Call of Posters - Workshop on Perpetration, Complicity, and Collaboration in Nazi-dominated Europe 2016


Deadline:

June 10, 2016


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About the Workshop on Perpetration, Complicity, and Collaboration in Nazi-dominated Europe 2016

The UCL Centre for Collective Violence, Holocaust and Genocide Studies invites PhD candidates from any discipline to present their research in a visual format as part of an interdisciplinary one-day workshop on Perpetration, Complicity, and Collaboration in Nazi-dominated Europe on 21 October 2016. We invite submissions by doctoral students whose research addresses perpetration, complicity and collaboration during the Holocaust and other instances of collective violence and genocide in any time period or geographical location.

In the past two decades, research into perpetrators, collaborators, and bystanders in Nazi-dominated Europe has proliferated. This categorisation, which has its roots in Raul Hilberg’s work, is increasingly being challenged as the behaviours and motivations of those implicated were often much more complex and ambiguous. These limitations become even more apparent when considering the aftermath of war and Holocaust and the proliferation of representations and self-representations, the transmission and inheritance of memories, and the challenges faced by Holocaust education. The workshop will explore wider aspects of perpetration and question current categorisation both in terms of historical concepts, explanations, and definitions, and in relation to different forms of representation and self-representation, including ego-documents, literary works, and other cultural reflections on the Holocaust and its aftermath.

The posters will be presented in an informal event during the workshop’s lunch break to encourage discussion and engagement between established scholars, early career researchers, and PhD candidates. Whilst poster presentations are more common in the sciences, this format will allow doctoral students in the arts, humanities and social sciences to engage with their research in a visual manner.

Please view this guide on poster formatting for formatting and printing your posters: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/isd/services/creative-media/design/poster_guide

Email your draft poster OR 250-word abstract and short biography of 100 words to Dr Stefanie Rauch: s.rauch (at) ucl.ac.uk by 15 June 2016

Confirmation of acceptance: 1 July 2016
Workshop date: 21 October 2016
Location: Institute of Advanced Studies, University College London
Small bursaries will be available for the expenses of successful applicants.
All accepted applicants are encouraged to submit their posters and write a piece on their research for the public history blog – History to the Public.

Topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Holocaust/Third Reich/Euthanasia/Genocide/Collective Violence
  • Micro-histories and Theoretical Approaches
  • Trials, Justice and Reconciliation
  • Retribution and Reparations
  • Guilt and Responsibility
  • Collective Amnesia, Memory and Commemoration
  • Intergenerational Transmission
  • (Auto)biographical writing
  • Representations in Film and Literature
  • Ego-documents and Oral History
  • Emotions
  • Denial and Revisionism

We invite PhD students from any of the following disciplines:

  • Literature
  • Film
  • Political Science
  • History
  • Law
  • Art
  • Psychoanalysis
  • Sociology
  • Social Psychology
  • Education
  • Museum Studies

For more information please click on "Further Official Information" belwo.



Eligible Countries
Host Country
Study Levels
PhD
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June 23, 2016
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