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Upcoming Exhibition Events

Curators in Conversation: Genocidal Captivity, Rebecca Jinks with Christine Schmidt

Genocidal Captivity: Retelling the Stories of Armenian and Yezidi Women

This exhibition is organised as part of The Holocaust and Genocide Research Partnership

Women in child search: a gendered view of post-World War II reconstruction

We're delighted to announce a new article from Dr Christine Schmidt @ChristineErinWL and Professor Dan Stone @RHUL_HRI: 'Women in child search: a gendered view of post-WWII reconstruction' which explores the body which assisted large numbers of unaccompanied children...

“Bloody Folklore”: New research on Music, Archives and the Holocaust

Performance and Symposium Review By Music and the Holocaust   In September, a special concert and following symposium were held as part of a collaborative event dedicated to new research on music, archives and the Holocaust.   Survivor testimony recorded by...

Holocaust Letters, 22 February 2023 – 16 June 2023

This exhibition, launching on 22 February 2023, will examine Holocaust-era correspondence for evidence of how Jewish persecutees understood what was happening to them as events of the Holocaust unfolded.

Gender and the Holocaust ECR/Postgraduate Workshop

On 16 September 2022, the Holocaust Research Institute and The Wiener Holocaust Library coordinated a one-day postgraduate/ECR workshop on ‘Gender and the Holocaust’. The event was held under the auspices of the Holocaust and Genocide Research Partnership – in line...

Call for Applicants: ‘Mapping Migration and the Challenges of Digital Curation’

Mapping Migration and the Challenges of Digital Curation A One-Day Virtual Symposium and Workshop Monday 20 June 202210:00-17:00 BST, Zoom Hosted by the Holocaust and Genocide Research Partnership To mark 2022’s Refugee Week, The Wiener Holocaust Library’s launch of...

Contextualising the War in Ukraine

Although Russia’s invasion of Ukraine came as a surprise to many, the war (and President Vladimir Putin’s false justifications for it) must be considered against a historical and cultural background that spans many decades. The recent, useful resources below are...

‘Mileage, Mobility, Memory’ Workshop, 17 February 2022

On Thursday 17 February 2022, a closed academic workshop - co-sponsored by the Holocaust and Genocide Research Partnership (HGRP) and the Holocaust Research Institute at Royal Holloway, University of London (HRI) - was held at the National Railway Museum in York....

HGRP: A Look Back at Our First Year

In our first blog post of 2022, HGRP Programme Co-ordinator Dr Imogen Dalziel reflects on the challenges and successes of the past year. The ongoing coronavirus pandemic meant the introduction of the Holocaust and Genocide Research Partnership (HGRP) in January 2021...

Our mission

To re–frame public engagement, education, and heritage practice about the history and memory of the Holocaust and genocide.

Who we are

The Holocaust and Genocide Research Partnership is the UK’s foremost research body into the history of the Holocaust and genocide.

A partnership of

The Wiener Holocaust Library