Seminar for Israeli youth: “Jews and Ukrainians – controversial issues of historical memory”

Event date:
September 14, 2017 to September 16, 2017
Event location:
Deborah Hotel, Ben-Yehuda street, 87, Tel Aviv

Featuring lectures and presentations by:

  • Vasyl Rasevych (Ukraine): “Creators of memory: Ukrainians and Jews in historical policy of modern Ukraine” and “How not to offend the people: Modern discussions about historical ethnonyms (names) of Jews and Ukrainians”.
  • Taras Nazaruk (Ukraine): “Return of unnamed: integration of the Jewish heritage into public space of modern Ukraine”.
  • Shimon Briman (Israel): “Holocaust in Zolochiv: models of memory and unconsciousness”.
  • Boris Maftsir (Israel): “Why Stalin and his successors have hidden information on the Holocaust in the USSR?”
  • Nicholas Dreyer (Germany): “The memory of the Holocaust and the Holodomor in a historical discourse of the USSR and modern Ukraine”.
Event date:
September 14 -16, 2017 (begins at 19:30 on Sept. 14)

Event location:
Deborah Hotel, Ben-Yehuda street, 87, Tel Aviv

This seminar is sponsored by the “Israeli Friends of Ukraine” with assistance from the Ukrainian Jewish Encounter.

For more information click here.