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Workshop: English Language Sources at The Wiener Library

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Wiener Library Skills Workshops

Our skills workshops are designed to help you get the most out of The Wiener Library’s extensive collections. Over the course of the year, we run introductory sessions to familiarise Readers with different parts of the collections.

To book a place at a workshop please contact the Library registering below. Unless otherwise stated, all of our skills workshops will be held at The Wiener Library, 29 Russell Square, London, WC1B 5DP.

Whether you are a sixth-former, a student or an independent adult learner who wishes to understand more about the Holocaust and other genocides, or about our archives and collections, The Wiener Library is here to help facilitate your learning.

In addition to skills workshops, we also regularly hold panel discussions and debates, lectures, film screenings and temporary exhibitions. For more information on these events please see the What’s On page.


Workshop: English Language Sources at The Wiener Library

With Kat Hubschmann, Head of Collections

In this workshop, aimed at students and researchers, Kat Hubschmann explores the various English language sources contained within the Wiener Library’s extensive collections. For those wishing to conduct research into the history of the Nazi era and the Holocaust, lack of knowledge of German can be a barrier. This workshop will show, however, that there are many English language primary sources in the Library’s collections that can provide information and insight into these topics.

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