The European Holocaust Research Infrastructure in the Czech Republic
Keywords:European Holocaust Research Infrastructure, Archives, Digital Humanities
This report is dedicated to the activities and results of the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure project (EHRI), which are related to the history of Jews from the Bohemian lands and the Holocaust. It illustrates both the strategic goals as well as the challenges of EHRI. The report focusses on four major areas: the EHRI project generally and the EHRI Portal, the Terezín Research Guide, the EHRI digital editions of documents, and the EHRI Document Blog. It demonstrates how the EHRI project strongly supports the Holocaust research community and provides researchers with new opportunities to engage with the wider scholarly community. As a transnational project, EHRI connects archival collections across the borders of states, institutions, and languages.
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