Book talk: Night without End (7/11)

Professor Jan Grabowski

See the book talk on November 7th at 2-4PM with Professor Jan Grabowski on "Night without End" which recently came out in English. Moderator: Karin Kvist Geverts. Venue: The Auditorium at Statens Historiska Museum, Narvavägen 13-17. Professor Grabowski talked about the book "Night without End. The Fate of Jews in German-occupied Poland" (originally published in Polish as Dalej jest noc) and gave an overview of the results. He talked about what such detailed studies can tell when it comes to reconstructing the daily reality of the genocide and discuss how local perspectives can contribute to historiography and our understanding of the Holocaust. Jan Grabowski is a Professor of History at the University of Ottawa and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Karin Kvist Geverts is an Associate Professor of History and the Director of the IHRS. The book talk was filmed and arranged in co-operation with Jewish Culture in Sweden.

Commemoration: The flight of the Danish Jews in October 1943 (1/10)

Lecturer: Karin Kvist Geverts and Sara Glaser

Manifestation to commemorate the flight of the Danish Jews in 1943, Ocotber 1, 2022. The lectures will be given at Malmö University, Orkanen room D131, address: Nordenskiöldsgatan 10. The lectures will be given in Swedish. At 16:00 ”Räddningen av de danska judarna hösten 1943” by Karin Kvist Geverts (The rescue of the Danish Jews during the fall of 1943) At 17:30 Jag var länge hängande, Sara Glaser (I was for a long time drifting) At 18:00 Manifestation at Malmö inre fyr, Universitetsbron The commemoration is a collaboration between Malmös kämpande historia tillsammans, ABF Malmö, Institutet för studier i Malmös historia at Malmö University, Arbetarrörelsens Arkiv i Skåne and the IHRS. Read more: Photo credit: Malmös kämpande historia

Online: The Prize of Utopia and the Meaning of Ideology 25/1

Johann Chapoutot

Digital seminar with French historian Johann Chapoutot on how ideologies shape societies and historical events. Chapoutot emphasizes the need to understand the mindset of the Nazi perpetrators, how they viewed themselves and their actions, in order to better understand both the historical events and our current society. The seminar was organized by the Living History Forum in connection with Holocaust Remembrance day and was held in English. Introduction by Karin Kvist Geverts, IHRS. Watch the seminar online on this link


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