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The Holocaust in Public


What is the value of academic involvement in processes of public education and commemoration? To what extent is such involvement a reality, particularly in the UK? What are the prospects for further growth in collaborative initiatives, and what are the obstacles? And how far does our expanded digital world impact this relationship?


Wandering Jews: Migration in Modern Jewish History


Jews have always been a people on the move. In Professor Shirli Gilbert's new course you will explore how migration has impacted ideas of Jewish identity, religiosity and community; what factors shaped Jews' decisions to stay or leave, and where to go; what impact the establishment of a Jewish homeland has had on the continued existence of the 'Wandering Jew'.


The Future of Holocaust Education


Former Managing Director of the Holocaust Educational Trust, Joe Hayman shares his reflections on the contemporary relevance of the Holocaust and the future of Holocaust education.

Churchill and the Royals


Join acclaimed historian and popular speaker Lee Pollock as he explores the singular relationship between Winston Churchill and the British crown and sheds new light on one of history’s most enduring institutions. 

Testimonies of Jewish Refugee Women in Britain


In this talk, Dr Bea Lewkowicz will present the work of two oral history archives which deal with the experiences of Jewish refugees in Britain, pre- and post- WW2: the AJR Refugee Voices Testimony Archive and Sephardi Voices UK.

Postponed Film Screening and Q&A with Peter Maniura

UCL University College London, London

Screening of 'Holocaust: A Musical Memorial Film from Auschwitz', with Q&A session with the producer, Peter Maniura.

Impossible Reconstructions: Families After the Holocaust


This talk will explore not only why family reunification proved so difficult in the immediate postwar period, but also how children subjectively experienced such events. It will be of relevance not only for those interested in the legacies of the Holocaust, but for anyone interested in separated families in the present.