Lecturer Program

Post-doc programme on methodologically innovative Holocaust research

What does history teach us

for the here and now?

What does history teach us

for the here and now?


Mission

The Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program promotes cutting-edge research by scholars on the history and consequences of the Holocaust and on the social and political transmission of Holocaust memory.


Project updates

The politicisation of migration policy in the UK.

The politicisation of migration policy in the UK. By Eliana Hadjisavvas and Sebastian Musch.

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Landecker Lecturer Program: Presenting the second cohort

Presenting the new cohort: we welcome outstanding Landecker Lecturers Agata Pietrasik, Eliana Hadjisavvas, Grzegorz Rossoliński-Liebe, Mykola Makhortykh and Nicholas Courtman.

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Call for Applications: Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program

Call for Applications: We are looking for postdocs in the humanities and social sciences, for a full-time lecturer program set to begin on October 1, 2022.

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Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program: Presenting the inaugural cohort

Presenting the inaugural cohort: we welcome the four outstanding Landecker Lecturers Lorena De Vita, Sebastian Musch, Marija Vulesica and Martin Clemens Winter.

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Lecturer Program

Introducing the Lecturer Program: innovative approaches to Holocaust research in the digital age.

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Explore what we do

Strengthen democracy

Protect minorities

Combat antisemitism

Depolarize debates

Confront the past