rete scolastica europea per la didattica della shoah

european teachers network holocaust studies

Introduction

" A noi, come ad ogni generazione che ci ha preceduto, è stata data una debole forza messianica, su cui il passato ha un diritto "

Walter Benjamin (Seconda tesi di filosofia della storia)

 

" Like every generation that preceded us, we have been endowed with a weak Messianic power, a power to which the past has a claim "

Walter Benjamin

 

About us

 

etnhOs, The "European Teachers Network on Holocaust Studies" (Rete Scolastica Europea per la Didattica della Shoah) is the culmination of a journey that began in 2005 with the establishment of the International Master's Degree in Holocaust Education at Roma Tre. The Master, conceived and directed by Prof. David Meghnagi, was the first of its kind in Europe and the only one in Italy to date etnhos.

The International Master on Holocaust Studies, founded at Roma Tre University in 2005, has been playing an academically appreciated and significant role in developing and renewing the research and the educational work on the Holocaust in the last ten years.

Thanks to the Master, one hundred scholars have been specifically prepared on the subject and some of them are now working as researchers or Phd within several universities. The greatest part of our graduates are teaching in secondary schools and are playing an active role in the commemoration of the Remembrance day and in the organization of trips to the Holocaust sites for secondary students.

From 2005 the Master on Holocaust studies has been a fundamental driver of Holocaust research, training and education both for teachers and students.

More than one thousand teachers have been provided with one hundred hours on-campus and distance training courses.

About the same number of students has been successfully involved in learning courses held in various disciplines related to the Holocaust.

Young students, between 13 and 18 years old, who had only vague and superficial information on the Holocaust at the beginning, had acquired a specific knowledge.

Sometimes this learning and training pathway led to the reconstruction of family histories linked to the tragic events occurred during the Second World War and to the anti-Semitic persecution in Italy.

This activity has been developing a new awareness of the shared values of an engaged citizenship, of respect and responsibility for one another.

Many scholars and professors, from important Italian and foreign institutions, collaborate and participate to the activities of the Master, as a result of academical and research international agreements which are paving the way towards the creation of the International Center for Modern Jewish Civilization and Israel Studies at Roma Tre University.

In order not to disperse and to consolidate the know-how acquired over two decades, graduates have been involved in the training and research activities carried out by the Master's courses, with the aim of creating a community of scholars at national and international level. This experience led to the decision in 2019 to establish a European School Network for Holocaust Education.

 

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Honorary President

David Meghnagi
Prof. Senior Roma Tre University

Chair of the International Master on Holocaust Studies

Academic IHRA

Editor in chief of Trauma and Memory, European Review of Psychoanalysis and Social Science

 

Honorary Committeee

Edith Bruck
Writer

 

Luigi Maccotta
Ambassador

President of the Italian Delegation IHRA

 

Liliana Segre
Member of the Italian Senate

 

Luciano Violante
Former President of the Deputies Chamber of Italy

 

Scientific Commettee

David Meghnagi
President

George Bensoussan
Historian

Editor in chief of Mémorial de la Shoah, Paris

Andrea Bienati
Prof. Istituto Superiore di Scienze Religiose - ISSR, Milano

Co-coordinatore "Gruppo II" - Laboratorio Nexus del Ministero della Giustizia, Milano"

Lucia Ceci
Prof. of contemporary history

Director of The Department of History, Humanities and Society, University of Tor Vergata, Rome

Paula Cowan
Prof. Univ. of The West Scotland

Academic IHRA

Sergio Della Pergola
Prof. emeritus, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Claudia Hassan
Deputy Director of the Roman Center For Jewish Studies (CERSE), University of Tor Vergata, Rome

Belle Jarniewski
Executive Director Jewish Heritage Centre of Western Canada

Steven Katz
Prof. Boston University

Former Director of the Elie Wiesel Centre for the Jewish Studies

Past Chair of the Academic IHRA

Brunello Mantelli
Former Full Professor of Contemporary History and History of International Relations, University of Turin and University of Calabria

Member of Società Italiana dell'area di lingua tedesca

Ricardo Ruiz de la Serna
Associate Researcher a the CEU- Institute of Historical Studies (Madrid)

Academic IHRA

Frediano Sessi
Storico

Prof. University of Brescia

Member of the Scientific Committee Fondation Auschwitz (Bruxelles)

