Thursday, November 11 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

Session 2
Quantifying anti-Semitic Persecutions, from the 1930s to the Holocaust

Chair: Aliza Luft, University of California, Los Angeles
Discussant: Aliza Luft, University of California, Los Angeles

1. The Spatial Spread of Antisemitism in Germany before the "Final Solution": Evidence from Children's StoriesRobert Braun, University of California, Berkeley.

2. Linking Migration and Persecution Trajectories: The Case of Lubartów Jews (1920s-1950s)Anton Perdoncin, ERC Lubartworld, EHESS; Claire ZALC, CNRS.

3. Is It Possible to Model Persecution? Contributions and Limitations of Standard and Alternative Quantitative Methods in the Case of the HolocaustPierre MERCKLE, Grenoble University; Claire ZALC, CNRS.

4. Towards a Theory of Altruism: Explaining the Rescue of Jews in Nazi Occupied EuropeMathis Ebbinghaus, University of Oxford.

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