W E B I N A R – 7.12.2020


✿ IN MEMORY OF PAUL A. LEVINE

Forward and Don’t Forget:
Writing & Teaching About The Holocaust Today


THE WEBINAR IS organized by: Elena Medvedev, INITIATOR,
The Initiative Paul A. Levine Library.

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THIS MEMORIAL EVENT IS SUPPORTED BY: BESHT YESHIVA DRESDEN E. V; INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF CONTEMPORARY ANTISEMITISM, INDIANA UNIVERSITY; HISTORY DEPARTMENT, BROWN UNIVERSITY; „TKUMA” UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES; MUSEUM “JEWISH MEMORY AND HOLOCAUST IN UKRAINE”, DNIPRO; AFRO-ASIATISCHES INSTITUT GRAZ.

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE – WEBINAR 2020

Forward and Don’t Forget:
Writing & Teaching About The Holocaust Today

IN MEMORY OF PAUL A. LEVINE

December, 7, 2020, 17:00 CET (11 AM EST)
Zoom-based

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE – WEBINAR 2020

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Please plan on joining us online for an especially interesting talk. This will be the first webinar program organized by The Initiative.

Registration is opened

We are looking forward to further talks and substantive discussions of pertinent issues.

Why join us?

In Paul A. Levine Library, Wilmersdorf, Berlin, 2019.

The Student Initiative A. Levine Library promotes science and research by maintaining the highly relevant collection of books and research documents from the estate of Professor Paul A. Levine. The initiative plans various scientific events and research projects, and contributes to the continuation of Levine’s work in awareness, education and combat against Anti-Semitism.

Professor Paul A. Levine, an eminent historian, gifted teacher, author of Raoul Wallenberg in Budapest: Myth, History and Holocaust and co-author of Tell ye Your Children left behind his collection of well over 5.000 academic titles (according to Paul’s statement),, mainly devoted to Jewish history, the Second World War and the Holocaust as well as his own research materials and research notes.

The topics we are interested in are the preservation of Jewish history, culture and religion. Our holding of historical documents about the persecution and murder of European Jews during the Nazi era, make the library i an important collective place as well as a place for research and for remembrance of the Shoah.

The current issues on our agenda are storytelling, management & organizational process, technical support, fundraising, budgets, and advocacy.

The Student Initiative A. Levine Library is looking for means and solutions for achieving our aims, making our ideas real. We are at the very beginning and are looking for partners and interesting collaborations.

Our Target Group: everyone who supports our Idea and is interested in the topics, related to our Library-Initiative. Read more in the About Us section of this website.

Then please keep in touch and stay tuned!

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