Michael Shafir
Prof. Emeritus Universitatea Babes-Bolyai

Former member of the Accademic IHRA

Mark Weizman
Simon Wiesenthal Centre

Past Chair of the Academic IHRA
 

Bret Werb
Musicologist & Recorded Sound Curator

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
 

Robert Williams
Deputy Director of International Affairs at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Past chair of the Academic IHRA

 

Board

Stefania Zezza
President

PhD candidate

Prof. Liceo Classico Virgilio - Rome

Romana Bogliaccino
Deputy President

Prof. Liceo Classico Visconti, Rome

Andrea Ventura
Deputy President

PhD candidate

Prof. Liceo Classico Linguistico Aristofane, Rome

Sandra Corvi
Secretary

Former prof. Istituto Comprensivo E. Q. Visconti, Rome

Anna Rolli
Assessor of Culture

Former prof. Istituto Professionale Gioberti, Rome

 

Sponsorship

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News

 

07/11/2022 - Cosa vuol dire essere un ebreo

 

24/10/2022 - Dialogo intorno allla definizione dell’IHRA

 

21/03/2022 - Patrimonio liturgico ebraico

 

15/02/2022 - Educare ala Memoria

 

06/02/2022 - Seminario con Edith Bruck

 

27/01/2022 - L’Italia e la Shoah

 

24/12/2021 - Ebrei in Libia: intervista a David Meghnagi

 

20/12/2021 - Premio 2021 del Centro Romano di Studi sull’Ebraismo

 

15/12/2021
- Passato e presente: Freud a Roma

 

09/12/2021 - Alla scoperta di Rachel

 

08/12/2021 - Jewish Heritage Centre of Western Canada

 

29/11/2021 - La fuga degli ebrei dal mondo arabo e islamico

 

30/11/2021 - Colmiamo il vuoto di conoscenza

 

31/10/2021 - Contro i pregiudizi, l’umorismo ebraico

 

03/08/2021 - Ebrei di Libia

 

08/06/2021 - Tripoli 1967, il pogrom

 

01/06/2021 - Un'isola nel mare

 

05/07/2020 - Ogni Uomo è il suo abbraccio

 

16/06/2020 - La Shoah: storia, memoria e testimonianza

 

27/01/2020 - Una rete scolastica europea per lo sviluppo della didattica della Shoah

 

09/01/2020 - Nasce la Rete scolastica europea per la didattica della Shoah

 

Meetings

 

06/02/2022 - I luoghi della Shoah - Terzo ciclo di seminari

27/01/2022 - Seminars on the Holocaust History and Memory

04/03/2021 - I lavoratori italiani nell'economia di guerra tedesca

in Italiano -  auf Deutsch

04/03/2021 - L'Opera di Nathan Ben-Horin

Le relazioni tra Israele e Vaticano 1904-2005

2020-21 - La Shoah: storia, memoria e testimonianza

05/05/2019 - Luoghi comuni, pregiudizio e antisemitismo

05/05/2019 - Ebraismo e Israele nel Cinema

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04/2020 - Genocidio. Conoscere e ricordare per prevenire

 

Books

 

2022 - David Meghnagi: "Analisi dello Shabbàt dal punto di vista filosofico, etico, normativo e culturale"

 

2022 - Alan Davìd Baumann: "La Shoah a colori"

 

2021 - Romana Bogliaccino: "Scuola negata"

 

2021 - Miriam Meghnagi - "Shirat Miriam Album of the year 2021 "

 

2020 - a cura di Giovanna D'Amico, Irene Guerrini, Brunello Mantelli - "Lavorare per il Reich. Fonti archivistiche per lo studio del prelievo di manodopera per la Germania durate la Repubblica Sociale Italiana"

 

2020 - a cura di Brunello Mantelli - "Il reclutamento di manodopera dall'area veneta per l'economia di guerra nazionalsocialista 1943-1945"

 

2019 - a cura di Brunello Mantelli - "Tante braccia per il Reich. Il reclutamento di manodopera nell'Italia occupata 1943-1945 per l'economia di guerra della Germania nazionalsocialista"

 

2014 - Saggio introduttivo di David Meghnagi - Benedetto Musolino  "Gerusalemme ed il popolo ebreo" (Vd. copertina)

 

 

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