Upcoming Modern Jewish History Seminar

Organized by Institute of Contemporary History (Czech Academy of Sciences), Masaryk Institute and Archives (Czech Academy of Sciences) and the Prague Center for Jewish Studies at the Charles University

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Languages of loyalty. Revocation of Jewish citizenship in Poland and Czechoslovakia, 1938-1939

Languages of loyalty. Revocation of Jewish citizenship in Poland and Czechoslovakia, 1938-1939

26 October 2021 - 5 PM

Michal Frankl (Masaryk Institute and Archives of the Czech Academy of Sciences) By the end of the 1930s, tens of thousands of Polish and Czechoslovak Jews received notices informing them in a bureaucratic language about...

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Silenced voices. The untold stories of the “Last pogrom” in the Moravia (1918)

Silenced voices. The untold stories of the “Last pogrom” in the Moravia (1918)

9 November 2021 - 5:19 PM

Jan Machala (Holešov Museum) The so called “Last Pogrom” in the Moravian town of Holešov in December 1918 is a relatively well known event, frequently mentioned in Czech historiography and occasionally reflected...

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The DEGOB collection through a Digital Lens

The DEGOB collection through a Digital Lens

14 December 2021 - 5:21 PM

Ildikó Barna (Eötvös Loránd University) Beginning from the early summer of 1945, employees of the National Committee for Attending Deportees (DEGOB) started to record the testimonies of deportees returning to Hungary.

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The seminar is intended to provide a platform for academic discussion about the latest research on Jewish history especially of the last three centuries. Though primarily focused on the Jews of central and east central Europe, the seminar also includes topics related to the Jews of other regions. The seminar is further enriched by including topics not directly concerned with Jews, but enabling one to see Jewish history from other perspectives (for instance, the perspective of other marginalized communities).

Despite our preference for the methods of historical research, the organizers welcome multidisciplinary approaches to the topics, including those of sociology, political science, religious studies, and art history.

During the pandemic the seminar is taking place only virtually as a zoom session. The language of the seminar is English. The seminar is organized by Kateřina Čapková (Institute of Contemporary History), and Michal Frankl (Masaryk Institute and Archive). Since 2018/2019, they cooperate with the Prague Center for Jewish Studies at the Charles University. Your suggestions of speakers should be sent to either capkova@usd.cas.cz or frankl@mua.cas.cz.

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