Local Studies of Multicultural History in Volyn
On August 10, a lecture by historian Petro Dolganov "Local Studies of Multicultural History in Volyn. Presentation of a case study on the history of the Holocaust in Holoby and Melnytsia" will be held online.
The lecture is devoted to the fate of Jews during the Nazi occupation of two small settlements in Volyn: Holob and Melnytsia. We are also planning to discuss the peculiarities of the social dynamics of the Holocaust, the attitudes of the non-Jewish population of these settlements (Ukrainians, Poles, Czechs, and others) toward the events of the Holocaust.
Petro Dolganov is a historian, PhD, lecturer in political science, whose research interests include the theory and practice of nationalism, the politics of memory, and the history of the Holocaust.
Register for the lecture via the link https://docs.google.com/.../1FAIpQLScAva6i5KP.../viewform... [in Ukrainian]
The lecture is part of the Connecting Memory Project implemented by StiftungDenkmal - FoundationMemorial , the Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies, and the NGO Insha Osvita with the friendly financial support of the German Foreign Office.
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