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.).
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!
Publication of this issue of the journal De Facto of the Convergences Migrations Institute with the collaboration of the Lubartworld team.
From June 22 to 24, the conference “The Photography of Persecution. Pictures of the Holocaust” happens at the AUP.
On June 7 and 8, Claire Zalc participates in the international conference “The Future of WWII France in Academia:
Contemporary Research Paradigms, Trajectories and Challenges”.
June 1st, restitution day of the 2021-2022 research workshop (Malher center, Paris).
Find on the same page our activities in May 2022.
On May 19, Thomas Chopard speaks at this international conference at the Paris Museum of Jewish Art and History.
Claire Zalc and Laure Blévis speak on May 19 at the “Imperial and Post-Imperial Citizenships and Nationalities” seminar in Bordeaux.
On May 18, Claire Zalc and Laure Blévis intervene in this international conference at the Museum of the History of Immigration.
On May 20-22, Adèle Sutre is invited to Caen for the book fair ‘Lire, débattre, s’émerveiller’.
Claire Zalc recalls, in the magazine L’histoire, the “marking of the Jews” in France in May 1942.
On May 5, 2022, Adèle Sutre participated in the seminar Mobilities & Belonging/Mobilités et appartenances in Marseille (Centre Norbert Elias).
Find on the same page our activities in April 2022.
On April 13, Thomas Chopard participates in a round table discussion on the Jews of Ukraine at the Shoah Memorial (Paris).
On April 11, Claire Zalc will participate in a round table at IHA with Dieter Gosewinkel and Michal Frankl on the theme “Citizenship: Norms and Practices of National Belonging in Europe, 1914-1945”.
On April 11, Claire Zalc talks about her trajectories as a historian in her book “Z” during the CRH Mondays.
April 11, session of the GLOBAL seminar (Convergences Migrations Institute) chaired by Claire Zalc on the issues of identification and identity papers.
On April 6, Claire Zalc speaks in Naples at the seminar “Histories of citizenship (18th-20th centuries)”.
On April 3 and 4, Lubartworld participated in the international symposium “Les rafles de l’été 1942 en Europe de l’Ouest” organized at the Mémorial de la Shoah in Paris.
Find on the same page our activities in March 2022.
On March 21, Thomas Chopard contributes on France Culture to explain the Ukrainian economy. Listen to understand!
On March 10, Thomas Chopard participated in a series on the history of Ukraine on France Culture. Listen to the podcast!
Claire Zalc and Franciszek Zakrzewski sign an original and fascinating article in the RHS: « Tentatives d’épuisement de non-lieux »…
On March 15, 16 and 17, the Lubartworld team is organizing and leading a training and collective work on data.
Find on the same page our activities in February 2022.
On February 24, and since in podcast, Claire Zalc evokes Z ou souvenirs d’historienne on France Culture.
February 25, 2022, Adèle Sutre participates (online) in the 135th annual AHA conference in New Orleans.
Adèle Sutre participates on France Culture in the program Le cours de l’histoire : ” Tsiganes, Gitans, Manouches, entre mythes et défiance “.
In this collective in Italian, contribution of Claire Zalc: « Contestare le denaturalizzazioni nella Francia di Vichy. Le grammatiche della francesità alla prova del cambiamento di regime ».
Participation of Claire Zalc in this conference on February 15, 2022 within the framework of AMULOP.
On January 7, 2022, the Lubartworld team collectively presents the project at the IHMC seminar.
German Historical Institute, Transnational Workshop, February 9, 2022, “Lubartworld: a global microhistory of the Shoah?”
On February 7, 2022, Thomas Chopard presents “Escaping Poland and Surviving the Holocaust in the Soviet Union” at the CERCEC seminar (Ehess).
Find on the same page our activities in January 2022.
Lubartworld Intensive Workshop: Mapping, Database Matching and Prospective ….
« Retour d’expérience sur la saisie collective d’une source administrative : le registre de population de Lubartów, Pologne, 1932 », collective article in issue 125 of Genèses.
Counting and recounting as a historian: a Claire Zalc-Patrick Boucheron interview…
Broadcast on Arte of the program “Faire l’histoire” with Claire Zalc, on “l’étoile jaune, signe d’infamie” (The yellow star, a sign of infamy) on January 29, 2022 at 6:15 p.m. and in replay on Arte.tv.
Lubartworld Workshop on January 14, 2022
Find on the same page our activities in December 2021.