IJS Events Publication
- A Language in Search of Its Author: The Early Modern Beginnings of Modern Hebrew
- BOOK LAUNCH: Sport and British Jewry, 1890-1970
- Simon Wiesenthal Memorial Lecture - Perpetrators, Collaborators, Resisters, Bystanders: The Shoah in Greater Bulgaria, 1943
- We Are Here: Memories of the Lithuanian Holocaust
- Identity through Difference: Rabbinic Judaism and Christian Narrative
- Fighting a Specter in Times of War: Soviet Jewry and the Heroization of Bogdan Khmelnitsky
- Summer Conference 2013
- Summer Lecture
- Marc Michael Epstein Lecture
- Kenneth Sacks Lecture
- Institute of Jewish Studies Summer Concert
- An Extraordinary Archive: Emanuel Ringelblum and the Warsaw Ghetto
- Jewish Identity and Israeli Foreign Policy
- Sephardim, Holocaust and Diasporic Memory: the Jews from the Island of Rhodes
- Rescue during the Holocaust: Sources and Causes
- David to Nehemiah: new fragments from Kenyon’s Jerusalem
- Book Launch: Ruta's Closet
- The Amazing Adventures of a Hebrew Manuscript from Medieval England
- My Father the Good Nazi: Reflections on an Encounter
- First Films of the Holocaust: Soviet Cinema and the Genocide of the Jews, 1938-1946
Our next event:
Wednesday 4 December 2013
including Chanukah candle-lighting
An Extraordinary Archive: Emanuel Ringelblum and the Warsaw Ghetto
Publication date: Sep 26, 2013 3:27:34 PM
Start: Oct 2, 2013 7:00:00 PM
Eleonora Bergman (Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw)
Wednesday October 2nd 7pm,
Lecture theatre 2, Cruciform Building
University College London (across the road from the main gate) Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT
The clandestine Archive of the Warsaw Ghetto (Ringelblum Archive) is one of the most important testimonies to the life and destruction of Polish Jewry during the Second World War. The Archive was founded in 1940 on the initiative of Dr. Emanuel Ringelblum, historian and social activist.
The collected materials were hidden within the Ghetto area firstly in 1942 and then in 1943. Some of the hidden archive was unearthed in 1946 and more materials were discovered by chance in December 1950.
The Ringelblum Archive is housed in the Jewish Historical Institute (ZIH) in Warsaw.
Eleonora Bergman gained her Ph.D. in 1996 from the University of Warsaw for her thesis on synagogues in the Moorish style. She has written extensively on the history and preservation of Polish towns, and has a particular interest in researching and documenting Polish 19th and 20th century synagogues.
From 1991 she has worked at the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw, as researcher, deputy director and director (2007 to 2011). She has been author, co-author and curator of several versions of exhibition on the Ringelblum Archive (in Germany, USA, Spain and France). Since 1998 she has been an advisor on the Auschwitz-Birkenau Site Management Plan. From 2004 she has been involved in preparing the full edition of the Ringelblum Archive and is currently the coordinator of this project.
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