The Vanished City
The workshop seeks to examine the spatial history of cities in
Polish Israeli Research Meetings in Warsaw, Poland
Six days of meetings and conference, organized by the Institute for Literary Studies (Polish Academy of Sciences). The aim was to tighten and establish new research-related contacts. The conference itself was about the Polish and Jewish intelligentsia and its role in the shaping of the Polish state in the first half of the 20th century.
Workshop with Prof. Yehuda Bauer
Prof. Yehuda Bauer shared his historic approach in a closed seminar for graduate students and researchers.
Seminar for Graduate Students on New Developments in Holocaust Research
An encounter for Master's degree and doctoral students with contemporary scholars conducting Holocaust research. Students prepared for the weekly meetings (over the course of a semester), which included open discussions in small forums and the development of their research topics.
Prof. Yehuda Bauer, Israel Prize Laureate, Yad Vashem, "The Last Solution"
Prof. Shlomo Aaronson, Hebrew University, "The Nazi State"
Prof. Gabriel Gorodetzky, Tel Aviv University, "Barbarossa: Who Attacked Whom in June 1941?"
Prof. Renèe Poznanski, Ben-Gurion University, "The Holocaust of French Jewry"
Prof. David Bankier, Hebrew University, "Anti-Nazi Exiles and the Jewish Question during World War II"
Prof. Yitzhak Arad, Yad Vashem, "The Concentration Camps"
Dr. Danny Blatman, Yad Vashem, "The Death Marches"
Dr. Yfaat Weiss, University of Haifa, "Anti-Semitism, Racism and Colonialism
Dr. Sara Bender, University of Haifa, Polish Jewry from the Outbreak of the War through Barbarossa"
Dr. Gilad Margalit and Dr. Avihu Ronen, University of Haifa, "Euthanasia and Physicians during the Holocaust" (including screening of a film)
Dr. Danny Gutwein, University of Haifa, "Modern Anti-Semitism"
Guest lecturer, Dr. Christian Gerlach, Berlin, "The Murder of the Jews in the 'Generalgouvernnment' and German Food Policy"