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January 20, 2016

Depuis sa création, la Fondation pour la Mémoire de la Shoah a aidé 145 chercheurs. Elle a distribué 109 bourses doctorales, 24 bourses post-doctorales et 18 aides à la recherche. Une rencontre avec d'anciens boursiers de la FMS s'est tenue le 20 janvier à l'Institut historique allemand de Paris ; l'occasion de dresser un panorama du programme d'aide à la recherche de la Fondation.

Diverging Fates - Travelling Circus People in Europe under National Socialism
2017, January - 2018, December

This two-year project, made up of an international team and coordinated by the Centre for Nordic Studies at the University of Helsinki, examines the histories and divergent fates of circus owners, circus families and performers in Europe under National Socialism.

Babi Yar, 1941
9-11 March 2017, Paris

This symposium is organised by Pantheon-Assas University and Euroforum (European Forum for Ukraine). The papers will focus on understanding the facts of the German occupation (1941-1944)

Monday January 23, 2017 - Paris

The Foundation and the Institut Emilie du Châtelet are willing to promote research on the topics, offering a doctoral and a post-doc stipend to researchers from various disciplines. This study day will present the huge available resources and let issues and callings come up. French will be the language of the meeting.

Next application closing date: April 1st, 2018

La Fondation pour la Mémoire de la Shoah aide la recherche dans les domaines relatifs à la Shoah, ses origines, ses conséquences jusqu’à l’époque actuelle, et à l’étude de l’antisémitisme contemporain. Elle propose des bourses doctorales et post-doctorales ainsi que des aides pour les séjours de recherche.

September 17-18-19, 2016 - Yerevan, Armenia

This international conference is organised by Women in War (Paris) in partnership with the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography and AGBU in Yerevan. It will bring together multidisciplinary scholars, activists and professionals working on different aspects of historical and contemporary genocide.

The Foundation funds research on anti-Semitism and the Holocaust in history and other fields, including literature, sociology, philosophy, art history, political science and law. Research topics can be directly related to the extermination of the Jews of Europe or involve broader themes, such as anti-Semitism, the memory of the Holocaust, connections between the Holocaust and other genocides, etc.

Holocaust Oral History Collection
Available online

The 900 Holocaust audio interviews and transcripts have been archived at the Oral History Division of the Avraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. They include interviews with child survivors of the Holocaust, children of Nazis and observers of Nazi persecution, conducted in the early 1960s. 

May 24-30, 2016 - Aix-en-Provence

The 21st Workshop on History and Memory of National Socialist Camps and Extermination Sites” will take place in May 2016 in Aix-en-Provence (France) with the topic “Between Collaboration and Resistance”.

2016-2017 academic year: closed. Grants: Jewish Women in France During the Second World War and the Post-War Period
Next application closing date: April 1st, 2018

The Foundation for the Memory of the Shoah and the Institut Émilie du Châtelet offer a doctoral and a post-doctoral grant for young researchers working on the history of Jewish women in France during the Second World War and the post-war period (1939-late 1950s).