symposiums, seminars, conferences, scientific communications, public lectures, etc.).
On October 6, 2023, Claire Zalc dialogues with Paul-André Rosental and Guillaume Calafat at the RDV de l’histoire de Blois on the theme of counting.
October 6 and 7, 2023, Claire Zalc takes part in this year’s RDV de l’histoire de Blois, dedicated to the living and the dead.
Claire Zalc is co-organizing this workshop in Cambridge on September 28-29, 2023.
Gabrielle Escaich takes part in the AFS congress in Lyon on behalf of the project.
Find on the same page our activities in June 2023.
The Lubartworld team is is co-organizing, with the Wiesenthal Institute and the France-Berkeley Fund an international colloquium in May 2024; please do not hesitate to respond to the call for papers before June 26, 2023!
Read now Claire Zalc’s article in Diasporas journal!
Claire Zalc and Thomas Chopard take part in the international conference “East Central Europe at the Crossroads: Jewish Transnational Networks and Identities” in Warsaw.
Anton Perdoncin is taking part in this collective work, whose aim is to look at those who migrate or have migrated, by questioning their social positions here and there.
Find on the same page our activities in May 2023.
Claire Zalc has been invited to Fribourg on May 25 for a workshop on databases and their uses in history.
Students from the Lubartworld research workshop discover the survey site.
Claire Zalc is invited by Jan Grabowski to take part in this important meeting to support historical research on the Holocaust in Poland.
Find on the same page our activities in April 2023.
On April 15, Claire Zalc moderates the discussion between Judith Lyon-Caen, Elias Herody and Joanna Grudzinska, director of this documentary screened at Saint-André-des-Arts.
An article by Anton Perdoncin: Do sources have a sex? Read it now !
Find on the same page our activities in March 2023.
Thursday, March 30, 2023, Claire Zalc participates in this ENS-PSL study day.
Claire Zalc’s doctoral students present and discuss their work on Friday, March 24, 2023.
From March 14 to 16, 2023, the German Historical Institute will host an international online and on-site symposium on “The Shoah as a European ‘Project’? New Perpetrator Research in a Transnational Perspective”.
March 10, Lubartworld presentation at the seminar “Acteurs et institutions ordinaires face à la persécution des juifs pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Le cas de Paris et des villes européennes”.
Find on the same page our activities in February 2023.
As in January 2022, collective work seminar at the Roscoff conference center for the Lubartworld team in extended format.
Find on the same page our activities in January 2023.
Claire Zalc speaks on Thursday, January 26 at the Jacques Cartier high school in Saint-Malo in support of a project by high school students on the history of the city’s deported Jews.
Find on the same page our activities in December 2022.
Yacine Chitour and Pauline Funk present the “Aryanization” files as a source for the history of the Lubartówien-ne-s in France, from the 1930s to the 1940s.
Find on the same page our activities in November 2022.
On November 24 & 25, Claire Zalc and Thomas Chopard participate in the “Unbelonging” conference at the Marc Bloch Center in Berlin.
The Lubartworld team is very pleased to announce the publication of Thomas Chopard’s article, a must read!
On November 20, Claire Zalc participates in a workshop on this theme at the Musée d’art et d’histoire du judaïsme, Paris.
The Lubartworld project team is attending the Social Science History Association’s annual conference in Chicago on November 17-20, 2022.
With the kind permission of Carole Macré and the Society of Friends of Lubartów, we publish here Carole Macré’s translation into French of the Lubartów souvenir book.
Claire Zalc and Thomas Chopard participate in the colloquium of the Simon Wiesenthal Institute in Vienna, November 2-4, 2022.
Find on the same page our activities in October 2022.
Publication of an article by Claire Zalc in the journal of the University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne.
On October 19, Claire Zalc participates in the first conference on transnational history as part of the partnership between BnF and IHMC.
The Lubartworld project team is in Lublin from October 9 to 12 for a workshop and for the commemoration with descendants of Lubartowians of the October 11, 1942 roundup.
Claire Zalc speaks at the French School of Athens on October 4 as part of the doctoral training seminar “Migrations contraintes (Forced migration)”.
Find on the same page our activities in September 2022.
Claire Zalc delivers the opening lecture at the Leiden International Conference “Families in Transit. Child-bearing, Child-rearing and Inheritance during Displacement”.
In Lens on Monday, September 12, Claire Zalc participated, with Nicolas Mariot, in the commemoration of the roundup of September 11, 1942 organized by the Mémorial de la Shoah.
Claire Lemercier and Claire Zalc bring a light for the general public on quantitative history on the Aeon website.
On September 15, Claire Zalc leads a discussion at the Mémorial de la Shoah in Paris about the book Être juif dans le Nord et le Pas de Calais.
On September 4, a meeting with among others Thomas Chopard, as part of the European Days of Jewish Culture and Heritage.
Find on the same page our activities in July 2022.
Release of the book Être Juif
dans le Nord et le Pas-de-Calais, 1939-1945, with a preface by Claire Zalc.
From July 18 to 22, the International Symposium of the Centenary of the International Geographical Union will be held in Paris and Lubartworld participates!
Find on the same page our activities in June 2022.
Lubartworld relays this call for papers for a symposium organized by the German Historical Institute of Paris: send your proposals before July 24, 2022!