"How to talk about the Holocaust after February 24?" We invite you to the working group.
In 2022, we decided to abandon the traditional format of the educational seminar-summer school for Teachers which we had had for almost 10 years. Given the active hostilities, russia's military aggression against our country since 2014, which erupted with renewed vigor on February 24, we feel the need to realize what is happening to all of us now and what consequences this may have for future Holocaust and World War II education. We would like to share this process with the participants of our educational events, colleagues and fellow educators.
On September 15, 2022, as part of the Adult Learners' Week, which is traditionally organized by the Department of Philosophy and Social and Humanitarian Disciplines of Zaporizhzhia Institute of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education, an informal meeting of professionals (MeetUp) was held to discuss the problem of "Teaching social disciplines in the conditions of armed international conflict", in which 78 scientists, methodologists and practicing teachers took part.[More]
We are glad to inform you that UCHS, within the frames of the Memory Network project, will prepare a new edition of memories in our book series "Library of the Holocaust memoirs"! The memoirs of Jack Glotzer from Rohatyn (Ivano-Frankivsk region), who survived the Holocaust, will be published in a bilingual edition (in Ukrainian and English).[More]
How will the priorities of Ukrainians’ historical memory change after the end of russian-Ukrainian war? Is reconsideration of Holodomor, Soviet repressions, World War II, the Holocaust, Revolution of Dignity possible? Which place can the modern war take among the events of recent Ukrainian history?[More]
From August 25 to September 24, 2022 the Sholom-Aleichem Museum is hosting the exhibition of photos by Iurii Tumanov called “Bucha, Irpin, Borodianka – We will never forgive…” It is the result of author’s three trips to the areas, which were occupied from the very beginning of the war. Each picture of the exhibition is experiencing destruction, ruins, grief and pain.[More]
On the eve of the Independence Day of Ukraine, the thematic meetings of “How to talk about the Holocaust after February 24” working group ended. For most of the summer, we have been working together with the group members on the recommendations and the text is almost done. So we will be able to share the results of our work with a wide range of educational colleagues very soon.[More]