The “Workshop on the History and Memory of National Socialist Camps and Killing Sites” has been organized annually by university graduates for university graduates since 1994. Every year, it takes place at a different location related to National Socialist camps and mass extermination sites. The program consists of excursions and presentations given by young graduates on current research topics related to this theme. A collective volume with articles on the lectures is published after each workshop. The aim of the workshop is to give young graduates the chance to discuss their work in a friendly atmosphere, to enable networking of university graduates from different countries and disciplines and to promote research on marginalized topics. The 24th Workshop will take place in Salzburg, Austria. The Call for Papers/Participants is now closed. Applicants will be informed about our decision by the end of the year. You can also find updates on past worskhops and the resulting publications on this website.
23rd Workshop, 2019
The 23rd Workshop “Between Absence and Affirmation” took place in Thessaloniki, Greece from March 16th – 22nd, 2017. The conference report by Janine Fubel and Lovro Kralj can be found here. More information and and pictures on our Facebook page. We would like to thank our sponsors and all participants for a successful and inspiring week!
22nd Workshop, 2017
The 22nd Workshop “Practices of Memory and Knowledge Production” took place in Budapest, Hungary from October 16th – 22nd, 2017. The Workshop report can be found here.
20th Workshop – Publication
The collective volume of the 20th Workshop “Besatzung-Vernichtung-Zwangsarbeit” is now published at Metropol.