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
Gabrielle Escaich takes part in the AFS congress in Lyon on behalf of the project.
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.
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.
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 !