Seminars and Workshops

The Wiener Library and the Center for Research on Dutch Jews were pleased to host Professor Johannes Houwink Ten Cate, the Chair of Holocaust and Genocide Studies at the University of Amsterdam, in a lecture on:  “The Terrible Secret? Dutch Jewish Voices on the Nazi Extermination in Real Tim"

The Wiener Library was pleased to host Prof. Jan Grabowski, Special Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Studies, Department of History at the University of Ottawa, in a workshop for research students on the subject:

"Between the Center and the Periphery in Holocaust Studies: Innovations and Challenges."

Lecturer:  Prof. Daniel Siemens, Newcastle University, UK

Hitler’s Brownshirts: Violent Mobilisation and Disciplinary Integration in the National Socialist SA, 1921-1945

The seminar deals with the German-Israeli diplomacy, through the visits and missions of intellectuals and diplomats, and with the complex relations between the two countries in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s

Barbed wire at the Auschwitz concentration camp By Luuk de Kok
The annual lecture in German history in memory of Boaz Neumann

Lecture given by Dr. Amir Teicher | By ZOOM



  • Research Workshop for researchers, doctoral and graduate students
    The Progress and its cost: Germany at the beginning of the 20th Century
  • Lecture is open to the public
    Where did the hatred of the Jews come from?Anti-Semitism in Germany 1900-1938


Holocaust survivors in the Kibbutzim and Moshavim movements | The contribution of Holocaust survivors to Israeli society: culture and faith | Holocaust survivors in the IDF and the security forces | ​
The contribution of Holocaust survivors to research and commemoration

 the encounter between Jews and Spaniards during WWII and the Holocaust; the propagandistic use of Antisemitism in Spain during that period; and the Spanish civil war in the Judeo-Spanish press of Saloniki

A joint workshop sponsored by the University of Maryland, College Park, and Tel Aviv University. The research project that we hope will emerge from this planning workshop is intended to examine these mutual perceptions and interpretations.

The lecture is a history of the antagonism to Israel from the late 1960s to the end of the Cold War in 1989-90.

The goal of this workshop is to scrutinize survivors’ memoirs for expressions of betrayal, to contextualize the reality of endemic betrayal in light of the recent scholarship on neighbors...

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