One Biography, Multiple Places: The Life and Work of Shmuel Hugo Bergmann Between Prague and Jerusalem (1883–1975)

The planned event will take place as a two-day conference at the Charles University in Prague from November 3-5, 2021.

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Handbook of Polish, Czech and Slovak Holocaust Fiction – published

The Centre of the Study of the Holocaust and Jewish Literature is proud to present the “Handbook of Polish, Czech, and Slovak Holocaust Fiction,” published on July 21, 2021 by De Gruyter Ouldenbourg. The book contains articles written by 30 contributors from four countries. It was edited by Agata Firlej, Elisa Maria Hiemer, Jiří Holý, and Hana Nichtburgerová. The cover page painting is by Jiří Sozanský. The book is accessible as Open Access https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110671056.

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EAIS 2019

Israel Studies. In September 2019, The Center for the Study of Holocaust co-organized the 8th Annual Israel Studies Conference EAIS in Prague, attended by 160 researchers from all around the world.

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Being Jewish in 21st Century Central Europe Copy

This year, 2020, De Gruyter published “Being Jewish in 21st Century Central Europe” a book edited by Haim Fireberg, Olaf Glöckner and Marcela Menachem Zoufalá.

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