The University of Southampton
Lifelong Learning

Jewish Spaces - before, during and after the Holocaust Study Day Event

Jewish Spaces
Time:
10:00 - 16:00
Date:
28 January 2018
Venue:
Avenue Campus, University of Southampton, SO17 1BF

For more information regarding this event, please email Lifelong Learning at lifelonglearning@southampton.ac.uk .

Event details

To help mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2018 we will be holding a one-day event on Sunday 28 January 2018 consisting of a series of brief talks by experts from within the Parkes Institute for Jewish/non-Jewish Relations on the exciting topic of ‘Jewish Spaces – before, during and after the Holocaust’ with plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion.

Drawing on the very latest research from the Parkes Institute these talks will cover a diverse range of perspectives on the topic of ‘Jewish Spaces’ relating these pieces of research to the impact the Holocaust has had on these ideas. They will cover ways that particular spaces are claimed or contested and the significance this has for wider perspectives on the field of Jewish/non-Jewish relations. The ‘spaces’ being considered will range near and far across the world and history itself. The day itself will open up exciting new avenues of knowledge and introduce new ways that we can explore the relationship between Jews and non-Jews.

Programme

Time 
09:30 Registration and coffee
10:00 Welcome
10:10 Professor Tony Kushner – Constructing a ‘Jew Murderer’ in a Rural Space
11:10 Refreshment break
11:30 Dr Devorah Baum – Pre-1945 Jewish Migrant Life Writing in the East End
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Dr Jennifer Craig-Norton – Jewish Refugee Domestic Workers in the English Home
14:30 Refreshment break
14:45 Dr James Jordan – Auschwitz TC1: Bringing the Holocaust to Television Centre, May 1964
15:45 Discussion and questions
16:00 Event ends

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