A New Series of Publications within Connecting Memory Project
We are opening the new publication series with a historical essay that depicts the story of the Holocaust in two Volhynian settlements – Holoby and Melnytsia. It is aimed at historians, teachers, students, and anyone interested in history of Ukraine, World War II, and Ukraine's ethnic minorities.
The series is a continuation of the research tradition founded by the Protecting Memory project – short and illustrated narrative historical essays with extensive footnote material for further research. All the publications have an English summary and a bilingual section with illustrations. Announced here is the first of nine essays planned.
Ostrozhets: the Life and Death of the Jewish Community / Petro Dolhanov. — Kyiv : Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies, 2023. — 90 p.[More]
On 17-19 November 2023, a seminar was held in Kyiv as part of the project Museums: Rethinking". For three days, participants shared experiences, chose strategies and tools to implement their innovative ideas and looked for possible ways of development. An important part of the seminar was discussions on rethinking work in the context of russia's war against Ukraine and a practical session on trauma-sensitive approaches in the field of exhibitions, events, and school projects.[More]
New publication in cooperation with the Olga Lengyel Institute for Holocaust Studies and Human Rights
Вчимося з минулого — діємо заради майбутнього. Міждисциплінарний підхід до освіти про Голокост, права людини та міжкультурної освіти / Оана Нестіан-Санду ; пер. з англ. Катерина Малишевська. — Київ : Український центр вивчення історії Голокосту, 2023. — 100 с.[More]
Special issue of the Ukraine Moderna magazine. The Holocaust in Ukraine: How the History of Crime is (Not) Written
This autumn, a new issue of Ukraine Moderna was published, devoted to contemporary research on the history of the Holocaust in Ukraine, reflections on conceptual approaches to the topic, current historiographical trends in Holocaust studies in Ukraine, and the current policy of commemorating its victims. In addition to academic articles, this issue presents a forum, a discussion of the topic by well-known Ukrainian and foreign historians.[More]
Holoby and Melnytsia: the Life and Death of the Jewish Communities / Petro Dolhanov. — Kyiv : UkrainianCenter for Holocaust Studies, 2023. — 138 p.[More]