Alessandro Visani – The racial laws 1938: reception and implementation

Event Date: Sunday 26 September 2010 Imperial War Museum, London Racism, war, atrocity, and its aftermath in Italy, 1938-2010 ————————————————————— Alessandro Visani (Rome University) The racial laws 1938: reception and implementation ————————————————————– share this entry:

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Salvatore Garau – Fascism, anti-semitism and the Italian Jews

Event Date: Sunday 26 September 2010 Imperial War Museum, London Racism, war, atrocity, and its aftermath in Italy, 1938-2010 ————————————————————— Salvatore Garau (Royal Holloway, University of London Fascism, anti-semitism and the Italian Jews ———————————————————— share this entry:

Carlotta Ferrara degli Uberti – The Jews of Italy from emancipation to Fascism

Event Date: Sunday 26 September 2010 Imperial War Museum, London Racism, war, atrocity, and its aftermath in Italy, 1938-2010 ————————————————————— Carlotta Ferrara degli Uberti (University of Pisa) The Jews of Italy from emancipation to Fascism Over the last thirty years there has been a considerable expansion in Italian history writing on topics of Jewish history. For a long time — until …

Christopher Browning – Memories of Survival: The Starachowice Factory Slave Labour Camps

9 June 2009 – Professor Christopher Browning (University of North Carolina) Memories of Survival: The Starachowice Factory Slave Labour Camps Christopher Browning is Frank Porter Graham Professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. One of the world’s leading historian of the Holocaust, he has published very widely on all aspects of Nazi extermination policy.

Sue Vice – False Testimony

17 March 2009 – Royal Holloway Holocaust Research Centre Annual Lecture – In this talk, Professor Sue Vice will explore the phenomenon of false Holocaust testimony

Empire and Genocide: The Work of Hannah Arendt

5 December 2008 – The Holocaust Research Centre and The Postcolonial Research Group at Royal Holloway, University of London ran two joint seminars on the work of Hannah Arendt, on 22nd October and 19 November. We then ran a one-day workshop on held on Friday 5th December 2008 entitled Empire and Genocide: The Work of Hannah Arendt. speakers: Dr. Stephen Morton, Professor Richard King, Dr. Simon Swift –