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Home as a place for anti-Jewish persecution in European cities, 1933-1945

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Home as a place for anti-Jewish persecution in European cities, 1933-1945

Home as a place for anti-Jewish persecution in European cities, 1933-1945
Crossing urban social history and history of the Holocaust

Jeudi 11 janvier
American University of Paris, 6 rue du colonel Combes, 75007 Paris

Vendredi 12 janvier
Shoah Memorial (Auditorium), 17 rue Geoffroy l’Asnier, 75004 Paris

Présentation

Comité scientifique : Isabelle Backouche (EHESS-CRH), Sarah Gensburger (CNRS-ISP), Eric Le Bourhis (FMS-ISP), Constance Pâris de Bollardière (American University of Paris), Brian Schiff (American University of Paris)

Co-organized by :
The George and Irina Schaeffer Center for the Study of Genocide, Human Rights and Conflict Prevention, American University of Paris
Le Centre de Recherches Historiques, EHESS-CNRS
L’Institut de Sciences sociales du Politique, Université Paris Nanterre-ENS Paris Saclay-CNRS

The History of the Holocaust has taken a spatial turn, borrowing concepts and tools from geography. However, recent local and spatial studies deal almost exclusively with the killing areas, camps, and ghettos. They pay less attention to the “ordinary” western and southeastern European cities where persecution proceeded in a looser space. Anti-Jewish persecution invaded spaces of everyday life in European cities : public spaces, work places and private spaces such as homes. In this landscape not only Jews and agents of persecution appear but also their immediate residential environment : concierges, neighbors, nannies, landlords, property managers, sub-tenants, local administrations, etc.

This conference intends to bridge various perspectives and methods and focus on urban housing as a place for anti-Jewish persecution. We gather social scientists from various fields to confront various methods investigation and cases, in Reich cities but also in Western and Eastern European occupied cities. Inspired by the organizers’ current research on the Parisian case, the conference will deal with policies of seizure and reallocation of the apartments of the Jews in Paris, but will not be restricted to those questions.

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