(SPECIAL ISSUE) How East Central Europe Changed: The István Deák School of History

„The Journal of Austrian-American History just published an open-access special issue titled “How East Central Europe Changed: The István Deák School of History,” featuring contributions by Eliza Ablovatski, Holly Case, Gábor Egry, Jennifer Foray, Alison Frank Johnson, Benjamin Frommer, Paul Hanebrink, Pieter Judson, Rebekah Klein-Pejšová, Norman Naimark, Cynthia Paces, Dominique Reill, Máté Rigó, Marsha Rozenblit, Nancy Wingfield, and Larry Wolff.“ https://scholarlypublishingcollective.org/psup/austrian-american-history/issue/7/1 Read more

“Girls’ Voices: Jewish Teenage Diarists from Central and Eastern Europe as Witnesses of the Holocaust and Cultural Resisters in Concentration Camps and Ghettos”

U časopisu “Holocaust and Genocide Studies” (Oxford University Press/United States Holocaust Memorial Museum) objavljen je članak Martine Bitunjac i Urszule Markowske-Maniste o dnevnicima židovskih djevočica pisanim u getima i/ili logorima za vrijeme Holokausta na području Srednje i Istočne Europe. Martina Bitunjac/Urszula Markowska-Manista: Girls’ Voices: Jewish Teenage Diarists from Central and Eastern Europe as Witnesses of the Holocaust and Cultural Resisters in Concentration Camps and Ghettos, in: Holocaust and Genocide Studies 1 (2023), pp. Read more
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