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 29, Claire Zalc & Anton Perdoncin are participating in the online Quetelet Seminar (UC Louvain) “Invisibilities and uncertainties in population studies”.
The program of the seminar “Migrations and persecutions”, led by Claire Zalc is online. Mark your calendars!
We are very pleased to announce the presence in Paris in October of Robert Braun, sociologist at the University of Berkeley.
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On October 6, Claire Zalc participate to the conference “L’ORT en France Travail, assistance et migrations juives (1880-1970)” at the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire du Judaïsme.
Anna Hanotte-Zawislak publishes the work resulting from her PhD under the title L’arriviste dans le roman français, polonais et anglais du XIXe siècle, 1830-1914. « Une espèce de Julien Sorel, mâtiné de Rastignac »
On October 5, Claire Zalc and Anton Perdoncin participate in the Forum of the Centre de recherches historiques.
On the occasion of the Allez Savoir festival, the Lubartworld Team led workshops that allowed for nice and rich encounters.
Claire Zalc, Anton Perdoncin & Adèle Sutre participate in the Allez Savoir festival of the EHESS in Marseille
Claire Zalc contributes to the Encyclopedia for a new history of Europe (EHNE)
Adèle Sutre participates in ICM’s “Living the Transnational” day on September 14
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The book-puzzle of Claire Zalc is published by the Editions de la Sorbonne
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A new contribution by Claire Lemercier and Claire Zalc to source data in history and their use
Thomas Chopard contributes an article to a thematic issue of Ukraïna Moderna on “Ukraine and its revolutions (1914-1923): new histories and interpretations”.
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From August 31 to September 3, Anton Perdoncin and Adèle Sutre contribute to the ESA online conference.
From July 6 to 9, Anton Perdoncin participates in the AFS congress “Changer? ” online.
On July 5 and 6, Franciszek Zakrzewski presents his doctoral work on Lubartów during two days of preparation for the workshop that will take place in 2022.
From June 23 to 25, 2021, Franciszek Zakrzewski participates in this workshop, which was originally scheduled for Prague.
Claire Zalc presents her book Denaturalized on June 16 at the Centre for History and Economics webinar
An opportunity to review and discuss completed, ongoing or upcoming projects within the framework of the project.
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Text by Claire Zalc in Italian, « Gli usi del potere discrezionale. Naturalizzare e denaturalizzare in Francia dalla Terza Repubblica al regime di Vichy », in free access.
We are very pleased to announce the presence in Paris for a month of Kamil Kijek, historian (University of Wroclaw), via the EHESS Visiting Professors Program.
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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!
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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
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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.
Tal Bruttmann leads a workshop on the use of images in the project
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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.
Pierre Mercklé & Anton Perdoncin finalize their work on this phonetic algorithm
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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.
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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!