Denisa Nešťáková, Ph.D., graduated from the Comenius University in Bratislava, with a degree in General History. Her dissertation was dedicated to Arab-Jewish relations during British Mandate for Palestine through the perspective of the German Temple Society.
Denisa Nešťáková’s current project Privileged to be in Hell. Jewish Women in the Sereď Camp aims to reconstruct the history of Sereď camp, one of ...Read more
Emanuel Marius Grec is a PhD Candidate in history at Heidelberg University, Germany. He is currently working on his dissertation titled “The Perpetrators of the Odessa Massacre: War-Crimes Trials in Postwar Romania (1944-1948)”, under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Tanja Penter. In the thesis, he examines the ways in which perpetrators and war criminals were portrayed in Romanian war crimes ...Read more
Eugenia Mihalcea is a Ph.D. candidate in Holocaust Studies at the University of Haifa, Israel. In her doctoral dissertation (supervised by Prof. Stefan Ihrig), The Holocaust in Transnistria: its (hi)story and post-war memory, she examines how Transnistria was created as the space for the implementation of the Holocaust and how it was (re)created during the post-war period in Romania and ...Read more
Katarzyna Grzybowska is a PhD Candidate at the Faculty of Polish Studies at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, a member of the Research Center for Memory Cultures and the Curatorial Collective. Since 2018 she has participated in the Global Education Outreach Program Doctoral Seminars (2018-2021). Grzybowska received her M.A. in Polish Studies at the Jagiellonian University.
She is conducting a research ...Read more
Nikolaus Hagen received his PhD in history from the University of Innsbruck in 2018.
He has been the recipient of a joint postdoctoral fellowship of the Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies and Yale University’s Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies. Prior he was a European Holocaust Research Infrastructure Fellow at Arolsen Archives and a Fellow of the Jewish Museum Munich. ...Read more
Simon Goldberg’s dissertation investigates the production of knowledge about the Kovno (Kaunas) ghetto in Lithuania. Records created by members of the Jewish council and Jewish police have long dominated scholarly and popular imagination about Kovno. Yet their influential status yielded an unbalanced portrait of Jewish life under German occupation. To shed new light on these foundational texts and reconceptualize the ...Read more