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History of Judaism in Leicester to be explored at event

History of Judaism in Leicester to be explored at event

Posted by ap507 at Sep 30, 2016 01:55 PM |

Free public lecture takes place on Thursday 6 October

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Historians pay tribute following death of Holocaust survivor

Historians pay tribute following death of Holocaust survivor

Posted by ap507 at Jul 06, 2016 09:47 AM |

Inspirational ideals inspired establishment of Centre at Leicester

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Untold stories of the Holocaust: South Russia's largest city to be explored at exhibition

Untold stories of the Holocaust: South Russia's largest city to be explored at exhibition

Posted by ap507 at Feb 09, 2016 04:55 PM |

Stanley Burton Centre for Holocaust Studies to shed light on wartime events in Nazi occupied Rostov-on-Don in Russia

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Muslim integration and refugee experiences to be discussed by leading historians

Muslim integration and refugee experiences to be discussed by leading historians

Posted by ap507 at Feb 02, 2016 09:40 AM |

Free public lectures on twentieth century experiences taking place between 4 – 10 February for Holocaust Awareness Week

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Historian to speak at Holocaust events

Historian to speak at Holocaust events

Posted by ap507 at Jan 18, 2016 11:32 AM |

'Standing passively and doing nothing is almost as bad as participating directly’

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Professor Andrew Port (Wayne State University) will give a public Leverhulme lecture on Wednesday 3 October at 6pm in Ken Edwards Lecture Theatre 1, on German reactions to post-1945 genocides and refugee crises.

Dr Maria Framke from the University of Rockstock will be giving a number of research seminars, co-hosted by the School of History, Politics and International Relations Global, Colonial and Postcolonial cluster: 

Wednesday 23 May - 'India a safe haven for Jewish refugees?: Exploring the entangled web of Indian anti-fascism, anti-colonialism and humanitarian solidarity in the interwar period'.  The venue is the seminar room at 3-5 Salisbury Road, at 5pm.

Thursday 24 May  Dr Maria Framke will give a seminar on the subject of her book, titled 'Delhi-Rome-Berlin: Taraknath Das’s Engagement with Italian Fascism and German National Socialism'. The venue is in the Attenborough Tower room ATT208, at 2pm.

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