European Holocaust Research Infrastructure EHRI

ehriThe EHRI project brings together an international consortium of archives, libraries, museums and institutions devoted to remembrance and research.

The EHRI project’s main goal is to support Holocaust research communities with an online portal giving them access to information on Holocaust-related archives and collections in Europe and beyond.

Calls for grant applications will be launched every nine months. They are open to researchers (Ph.D. and post-graduate students, archivists, librarians and documentalists) from all countries working on groundbreaking comparative and transnational Holocaust projects.

Projects proposed by researchers from Eastern Europe have priority.

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Call for Applications: EHRI Methodological Seminar in Trieste

The Nazi Occupation and the Extermination of the European Jews: sources, methods and interpretations.

→ 30 July – 4 August, 2017, University of Trieste, Italy (Department of Humanities)

The Seminar is planned within the framework of the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI) project, supported by the European Commission and organised by the Shoah Memorial of Paris, France, in close cooperation with Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum in Vilnius, Lithuania. The seminar is organized with the kind support of the University of Trieste which will host the event.

The deadline for applications is April 20, 2017 → Submit the application form