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What’s On

Current and upcoming exhibitions

“We are not alone”: Legacies of Eugenics

This temporary mini exhibition contributes to the ongoing public conversation about the role of science in shaping our current attempts to come to terms with several eugenic legacies, from racism to decolonisation.

This Fascist Life: Radical Right Movements in Interwar Europe

The Library's upcoming exhibition focuses on the experiences of rank-and-file members of fascist movements in the interwar period.

Upcoming events

Virtual HGRP Talk: Role-Shifting in Atrocity Crimes: The Case of Rwanda

In this virtual HGRP talk, Dr Erin Jessee explores the potentially problematic delineation between victims/survivors, bystanders, and perpetrators of genocide.

Virtual Book Talk: The Compromise of Return: Elizabeth Anthony in conversation with Jacqueline Vansant

In the first of a new academic book series, Elizabeth Anthony discusses her new book, 'The Compromise of Return' the first such social history to depict how survivors—individually and collectively—navigated post-war Vienna’s political and social setting.

Virtual Book Talk: Violence in Defeat: The Wehrmacht on German Soil 1944-45

As part of our new academic book series, the Library is delighted to host a talk with Dr Bastiaan Willems on his book, Violence in Defeat: The Wehrmacht on German Soil, 1944-45.

Virtual PhD and a Cup of Tea: The Nazis speak for themselves: analysing perpetrator’s narratives in The Nuremberg Trial

This virtual PhD and a Cup of Tea presentation examines the discursive strategies of the Nazi defendants throughout the Nuremberg Trial (1945-1946), the first trial of Europe's denazification process.

Virtual HGRP Book Talk: Empire of Destruction: A History of Nazi Mass Killing

In this virtual HGRP talk, historian Dr Alex Kay discusses his new book 'Empire of Destruction' with Professor Dan Stone.
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